In reply to scylla:
Lovely video scylla. I can't post anything at the moment. Combo of poor speed of the site and our poor upload speed I think. I just get 'error' message all the time.
Well caught MC. Good to 'see' you here.
Perhaps the squirrels and Cresties think you've captured them enough Korky!!
Birdies LG DU update.
In reply to Korky:
Korky said:I can't post anything at the moment. Combo of poor speed of the site and our poor upload speed I think. I just get 'error' message all the time.
It's OK for me, Korky. Maybe you are on a different server and yours has problems. I wish I understood it all >:( Keep trying! :)))
Tiger's Osprey Info & World Bird Cams
Hi everyone Finding it so difficult to navigate this new site i don't know weather I'm coming or going ??
In reply to Ian S:
Ian S said:Korky, I haven't received any notifications this morning for posts I should have (all my settings are correct),
My notifications seem to be working today. Ian
In reply to Trevor :
Trevor said:Finding it so difficult to navigate this new site i don't know weather I'm coming or going ??
You are not alone, Trevor. Hang in there, we're hoping that some serious re-jigging will be done after the big bird count.
Trevor, I agree with Scylla, please hang in there. Fingers crossed that the tech team makes a few improvements after the big bird count this weekend is over.
I was too late loading the feeder to check the early-morning birdies, so concentrated on the late afternoon - no sign of a Crestie
This was the very last visitor at 16:29hr (tho the timeline was almost impossible to read) - it took a morsel onto the perch behind, spent a couple of minutes pecking at it with its back to us, then flew off with the remainder:
In reply to Gardenbirder:
I am hanging in there also GB, hope things get sorted after the BGW, at least if someone would talk to us and keep us updated!
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
No evening Crestie again - a Great Tit took the "last bird" badge:
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