In reply to Moffer:
Hi Moffer!. Great to see you back here with us. Good to see the Crestie's were waiting for you.
Birdies LG DU update.
This chap has certainly had his share of the peanuts
(c) RSPB Loch Garten
I am bouncing from pillar to post, from one half-finished task to another, and stumbled upon a sweet Crestie sequence in the middle of a 1979 RSPB osprey movie I was skipping thru with huge strides.
I hope this link will take you to the point (just under 20 minutes in) where the Cresties appear:
Tiger's Osprey Info & World Bird Cams
In reply to scylla:
scylla said:stumbled upon a sweet Crestie sequence
Wow! Super-sleuth scylla. That is fantastic....and I'm about to watch the whole thing. So nice to see/hear ospreys again, thank you!
I'm not ignoring you, MOFFER - I've been dying for you to test out the new system and wondering however you/we can continue posting as we did before, without having nervous breakdowns, tantrums, alopecia...
In reply to Korky:
Korky said:The countdown clocks remind us it's 76 days to EJ's return. Everything crossed.
There's no holding you back now, Korky :-* I was thinking about our clocks appearing for the New Year.
(I hate that we can't edit out any of a quote that's superfluous.)
scylla said:(I hate that we can't edit
MC. I just did an experiment and only highlighted the bit I wanted?
In reply to Mike:
Mike said:and only highlighted the
I agree Mike!!
scylla that old movie was great to watch. A good trip down osprey-memory lane, some fascinating facts if I knew, I'd forgotten and, at 13 or so minutes in, the closest I've ever got to an osprey's bottom. Back in 1979 they didn't have half the camera techniques and wizardries of nowadays but it was a great film nonetheless
Cracking Scylla, I am going to watch the video some time, not now, had a really busy day and going to have a cuppa and bed.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Korky said:The countdown clocks
Yes, as discussed MIKE, I had to start in the space at the end of the link and work backwards to highlight only the link :)
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