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    Default how a hawk with a large wing span can fly through the forest

    This is 2 ? minutes but worth every second.

    Ever wonder how a hawk with a large wing span can fly through the forest without hitting the trees?
    This video shows how that's done.

    http://www.youtube.com/embed/2CFckjfP-1E


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    That's amazing.

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    Very cool!

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    Wow. Just wow.
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    Yes, neat. I was kind of looking at the hawks feathers......................bad thought

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    Quote Originally Posted by sagefisher View Post
    Yes, neat. I was kind of looking at the hawks feathers......................bad thought
    Larry ---sagefisher---
    Yeah, I know all those soft hackle grzzly on its chest.

    Since you liked those, you will love this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=HYGz32iv1vw
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    Uncle Jesse,
    Have you got a video featuring Swamp Witches on Brooms?


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    That is still under development. It requires IR & UV high speed camera, which are pushing the budget. Maybe you can make a contribution.
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    What kind of contribution are you looking for? I know where you can find a Swamp Witch of the first water...


    Ed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed_D View Post
    What kind of contribution are you looking for? I know where you can find a Swamp Witch of the first water... Ed
    Ed, you know quality film making equipment is very expensive. So, knowing how important it would be to film an actual Swamp Witch in action, I was going to try to raise money to produce a film. I call the IRS about forming one of the 501C3P0 organizations. They transferred me to the Cincinnati office; the lady had a northern accent and was hard for me to understand. She wanted to know if i was going to have a party and serve iced tea. I told her, that I wasn’t planning to have a party and could she send me an email to explain. She said their email system was down. SO, the entire project is currently on hold.
    It's easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled. Mark Twain

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