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Another Video clip.


mickfreakley

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That is a nice little film Mick, and a lovely picture of Ranworth Church. Strumpshaw Fen is a favourite place of mine and when I was there last year a really nice lady,  interested in her subject, was giving us a background view of what was going on from the main hide, (where you shot some of your film from, I think). When I was there last year there was a heron that had swallowed a pike so big it couldn't take off, a kingsfisher with a fish in its beak, one half of a pair. From another hide we briefly saw a water rail pop out from the undergrowth, they are quite rare apparently.  I also liked the film of the bird in flight, always fascinated me the way they work their wings. :)

 

Keith

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Just reading over my earlier post, thank you for liking the post by the way Grace, I meant to mention that the heron kills the pike by drowning it, I for one never knew that you could drown a pike.  I also notice I have created a medieval position in the king's chambers, a king's fisher, I meant kingfisher of course you silly boy. :shocked

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