Tuesday, 16 March 2010

Some Grebes and a Short Film

Below are some photographs of a pair of nesting Great Crested Grebes on a local pond. I was using my beanbag and left the tripod in the car. Result? All pics were hand held at 400mm - Yikes!
Lucky to come away with a few keepers!

This bird is the reason we have the RSPB today. The RSPB was formed in the 19th century to protect the Great Crested Grebe as it was hunted to near extinction, for its head feathers!

And this is a new "Spring" video. Filmed for around an hour a day over three days in March and then edited down to 4 mins.


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