(I can't find any Chat thread since December, I will delete this if I've erred.)
Some wonderful Osprey photos taken by a blogger on Long Island Beach:
Helen G gave a link to some skydancing photos, and then exploring a few more pages revealed some gems I'm sure we will all enjoy, especially this one:
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Good news from Threave .... still to confirm but looks like Black 80 is safely back
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Look, I've no idea where to put this post but since it concerns all Osprey threads EXCEPT LG it's most probably better off here. I'm looking at the number of pages below LoTLs thread or Manton Bay thread (etc) and since I work, unless i write down the page number of the thread I'm following I've no idea where to 'start' reading. Now, when the nests are active with chicks and so on , well, OMG !!!!!! Could someone come up with a simpler idea of posting on these threads. Just the 'main' nests I mean. One idea: would anyone else like a DAILY thread for the main nests ???????/ I know , but ......... could someone come up with a better idea please ? :(
Birdie's DU Summaries 2018
In reply to Cirrus:
Cirrus said:Well, yes, OK . Thank you Ian. I have 102 so far, some of 'em four months old but I'll persevere. Thank you for your response.
Cirrus, if there are notifications for posts that you don't want to read, like the ones that are four months old, you can mark them "as read". Ian
Cirrus. We do a lot better than that. For the last 6 years we have had an Osprey News Bulletin. It gives a summary of what happens each day.
See Osprey News Bulletin for March 2019
There is an index right back to 2013
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Not really Osprey chat at all, but folk on the LG forum might be interested in following this up to better the Community, of which we are a part.
In reply to Tiger:
Hazel b said:
Thank you Tiger. How could I have forgotten! Although, I didn't realize the Bulletin goes back to 2013.
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