In reply to scylla:
scylla said:I think I've seen the egg but it's a glary blur :(
No, that was probably her white undercarriage.
From 20:42 she was in labour, then when we might have seen something when she turned there was a buffer. Shall definitely not be wasting anyone's time with a video, you'll be relieved to hear ;)
Tiger's Osprey Info & World Bird Cams
I'm back as cannot rest LOL
I was recording and I think I may have captured when she laid it.
Video was recorded at 20:49. She is low in the nest until 2.55 minutes into video and I suspect when it could have been laid
What do you all think?
In reply to Karen:
Around 2.10 and 2.23 she appeared to do a couple of bobs but yes, at 2.55 into your vid, it looks like had been laid, Karen Well captured :)
Thanks Sandra but still to see it LOL Scylla - no, not at all much better for I only record one nest and I am sitting watching unlike you so I can deal with freezes.
Scylla - Question. The time on my video file reference is 20:49 - is this the start time or end time of the video. I have never thought about this and just wondering. And now I really am away - see you tomorrow
Karen W said:The time on my video file reference is 20:49 - is this the start time or end time of the video.
Depends what columns you have in Windows Explorer. Date should give you the start tiem, and Date Modified the end.
The underlined example is one of my one-hour clips.
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In reply to Lynette:
Still awaiting official confirmation from LRWT, Lynette, perhaps in the morning?
I haven't checked for overnight activities yet but this is such a nice scene,IMHO:
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