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3 Mav 3 Enterprise. I flew over a settled flock of birds at the beach , My drone caused them to panick, This is the result.

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THIS IS A SCREEN CAPTURE OF THE VIDEO I WAS TAKING AT THE TIME. I paused the video on this frame, did a screen capture, imported into photoshop, saved it as a jpg, and uploaded it here.View attachment 172938
Nice! I live by the ocean and t here are similar amounts here in Canada. Heres one of my examples and it almost looks photoshopped. Thousands of them and they are loud, proud and very few predators.
 

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Thanks everyone for liking my photo. I thought the colors and contrast really made this photo stand out.
 
That is the last thing you should be doing, disturbing a roosting flock of gulls and terns and causing them to fly off in a panic just for a pretty picture and/or video. Birds need to rest in between feeding and should be left in peace.
 
That is the last thing you should be doing, disturbing a roosting flock of gulls and terns and causing them to fly off in a panic just for a pretty picture and/or video. Birds need to rest in between feeding and should be left in peace.
Exactly what a Karen and Ken said to me after it happened. I DIDN'T DO IT PURPOSELY. I could see me drone in the air from where I was standing, but I couldn't see the birds at ground level, until they took off under the drone. I had my video recorder on and That is what it captured.

P.S. You otta see how often dogs cause those birds to take off in a panic. Drone 1 dogs 20.
 
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