In reply to MaryGK:
MaryGK said:It is just as well there is Scrollback Sandra, as we would miss so much on the nests, we cannot be watching 24/7 :-) At least with scrollback we have a window of several hours to see what has been happening.
It is just as well there is Scrollback Sandra, as we would miss so much on the nests, we cannot be watching 24/7 :-) At least with scrollback we have a window of several hours to see what has been happening.
Mary, scrollback on many YouTube sites now seems to be 12 hours. Ian
The scroll back is indeed a bonus
9:41 Laddie in with another fish, Lassie had been shouting for a very long time!
9:55 The LS appears to be frozen
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In reply to Lynette:
Lynette D said:I can't get the cam up - just black and the white circle whirring round
Same here Lynette, cam's been down for a couple of hours now, hopefully the Lowes tech people are working on it
In reply to Sandra :
Camera is back up
Around 15:30 Laddie delivered a fish
Both chicks up for a feed, the one on the left got lots at first...
Then retreated to the middle of the nest. Lassie continued to feed the other
Both fed well and have good sized crops. Lassie settled down to brood
16:58 Lassie had been screeching for a minute or so, really not happy, looked like she was in protection mode for the chicks?...was this Laddie who landed on the nest?
Picked up a morsel of fish
Flew off the nest
Of course it could have been Laddie and Lassie was telling him to get more fish!
19:10 Another fish delivery and feed for the chicks
Didn't realise I'd caught a chick doing a PS!
When the feed had finished, Lassie took a quick break before settling on the chicks
20:09 Laddie's come up trumps again, another fish
Always room for more food!
Lassie had a very good meal too
Good Morning All
This is the fourth morning on the trot I have opened the webcam and Lassie is in the exact same position, "Mumbrella" mode. Looks wet again....
She is shouting so I guess she hasn't had breakfast yet.
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