From 2008 to 2011, I carried a Casio EX-FH20 Camera. I volunteer often at Brazos Bend State park, which covers 5000 acres and has 7 lakes. It hosts over 300 species of birds and many other animals, all of which live there freely. Along with tremendous optical zoom, the Casio camera can also shoot video at 210, 420, and 1000 fps, and save it for playback at 30 frames per second--resulting in slow-motion video. This film is a compilation of some of my better video clips of birds taken during that time, mostly featuring video shot at that 210 fps (although the hummingbirds were filmed at 420 fps). I like to document animal behavior, and I find the slow perspective fascinating. Some of the segments may seem long, but compare the crawfish hunting of the Grackles with the Night Herons, and it may seem clearer. And, I like Anhingas. I actually have more clips, but had to limit the length of the film.
I have scored the film with music which I have licensed from Shockwave Sound dot com. The various pieces are composed by Bjorne Lynne and Dan Phillipson. Song titles are given at the end of the film.
I hope you enjoy the film.