What with one thing and another, this is a very difficult task - too difficult tonight, so here's the new thread and that's that!
Tiger's Osprey Info & World Bird Cams
Unable to post for a couple of hours due to site seizure again.
I shan't be around much for quite a while, am suffrin :(
I haven't seen what they were looking for yet, will have another check:
I don't think they found what they were looking for, but this, which occurred a minute or two before, is what prompted them. (It's my crop, not a cam zoom, therefore it's very low res.)
It may have been a squirrel chasing a mousy critter (or two?) and I wonder if it caught it, as squirrels don't usually have black noses :-/
Second Umpteenth try:
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In reply to scylla:
I think this deserves another acronym, namely SS for site seizure, since it is such a regular occurrence!
scylla said:due to site seizure again.
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We had a white flyby @ 14:31 - no apparent wing-flaps, it "shot", slowly and steadily, right-to-left across the screen:
Another hopeless effort here ;)
"See all the osprey heads on/around the nest after nightcam". One does wonder, sometimes :-/
A couple of whoopsies overnight, which I didn't notice because the screen wasn't on display.
It auto-recovered from this one and the backup download continued without a blink that I could see:
Then this, at which time the download ended itself:
Managed to get nightcam back via re-establishing the "permanent" link.
EDIT Subsequently found a notification email re new link:
(EDIT - I haven't seen an email about this drop-out.)
A couple of re-links to the "permanent" link has brought back what I hope is the current view:
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