Tiger's Osprey Info & World Bird Cams
Just catching up on some excellent updates and snaps on various threads. Lovely to see the cresties BNN and scylla, and delighted to see Lenspider's cousin. And fascinating to have some ID on the osps from yesterday, thank you Valerie, Alison, Sheila and Alan.
Shadow time - a nice bright evening:
Willow Warbler? It was there for 35 seconds. You could see the breeze/wind lifting its back feathers:
We had a flying fish @ 23:30, it fluttered around/among the seed-heads for a few seconds:
Apart from the new spider (tiny as yet) no-one seen overnight.
This little guy was just here - it hopped about behind the grasses so these were the only decent views:
There was a new link a little while ago. Just now I thought it was looking rather fuzzy so I checked the YT setting and it was playing at 144p. Yes, 144p !!!
YT will reduce it back down when the quality of the cam output drops.
Oh heck, now look what's happened :(
OK, got the nest back.
In reply to scylla:
Thank you ALISON-via-SHEILA for the lovely photos of our visitor yesterday
What's happened to our campost? It's not flat-topped any more - am I misremembering it, or have I missed an accident it suffered?
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