In reply to scylla:
I thought that the first lander was a male but maybe not
02dot was on 'n off the nest all day, occasionally defending. Sound is way out of sync but I haven't stopped to try to fix it.
In the frame before this shot 02dot had been on the right but now you see her on the left and no ID markings for the "intruder":
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In reply to Valerie:
Valerie D said:Scylla sadly this news if you have not seen already - Following a serious fire from a building hosting OVH servers in Strasbourg, our balbucam site. fr is unavailable for an indefinite time.
Oh how sad for them
No, I hadn't seen it - thank you Valerie (typed slowly) .
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Hello Scylla you wrote on page 1: " I don't know anything about this nest yet but maybe it will be worthwhile. "
You might be interested to learn how successfully the 2020 Season worked with Sylva & Reda 04 raising up three chicks!
Be free to read my posts on canadian Hancock Wildlife Forum > 15 May 2020 "Welcome to the 2020 Osprey web cam in FRANCE in Orleans forest near Mardie, a little town in Région Centre-Val de Loire Département Loiret"
I do hope that they will get there servers restorend within next 3 weeks as the following comment by Octave Klaba says on twitter:
" Update March,12 11am 4/4 We will start repowering SBG1/SBG4 by the end of the next week, Fri, 19. It will take 2 days to have all servers UP. We will start repowering SBG3 by the mid of the next week, Wed, 17, it will take 6-8 days to have all servers UP. "
What a joy > web cam YouTube stream online: The chief Reda 04 is back
Reda 04 took off and joined incoming left leg orange banded osprey - might be a female 02 -
In reply to Olaf B:
Good afternoon, OLAF
Olaf B said:
I got a YouTube email with your comment on it but when I went to the video page it was nowhere to be seen, nor in the comments "held for review"... that's why you got no acknowledgement, it's been really worrying me
I've got the live stream downloading now but attempts at the historic hours with ospreys have failed, I'm trying another way but don't hold your breath
Thank you for all the coverage today, I shall now read your posts!
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