In reply to Korky:
Still empty at the moment.
What we need is some vigorous mating on the cam post to ease the cam down a little
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Well I am heading for a seat in the garden seeing as the weather is so nice.
Good Luck everyone, I hope the pair arrive this afternoon for you!
EJ's Photo Thread Balgavies Loch Ospreys 2020
In reply to MaryGK:
No activity seen so far as much as I've been able to check today.
I did find this response (on the chat under the live stream), posted within the past 24 hours, from FaLS to a question regarding the cam position and if it could be panned down to show more of the nest.
'Forestry and Land ScotlandHi Colin, Thanks for getting in touch. Our camera software is currently being upgraded, so we are unable to remotely control the camera at present. However, regrettably, our wildlife rangers no longer expect the birds to return to this spot this year. Usually, the birds would build the nest up, giving the current camera position the perfect view of the breeding pair and their chicks. Unfortunately, this hasn't happened this year. We have our fingers crossed for 2021.'
In reply to Sandra :
Thanks for finding that reply from FaLS Sandra. Think they would need to build the nest up an AWFUL lot to get to camera height.
This was the first screenshot of the season that Karen posted on March 8th.
Just shows how drastically the webcam has moved.
This morning's view
Korky said:The nest is disappearing again!
Morning Korky, Yep!
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