The Birds Of Spain
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An epic video about the birds of Spain, edited into a time-lapse of the beautiful Spanish landscape.

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Raul Tomas Granizo, born (1978) and raised in Spain, is a freelance wildlife filmmaker and nature photographer, always looking for the essence of nature.  "After many hours of hard work, throughout continental Spain, I managed to edit this short film about the birds of my beloved country. Living and working in the richest European country regarding birds, I tried to film some of the Spanish specialities, mainly for non-Spanish birders. With so many different habitats and species, I had to move, driving to special locations sometimes separated more than 1000 km. The good thing was that after so many years birdwatching and working with birds, I really knew pretty well where to look..."
Locations: - Riglos and Valle de Tena (Pyrenees, Huesca) - Bardenas Reales (Navarra) - Montes de Toledo and And??jar (Ja??n) - Albufera de Valencia and D??nia - Tablas de Daimiel (Ciudad Real) and Do??ana (Huelva) - Coast of Murcia and Almeria.   Species 
Camera: Canon HD SLR with 400 5.6 lens (sometimes plus 1.4x and 2x III Teleconverter)  Music: "Home, Pt. II" by Armand Amar
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