Are these two copying Rutland?
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Birdies LG DU update.
In reply to MaryGK:
MaryGK said:have been trying all different browsers but for me it is still dead slow and stop. (Sigh)
(((Mary))) ... I got my early posts in just in time before the big seize-up, and have only just managed to get in again - but I did take your earlier advice and give up for the sake of my sanity ;)
IAN - I think I must have deleted the possible deer, it might have been among the 15-second clips I mentioned.
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A couple of Louis's deliveries:
Aila bringing in moss clumps (thank you, IAN ;) )
And the Rutland copycats ~ he was sat there for "quite a while"
Scylla, I'm being Mr Picky (again) but I think the first pictutre is of Aila bringing in the moss. Ian
15.30, the rain is so heavy it is visible as white streaks. It could be hail stones judging by the noise on the camera. Ian
In reply to Ian S:
Ian S said:Scylla, I'm being Mr Picky (again) but I think the first pictutre is of Aila bringing in the moss. Ian
Thank you for the correction, IAN
My sound is stuttering, otherwise I'd have done a video of the rain - a snap doesn't cut it :(
Maybe the number of watchers has been boosted by BBC Radio 5 coverage, this was posted this morning to WT chat by the Woodland Trust. Ian Thanks to our Loch Arkaig Pine Forest Project Development Manager Jessica for this morning's early chat with Radio 5 Live Breakfast. Wonderful to hear the team get so excited about the birds, the camera, the forest and a fish! twitter.com/.../1256116379985592320
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