'We're all cool with this now'
I've been offline quite a bit because of having to rescue this laptop from a self-made catastrophe :o So I've skipped past most of the Alabama bird feeders that have built up.
Ground Cam - Loadsa Spadgers but most of them extremely well camouflaged - not least by the "nature" of the cam - but this was early morning light:
A shortie - Deer in daylight- very early again:
Then, I think, an injured Stag - with 2 young bucks sparring behind:
And then - would you believe it?! That cat has followed me from Ohio to Alabama *eek* - I've tried improving the picture but can't, it's grainy in spades!
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I put into Google "bird same shape as mockingbird with light brown (cos "tan" US is not the same as UK) back and streaked breast", and up it came right away:
Brown Thrasher - triumph!
In reply to Korky:
I've stopped downloading the upper bird feeders.
Some deer heads:
Must be doe and fawn:
This youngster was approaching but got spooked - supple!
Actually there were 4 later:
These were 3 of the 4:
A squirrel jumped onto the cam and tipped it downwards - Ken Little soon came out and fixed it (not shown, this is only 13s).
A message about the Caerlaverock cameras (posted on Monday 10 Feb). "Morning all, storm Ciara took out our internet connection on Saturday night. The engineers are working on it when conditions allow but until then I'm afraid that we will not be able to show live images from our swan and badger cams. Normal service will resume asap". Ian
Thank you for the bad news, IAN :)
A Raven (I hope !!! Cirrusssss ??? !!! ) on a branch of the Sydney White-bellied Sea Eagles' tree - I have very nearly synced the sound:
Found this on YouTube - not at all European-sounding!
The a Noisy Miner put in a distant appearance, shame no zoomer on duty at that time:
Alabama ground feeder
I haven't seen any stag since the injured one.
Tending hind leg:
Follow my leader:
Baby buck and pre-teen buck :)
I think there was a Southern Boobook owl on the WB Sea Eagles' nest - but I'm far from familiar with any Aussie owls.
The nest cam has been down, I only just noticed.
Cosy with dad
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