Live stream - https://youtu.be/TNIiT1f0EgAWildlifeWindows YT Channel - www.youtube.com/.../wildlifewindows
First hatch this morning - and it so happened that I started downloading the stream last night, so here it is
Unfortunately there's no IR on this nestcam.
As some of you know, I shouldn't be spending time on this - but will try to post "interesting" bits ufn.
Another chick already and here's their first feed - is the parent a new mother? She's not got her distance right yet.
Hatch #3's progress - first reveal @ 05:25 this morning:
WendyBartter said:Still find it quite agonising watching feeding sessions
Me too! And "agonising" is the right word.
Update - a bit of detail from the 9th with tiny snippets of each day since up to today:
WendyBartter said:What a good idea Scylla, can see the progress more easily!
Keeping all those download files* nearly overflowed my hard drive, and if I do daily clips and save them up I'll probably accidentally delete them among all the other nest files...
*Surprisingly, this cam is more HD than any of the others - multi-gig files, therefore.
A misguided effort, but I had to try to lighten the late evening to see what went on = not a lot:
Progress report 16-21 July - they all survived the heatwave
I wonder if you, WENDY or anyone else - knows what butterfly or moth got eaten? I can't find one that's quite right via googling.
Also - I do hope it is a bat and not a batty bird or a swifty bird, oh dear...
Germain said:the moth was an Oak Eggar
Thank you, GERMAIN! Such a pretty moth :)))