In reply to patily:
I keep having laptop seizing-up problems since that last Windows Update :( Windows Explorer, Task Manager, picture software all not responsing, icons disappear from taskbar... have to reboot to recover
Hence I'm late saying:
Here you go, PATILY, but the arrival was very blurry and I can't get a really good snap of the (half) fish:
She flew off with it:
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In reply to scylla:
Good morning, BIRDIE - glad to see that your tech is fine today :)
Birdie Num Num said:
I can't find a fish delivery. Only because I couldn't find the delivery, I believe the osprey eating the fish in the tree is Aran.
Whilst I'm relieved you can't find the delivery, I'm sorry our opinions differ. Glaslyn peeps will have to pronounce judgement for us.
The judgement has been delivered to me by email.
"It was KA0 on the tall pine and Aran eating on the dead oak tree. KA0 flew off towards the Moelwyn mountains and for a couple of hours we thought she may have gone. Aran remained on the dead oak for quite some time. It was Gail on the cameras once again.
Hope that resolves the divergence of opinion."
Birdies LG DU update.
This evening's fb update
In reply to Mike:
Mike B said:Hope that resolves the divergence of opinion
I did come round later in the day, MIKE ;)
Just checked for live stream and got this, aww :-*
Fingers crossed that he IS around Thank MIKE
Good morning Scylla, Mike, Sandra, patily and all,
OH, no live streaming . I hope the IT man sorts it soon.
Here are the dates and approximate times KA4 and Mrs G were last seen "on the webcam". These are based on my recordings. I have not seen official times mentioned in the Glaslyn Facebook page.
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