Seems a good time to start new thread ... been watching Cam 4 (best view even though a bit misty) & was rewarded today with a visitor
(C) Derby Cathedral Peregrine Project
2013 photos & vids here
eff37 on Flickr
Thanks for starting New Thread, this is always an excellent site to follow, the team ( like so many) are truly dedicated
Great news Wendy but why are you ahead to 2019????CHOL:):)
In reply to SunnyKate2:
Ha ha Kate, am very futuristic & more than a bit fumble-fingered so late at night!!!
In reply to WendyBartter:
Oh dear, never noticed until SK2 picked that up.!! Maybe an early night for you! Great to have this started again. Have never looked since they fledged last year. WIll that be a parent or one of last years young?
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
In reply to Catlady:
Don't really know the answer to that CL, looked at blog but nothing mentioned there & it is nigh on impossible to read ring numbers on cam ... unlike the one Kate posted about that turned up at Rutland!
Morning Wendy and CL
Read, a big task going on moving at the Cathedral,not sure if the Scrapes are being lowered?? Posted on the Blog, link to your you tube Wendy and asked about CL's Q.
Hi Kate, thanks for posting my vid to blog, never occurred to me to do so!
I read the move as just the equipment, you'll have to ask the Nicks if it involves anything else ... I will be pleased when they do their abseiling act again to clean that pooey old lens!!
Will check out FB later when on desktop!
Doh!!! Bless you can't think of everything( though you try!!!) CHOL:):)
That's the nicest thing about our little threads,we help each other.
Still no news re OKC Owl Hmm.and hope the cornish site back on soon that black screen is so depressing.Thankyou for all you do.
Thanks for keeping tabs on OKC Owl Kate & be sooo pleased to hear from Matt re wot's up with CBO cams!
Is good here on CF for keeping in touch!
Lynn L said: WIll that be a parent or one of last years young?
I sent Wendy's vid to derby blog and Nicks seem to think it is definitely a Derby Bird, and Phoebe who is usually spot on with her views , thinks it could be the Teircel( Adult Male)
Thanks for being so thorough Kate!
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