Woo Hoo! It's time for a new thread. I wonder what this new year holds in store for our birds?
At least they are starting the year with some beautiful weather. Strangely enough, so am I!
Greetings Peregrine fans--wishing you all a very Happy and Healthy New Year. Here is the latest blog from Scott at the FalconCam Project:
Nestcam is currently offline but ledge cam is still online. Ian
Cilla has posted some lovely pics of the family in the area. She, too, has not observed any returns to the scrape by the eyases. I have just now closed down my cam and blog tabs, so that's it from me for this season, except I do have some downloads to check thru and may do some tribute snaps of our lovely, lovely parents, if they're there ;)
At this time Di is sleeping on the ledge.
Thanks for the pics and posts Everyone!
Judging by Cilla's most recent post to the project site, all seems to be going well. Since fledging, in addition to Scylla's posts here, I have only seen one on the ledge at any time. I don't look in much though & obviously from Cilla's recent project posts they are all still in the vicinity. Ian
Thanks for updates Scylla
About 19:10hr on evening of 15th - there was a distant flyby at the end:
I've deliberately made this small as it's rather blurry:
I am not posting daily snaps on my FB page any more, I'm just checking thru what downloads I have (one or other of the cams quite often drops out) for any eyas appearances on the scrape. None so far.
This was cute:
15 Nov, 06:10hr, our beloved, noisy, parents ;-D
Unfortunately the nestcam had dropped out.
Ann, all my notifications were switched on when I first logged back in. Better not turn this into a "complaints thread" as I see there are some very terse messages flying (pardon the pun) about regarding the appropriate places for gripes!
Scylla, I don't use facebook or twitter & if this is how they look I am quite glad I don't.
Hi Scylla, Ian and any others. Ian, possibly need to click on 'Turn Reply notifications on' (see toward the upper right of the page).
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