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Wood Warbler

Phylloscopus sibilatrix

Description:

I was walking on the Hambleton Peninsular in the middle of Rutland Water (A large man made reservoir in Rutland, UK) and I spotted a fledgling. I placed my camera next to it on video mode and then came back ten minutes later to see the adult bird come and go feeding it. My first "sighting" of this species. You can just see the chick to the bottom left of the parent bird.

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2 Comments

I am trying the same method with our Barn Swallows which are nesting in our "paella kitchen". No reason why it shouldn't be possible to extract high quality stills from modern digital cameras, depending on the type you can afford since a digital movie frame contains the same information as a digital still picture if you use the same resolution and extract the raw data.

alicelongmartin
alicelongmartin 9 years ago

I like your story.

DavidBoyce
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DavidBoyce

England, United Kingdom

Spotted on Jul 15, 2010
Submitted on Jun 3, 2011

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