Birdies LG DU update.
And I forgot to mention that several of my cams dropped out @ 08:32.
EDIT - including Loch of the Lowes and Yorkshire Kestrels.
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In reply to Mike:
Mike B said:If you look on the Friends Facebook site Liz puts forward a possible reason.
Mike, for those of us not on Facebook would you be able to elaborate? Ian
Scylla that is what is happening to me - been like that for the last 4 or 5 weeks, dare I say it seems to have improved this last few days, now I will have jinxed it.
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I've had a look but can't find it, MIKE
MARY, you'll have to go to Facebook for us, I'm just not observant enough !!!
(Sorry to be imperious )
Scylla I had a look as well and couldn't find anything significant either
EDIT: No explanation as to why it went down as such.
2nd EDIT: Just read the thread again that Liz asked if anyone was having difficulty getting into the WT site and I cannot find where she mentions the cause of it going down was mentioned.
All that was said on that thread was if you switched it all off and went back in again it would come up.
Maybe it is mentioned on another thread but I don't have the time to read every single thread today as that would take forever
In reply to Ian S:
Ian S said:
Ian, it seems to stem back to the problems with the WT site as opposed to You Tube.
I stopped using the WT site because it was rubbish. Liz says that they cleared a lot of the 'comments' on Friday and that seems to have helped it.
I only use Youtube and have had no problems.
You may recall that there was a post at the start of the season, from a person well versed in things computers, explaining why the set up was not fit for purpose.
I've never used it since.
Number one chick is a calendar month old today (29 May). I hope it is the oldest I have captured! Ian
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