In reply to Valerie:
Valerie D said:Some photos from Carnyx of the Clywedog set up
Wow it does look cosy!
For a few minutes I recorded some (oops I've forgotten already) on my new recording laptop, which is almost killing me to set up as a proper PC without all the crud.
See how the dang sharing icons intrude if one makes the cam small enough to fit another one beside it on the screen >:(
Even more galling is that I missed a brilliantly clear fly march across the lens, I wasn't quite ready :'(
That's enough for today, zzzz... but there's a video to do for LOTL...
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KC the female has arrived back to Threave this morning.....
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Fabulous to see another one back safe and sound.
EJ's Photo Thread Balgavies Loch Ospreys 2020
There is an Osprey on the Tweed Valley Nest.
Wish it would turn around to see if a White Leg Ring.....
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Me too Starling, it is always a great feeling when an older bird returns each year, very special!
Foulshaw Moss (I'll leave these here but have copied them to the new thread - thanks, Sandra!)
Unfortunately the cam had switched off while I was absent, so just caught the fly-off:
I wonder whether anyone can improve this?
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