1. NEAR SHELLY BEACH JULY 2015

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    720p 2 minute 14 second video of the walking track at Kilcunda, Victoria, Australia. I noticed a group of Fairy Wrens when out for a health walk and went back the next day with a hand held camcorder. There was only one bird but I managed to get up close to film it. Used the Ken Burns effect to increase the size of the image for video snapshots and a little bit of Photoshop to blur the background. Poor camera settings forced me to render the video in Black and White. Trevor Allan, Kilcunda. BIRD, FAIRY WREN

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    • Flying with Birds in Contadora

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      • MORNING BIRDS ACT 1

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        Directed by: Drew Brown , Jessica Page , Martika Green , Jonathan Cherry Audio Engineering & Music Remixed by : Ammaad Santiago Starring : Tyra Wooten Editor : Drew Brown Morning Birds Act 1 Music : https://m.soundcloud.com/ammaadsantiago/morning-birds-part-1-the-weeknd-remix-prod-by-ammaad-santiago

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        • Pool Party at Mile Square Regional Park

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          Birds flocked to a puddle in a mostly dry drainage ditch to get a drink and a bath.

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          • Swift Series_Urban Frame Summer 2015

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            Video Series made by the student's at Urban Frame. Check out urbanframe.org The Studio URBANFRAME, based at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, brings together both local and global design perspectives to foster a culturally diverse environment in which teenagers are encouraged to express their creative ideas; bringing innovative architecture to urban communities. The Summer 2015 studio, titled Public to the Third Power, will explore the transformation of an under­valued space. We strive to create a catalyst for productive environmental growth in the margins of urban development. The Chimney Swift Chimney Swifts (Chaetura pelagica) are undergoing sharp regional declines which are likely a result of habitat loss. Before European settlers, Chimney Swifts roosted and nested in hollow, dead trees. Their habitat requirements are simple: a deep, dark, cylindrical space with textured sides and an opening at the top. As natural habitat became scarce, Chimney Swifts took to man-made chimneys. Capping of traditional masonry chimneys and construction of newer, sleeker structures with steel siding rather than brick led to unusable and sometimes even harmful habitat for Chimney Swifts. As the only swift found on the east coast of North America, the Chimney Swift is an important species to conserve. The key to increasing population levels lies in raising awareness of this species and creating artificial habitat to help them flourish. The space beside the railroad corridor presents a unique opportunity to achieve both of these goals. Length / Wingspan: 5 inches / 12 inches Average Weight: 22.8 grams Clutch size: 2 - 7 eggs Incubation: 18 - 21 days Diet: feed in flight; eat up to 1/3 of their weight in insects daily (mosquitoes, flies, winged ants, aphids, termites, stoneflies etc.) Roosting: Late May – Early September Nesting: May – August Range: Migratory; North America (Nova Scotia - Florida - Texas - Saskatchewan) to South America (Peru - Chile - Brazil) The Design Backs of building, edges of transit and post industrial vacancies are just a few of the many forgotten, gritty spaces within a city. Transforming these underused spaces of cities into restorative habitats for declining species populations offers immense potential. Ecology and art blend. The bird tower stands as sculpture for the passer-by to experience, while functioning internally as a nest. The birds migrate as a means of survival, while the murmuration pattern now becomes a performance set on a sculptural stage. A basic transit experience is instantly transformed into an eco-exhibition. Our swift series is just one moment. These objects change the back of house into a location for restoration and an eye-catching experience. This method can occur globally, turning countless uncared for spaces into sites of rich habitat driven development.

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            • July Cygnets

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              July scenes from the western part of the lake, cygnets out on the lake with mother swan, moving near and among the dense water plants eventually approaching land. At first also a short glimpse of a ruddy shelduck and probably a moorhen chick passing by a barnacle goose. Music from jamendo: “La source” from album “Le bal des cygnes” by jean-pierre.saussac. July 23 2015 at the lake Østensjøvannet nature reserve in Oslo. FDR-AX100 E. ostensjovannet.no/besok/english-webcopy.pdf http://ostensjovannet.no.

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              • Flying with Birds in Contadora

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                Flying with pelicans in Panama.

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                • Moss Lime — Ice Cream Sandwiches

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                  "Ice Cream Sandwiches" by Moss Lime from July First EP, released on cassette November 2014 via Fixture Records https://fixturerecords.bandcamp.com/album/july-first Video by Charlotte Bonamour, Hélène Barbier, and Caitlin Pinder-Doede. Edited by Charlotte Bonamour. Recorded, mixed and mastered by Peter Woodford at The Bottle Garden http://www.freelovefenner.com/studio/

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                  • Peno and Marí - Our Big Idea for Our Big Day

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                    Hello to all our friends and family from Peno and Mari! As you know, we are Getting Married! You will also know that we always like to do things in the most creative and fun ways. Please check and support our Honeymoon Funder With A Difference! www.igg.me/at/marpen

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