18:29 She was on the front beam then the cams started buffering. I lost streaming but after a couple of refreshes, she'd gone @ 18:31
In reply to SunnyKate2:
19.40 she on the front beam
Sandra you will need Scyllas links to insert if you use Potplayer
OK thanks Kate - Where are Scylla's links? 20:42 One on the front beam, feaking its beak. Flew to the exit and back to the front again. Off to the back beam to rest
About to fly off...
To the back...
22:50 EN/EB Goodnight
SunnyKate2 said:Children voices nearby
Included a snippet when she cast a tiny pellet, then left, then returned for a speeded up tour and out again:
I thought I'd check what's gone on in the last 4+ hours and wished I hadn't, had to do you a vid, which is ruthlessly chopped and at 4x speed because it went on over a couple of hours, I'd say:
CBO LINKS for VLC, PotPlayer (which I can't understand!) or downloading:
(I posted http:// in front of both of those links but the system has taken them out. I tested 'without' in my downloader and it works just the same. I knew we didn't need the prefix for browsers... )
You will see that the only difference is the barnowl1 and barnowl2 :)
Tiger's Osprey Info & World Bird Cams
Good morning all Brilliant vids Scylla, especially seeing the pair! Thanks for the links, will give it a go :)
18:42 One on the back beam
19:47 To the front beam, into the box, back out to the tray at 19:50. I didn't see where she went at 19:52 - EN/EB
Did she expel a pellet here?
She'd gone after this scap...
22:05 One in, to the tray before having a good look around inside the box (appears to be female). Back out to the tray at 22:09, up on the box, onto the front beam and then flew to the exit at 22:11
EN/B...EDIT 06.55 .must have just flown in Morning Sandra Crikey! what an evening, more like the earlier days. CHOL:):) Re expelled Pellet , am sure you correct certainly looks like it, maybe scylla will use her 'hawk eyes' and spot it for us.
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