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A Wildfowl Walkabout - at Slimbridge

By: Tony Richardson(Narrator), Dave Paynter(Narrator), Ken Jackson(Narrator)
runtime: 59 min
Manufacturer: Sounds Natural
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An exploration to hear and hear about some of the wildfowl and other birds – in the wild and in the collection – which can be seen and heard on a tour of the Wildfowl walkabout at the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust at Slimbridge.

The following birds feature in detail on the tour, as well as glimpses in sound of many other species which occupy the numerous pens and other areas included in the Wildfowl Walkabout: Eider duck, Greylag, Red-breasted geese, Andean and James‘ Flamingos, Ne-ne geese, Lesser White-fronted geese, Whistling swans, Trumpeter swans, American wigeon, Canvasback, Chilean flamingos, Teal, Rook, European wigeon, Kingfishers, White-faced Whistling duck, Greater and Lesser flamingos, Black swans, Magpie geese, Coreopsis geese, Ruddy duck, White-headed duck, Bamacle geese, European wigeon, Gadwall, Greenland White-fronted geese, Bar-headed geese, Ruddy shelduck, Mandarin duck, Brent geese, White-fronted geese, Peregrine, and Bewick swans.

Most of these birds can be seen, and heard, at the other Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust Centres throughout the U.K., as well as by visiting the Trust's headquarters at Slimbridge.

Contents

1. Introduction - Sir Peter Scott, history of Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust
2. Causeway
3. South Lake Hide, Andean and James‘ Flamingos
4. Ne-ne geese
5. Tundra Pen
6. North American Pen
7. South American Pen - Chilean Flamingoes
8. Barclay Hide
9. Woodland area - Rooks
10. Zeiss Hide
11. South Finger - Reed bed, Kingfishers
12. Tropical House
13. African Pen - White-faced Whistling duck, Greater & Lesser Flamingos
14. Australian Pen - Black swans, Magpie geese, Cape Barren geese
15. White-headed/Ruddy ducks story
16. European pen - Barnacle geese, Wigeon, Gadwall, Greenland White-fronted geese
17. Asian pen - Bar-headed geese, Ruddy Shelduck, Mandarin duck, (Brent geese)
18. Marsh Garden
19. Decoy Hide
20. Holden Tower - White-fronted geese, Peregrine
21. Peng Observatory - Bewick swan
22. Close - Adopt-a-duck, joining the Trust, wildtrack of Swan Lake

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By: Tony Richardson(Narrator), Dave Paynter(Narrator), Ken Jackson(Narrator)
runtime: 59 min
Manufacturer: Sounds Natural
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