In reply to patily:
Oh dang !!! Due to a mystery malfunction with Bandicam screen-capturer, I've got a crucial hour missing from the dawn nest !!!
The Cormorant spent the night peacefully and eventually settled on the left edge. About 15 (???) minutes ago an EG landed and stood on the right side - no activity from either, then eventually the Cormorant flapped 'n flapped, then approached the goose flapping and the goose (having been flapping too) flew off.
Because I'm working on something else, I'm seeing all that from the corner of my eye, blithely looking forward to playing it back and doing a vid so not bothering to catch every detail - and then it wasn't there !!! No recording since 5 past midnight !!!
I've worked it out. Probably I double-tapped the record hotkey to stop/restart at an interesting point, but the second tap didn't register (too light-fingered, me) so it stayed off until I did some more tapping after the hostile birds had left.
And no rollback on MB, of course :'(
EG just landed again.
Nothing can console me ;)
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In reply to scylla:
7:13 OSPREY! A brief landing on the nest before flyaway
In reply to Sandra :
Great Sandra and think this tail Doh!! Hope Scylla can see ringin your scap
In reply to SunnyKate2:
Lol Kate :) Yes, I hope Scylla can read the ring, it's a bit blurry when I enlarge my scap but think I can see a 3 as the first number? Probably wishful thinking!
In reply to Karen:
Back on the nest
Here is a short video
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