Für das Magazin "Servus Krone" hat Johanna Aichinger einen gelungenen Beitrag über die Vogelberingungsstation der St. Martins Therme & Lodge gestaltet.
Two short scenes of raw material from a Common Kestrel (Falco tinnunculus) nest. First you see the first hatched chick out of a clutch of four getting its first meal inbetween the other eggs. Later two of the siblings being fed, about one week later. Switch on sound! Filmed by Mario Kreuzer.
I started working on a film project with Mario Kreuzer. Looking forward to an intense time! We just put a clip
of raw footage online.
It shows a male Common Kestrel (Falco tinnunculus) keeping a live Blue Tit (Cyanistes caeruleus) as a "wedding gift" for its partner.
September 2015 sees the release of the new Swarovski Optik EL family of binoculars - the best binoculars out there, Austrian-made, now even further improved!
I had the honor to act in a short film, promoting the passion for birdwatching and the new products. We filmed in April and June 2015 in Seewinkel, Austria, as well as Varanger, arctic Norway.
Thanks to Swarovski Optik and Mario Kreuzer for the great collaboration!
In Norway, although we were very busy filming, I could take some photos of the amazing bird life of this outstanding birding destination - you'll find a selection below. Sometimes it was really hard to concentrate on the acting, when Arctic Redpolls where hopping on the ground around me, or when Stellers Eiders were swimming right behind the camerman.. While shooting in Varanger, I could watch an amazing total of six bird species I had not seen before in my life.