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    bird-of-paradise ... wow

    Some good looking equipment, but the birds are stunning.

    http://www.youtube.com/embed/REP4S0uqEOc

    Last edited by WhoDo; 13-06-2013 at 8:57pm. Reason: Fixed video link to embed

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    Wow amazing.. Thanks for sharing Mark I really enjoyed this..
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    I had seen this before, but thank you again for reminding me to see it again as they are amazing birds and those guys have some amazing equipment to record it all.

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    Wonderful!!! Thanks for sharing!!
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    yup , just .... wow
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    I take my hat of to these guys as I have just come back from walking the kokoda track and seen only one over the eight days on the track but could here them constantly the conditions up there are treacherous.
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    Yep, I posted it ages ago, but always worth a second, third, fourth look. Simply stunning
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    Yep agree with everyone else, simply stunning and thanks for posting
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    Stunning work, and birds. Never tire of watching anything about them. Thanks.
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