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File:Canada Geese with Gosling - Mother & Father Goose with baby - Canon FS200.webm

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Filmed in Herschel Park in Berkshire, mother and father goose with their baby gosling. See them eating, swimming and sticking together as a family.

Herschel Park is a Victorian park in Berkshire near Eton. Formerly called Upton Park, it was re-named in 1949 after the astronomer William Herschel who is buried at St Laurence church which can be seen from the nature reserve at Herschel Park.

NOTE: This is filmed on the Canon FS200 but is rendered at a bitrate of 1.25 Mbps and this degrades the video quality. The last three stills were taken on a Fujifilm JX530 an excellent compact camera, but the low bitrate has meant they have not been rendered into video.

Video edited in Linux Ubuntu with OpenShot. Voice-over recorded with Gnome Sound Recorder.



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