Birdstrike

#1

This is about as close as it gets…

Got some great footage and then…

Their objections were duly noted.

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#2

One of them has a sore wing!

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#3

And i guess the drone has a sore prop !:rofl::rofl:

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#4

:scream:

What was that with, the P4RTK??

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#5

Good lord no…

Just the Mav.

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#6

yeah…just noticed the massive crack.

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#7

Moment(-ish) of contact!

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#8

Looks like blooming oystercatchers again!

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#9

I think they were what was being a pain for me when trying to video the Hythe Pier train using Litchi.

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#10

Same with my close shave

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#11

What we need is a Oystercatcher Catcher … :+1:

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#12

Oystercatcher scarer!

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#13

Wow! I was expecting a puff of feathers! Don’t think they’re oystercatchers in the video, no orange beak! Might be a Sabine’s gull?

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#14

Not dark enough for an Oystercatcher …. if Wikipedia can be believed.

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Perhaps they’re Mavicatchers. :stuck_out_tongue:

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#15

Have to bow to Glenn’s knowledge but have to agree that not an oystercatcher, too much white.

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#16

Yeah, the ones in my pic look more like the Wikipedia pic.

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#17

Don’t do that! I’m a terrible birder, I only do birds you can eat! I’m thinking it’s an oyster catcher again now but I’ve got me books out!!!

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#18

I’m going with oyster catcher! Just can’t see the orange in beak.image

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#19

We’ll have to ask @LarryDeath to face the MP the other way, next time. Fly into them Beak-on. :wink:

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#20

Bloody dangerous for drones whatever they are!!!

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