Probably thinking what to write Mike without the risk of being banned and also conscious of young readers for she is around as I have seen her posting on the Glaslyn thread!!
And I am not making fun as like others, I really feel for the online community and especially Scylla who has faithfully reported on the comings and goings of this nest.
I'm not too sure about that Mike, she liked a couple of my posts from this afternoon on this thread.
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Thank you for thinking of me and our other dear stalwarts, KORKY. As you may imagine, I was thrilled to see the "live" nest when I unveiled this afternoon, and I immediately read the early-morning posts and started catchup and was even more thrilled to see that I'd come back up as early as 09:12...
Then it went down again ??? :((( And up and down and "Up Next..." Uh-oh!
Then I realised how many pages there were here, and saw Jess's post :(
SHEILA pulled no punches, but in her customarily lady-like way:
I am baffled by this decision...
That sums it up for me, thank you Sheila! :-*
They are not using treecam either as the cam has been switched off.
I would have appreciated not being left dangling and wondering what to do with now-spare laptop real estate.
Do you think Peter might know what's happening about the treecam?
Overwhelmingly I am relieved that EJ wasn't here to be insulted by the cam this season.
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Birdies LG DU update.
From the blog "just in case a new osprey is jumpy around them", and "So, small steps maybe, but I have to say that even if these measures don't work, it has made us feel a bit better just giving them a go". That sounds to me like clutching at straws, which is not a criticism as I would also try anything on the off-chance it works. Ian
In reply to Carnyx Wild:
Carnyx Wild said:Hi, We are now live from the gantry. As Jess mentioned in the blog it has no microphone and no IR light.
Thank you. Fingers crossed for a visitor or two very soon
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Thank you, Peter! I am duly on the cam and signed out from YouTube/Google !!!
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