thanks Steve! thanks for the callover Pam
Thanks Steve! We have no sound on our cam, guess you know that.I will go yell at the others!
Thanks for the new thread, Steve. Yes, our eagles are turtle catching experts!Thanks for the call over, Pam.
Thanks Steve and Pam.
Hi Lynne, do you have sound. I certainly do not and Paula mentioned she did not have sound.Yep, two turtle shells for the taking. Watch out for Jo, she will be climbing up there soon,
You are welcome and I must say that you guys are the most polite people ever. That is very refreshing these days. ♥I also have to say that I am not a summer person, so I have already had enough of this heat. :(
Isla's chicks are looking more grown up each day...their coloring is so pretty. She sure is an amazing osprey, isn't she!
Same here, Pam and we have July and August to go. Yikes!
I'll send an email.Pam, my cam working fine in IE, but no sound.
Yes, she is Paula. And those chicks of her just dig in to eating. Palmer could learn something from them. They chirp, but chirp politely, not like Palmer. LOL
I sent an email about the sound.
I wonder if she didn't find a nasty fish somewhere that only she consumed.
Looks like one is stuffed, the other is still eating. They do seem polite, don't they!
Talking about Isla? Can not imagine here eating a fish all by herself.LOL Talking about Palmer? Maybe eating a nasty fish makes her nasty to her parents.????☺
LOL blog update6.30pm Update:Our lady of the loch is looking stronger still this evening, having spent all day back at her normal duties with the chicks, and using the nest perch again- what a sight, to see her surveying her domain again! She has spent a lot of time today preening and has taken several trips off the nest to wash herself- like anyone recovering from a life threatening illness, she seems to want to get herself back in good order! Fingers crossed all around for continued improvement and no relapses!Emma RawlingPlease Note: tonight will be the first night since all this started that we feel we will be able to leave our osprey overnight and go home a get some sleep! We will of course be watching her via the cameras and there are people on site in case of emergencies as always. However, we won’t be in the office so if there is a delay in your blog comments appearing don’t worry! Thanks for your patience, EmmaThose folks surely deserve a good night's rest!
No Lolly, no sound on my cam either.Glad you all enjoyed the relaxing video series on my blog!
They sure do, Paula...and Peter needs to get away from the bugs!!!Good update.
I am getting very heavy eyes. think I will take a Panda nap.
I went to the Loch of Lowes cam - - is that Isla standing there in the nest? If so, she looks great.
good grief Pam....I must not have gotten my camera out before you and your hubby left because I don't have any pics of you at the nest! So sorry....I'll have to make up for it at Open House!
Lynne, that is not a big deal. I don't like having my picture taken anyway. I tend to run and hide when cameras come out.
well then I'll have to sneak up on you Pam!Check this out....Canada quake felt by some in MD(I didn't feel a thing)
Delphia just posted on FBNurse in famous picture passes awayJust read a great article about her in Steve's WW2 Mag this month.
Answer about the cam sound:They are doing maintenance on the cam audio system, may take a day or two to fix.Steve
Palmer probably blew out the audio with her loud squealing! lol
The 3 osprey chicks at BWO are lined up and very visible now.
Really surprising that the quake the far north would be felt way down this way! Must be a VERY long fault line.Never knew that the nurse had been identified before. Interesting.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY CAROL Hope it is cooler up on the mountain.Lynne loved your video's and the sky last night was absolutely gorgous but we did not get a drop of rain.Did not feel the earthquake either.
Shadows on the still cam almost like an eagle...Good Hot Afternoon Eagle Pals... Great videos Lynne... many of my dreams all rolled into the three of them !
Shirley loved the bib knickers...wonder if they come in Yellow? Paula meant to tell you thanks for the information on the lost Isla talon being a month ago...
saw ISS in the wee hours this morniing from work parking lot...but tonight, should be High and Bright if the skies cooperatatecheck it out for your area: ISS Flyovers I have Paula to thank for my continuing delight with these flyovers....two years now and going strong!
Good afternoon, everyone. Thank you, Steve.Thank you Pam.Yell as loud as you can Lolly. No sound!Paula, I may have mentioned early in Isla's ordeal that she may have gotten something to eat -- not poison but maybe a diseased fish. No matter as she seems to being doing so well. Amazing just doesn't even begin to describe.
Lolly hope Jack's trip goes wellenjoyed all the granchildren stories from Ragdoll, Diann and others...I hope to collect a few grandson stories tonight...headed to Berkeley Springs shortly...taking water squirt bottles and balloons of course ! (and a change of clothes)Hope the evening goes well for everyonettfn xoxo God Bless Us, Every One
I had heard on weather alert radio at work that Anne Arundel county was getting 80 mph winds last night...hope it did not affect anyone too badly...
Lynne and Paulaforgot to say: Those butterfly pictures from nest visit day, butterfly on Paula's arm....really neat pictures! Jo already has the July nest album ready for pictures!Thanks!Put the "Like an Eagle Shadow" picture on Magpie's roost, and also on the June albumokay time to go
Margy, it was very lucky to be able to hear and get the sound of the wood thrush on the camera while all the other birds were silent!!! We didn't see one....we did see quite a few hermit thrush though. I double checked the songs to make sure I had them straight. Will post camping story and pictures soon. But I will say that one decadent thing we did was to eat Ben and Jerry's by the campfire Sunday night!I can't believe anyone felt a quake that was relatively small and so far away in this area, but who am I to say?Ceil, it's been a long time since I've seen a sky so beautiful as it was last night...a real treat for my drive home from babysitting! I only wish I had had my camera with me to get a video. Judie, I think you are right...she must have eaten something bad, but not bad enough to keep her down. She is an amazing bird!A former coworker posted a picture she took on FB...going to get it and put on my blog....really cool. Give me a few minutes...
LOL, Lynne. I now have a mental picture of you sneaking around with a camera, waiting to pounce.Jo, you are probably right about Palmer's squawking breaking the audio equipment!
BTW...please someone put my nest pics in the Momster Album if you like!
wouldn't be the first time I have had to use covert techniques to get an unwilling person's picture Pam!
Stoopid branch beginning to show at LOL---nightfall close. Temp ranges there today were in the 60's, night temps to be in 50's. Not bad!
tHAT picture of the sailor and nurse on VJ day really brings back the memories for me.I was right on 5 years old, but it was such a big deal ... from FDR's death, through VE Day and VJ Day that I remember the time very vividly.We were in a Federal Housing Project in San Diego while Dad did his SeaBee duty.Whenever a big event occurred, we all would gather in the courtyard between the buildings, a neighbor with a large table model radio (still worked at the end of the war) would set it up in their open window and crank up the volume.Well, at the V days, there was a hell of a lot of kissing, dancing and general celebrating going on all day and into the evening around our area, believe me!!C(°ٿ°)DJim
Hi, Everyone!Thanks, Steve!Slept in late this morning, and it felt SOOOO good, but have been playing 52-pick-up ever since. Have cleaned up the dirty dishes, put in one more load of laundry, spot-cleaned the LR carpet, and put away a load of dry clothes (Shirley, glad your ol' dryer is still working!). Have a mug of coffee handy, so hope to get my second wind soon. Had to drop in and say hello! (Oh--have been catching up on e-mails, too--at least a LITTLE bit!)So very glad that Isla has improved enough that Peter and Emma feel safe in getting a good night's sleep tonight! Isla is officially the most amazing Osprey I have EVER heard of! God bless her!Miss hearing our Palmer, but know they're working hard to fix the problem.Don't remember whether I mentioned it or not, but my glasses frame broke, and I've had to dig out my old pair of glasses to wear. Makes for some eyestrain, but hope to get an appt. very soon, AND some new glasses! MTBR...
Lynne,Checked out the videos and pictures on your blog, and they are just fantastic! Thanks!
wow Jim, what great memories!!OK, picture is up....very cool!
Have a bit more housework to do, so will check back in a bit later. Have a good afternoon/evening! :o]
Isla is making some pretty sounds right now!
Margy, have fun with James! Stay COOL!
If you didn't hear---Candy had on FB, and now on news---Team USA beat Algeria in World Cup action. Up next: Ghana. Rah, rah!
thanks Andy! I'm becoming quite the camera happy gal here lately! Have to do some reading of my instruction book...had camera for over a year or so, and never really read how to focus, etc. I took what I thought were some really good pictures, especially of wildflowers, but they are blurry. Of course, part of the problem is that I refuse to wear my glasses and my up close vision is really bad now....going to have to give up and wear them. UGH. I just don't LIKE them. My distance vision isn't too bad. So I don't really need them for that. But I am a total klutz with these bifocals...have a hard time getting used to them. I hope you can get your new glasses very soon!
I'm headed out to meet Alexis for dinner and play date! BBILW
Judie, Peter and crew---and I guess vet---said it probably wasn't food because Isla shared it all with the osprey-ettes.
Gee, LOL cam has been running for 15 mins! Maybe # of viewers has decreased, allowing for it to stay up. First time since Sat.!
I am very excited to say that it looks like I am going to have the honor of working with the animals on a volunteer basis at the Irvine Nature Center!!!Will also be helping with craft project prep for the camp kids, and gardening as well! I really wish I could be a Naturalist and work with and teach the kids in the various age group summer camps, but need to commit for rest of summer and I can't because any day now I could get a job. I hope.
oh yeah, I guess that makes sense Lynn. But she COULD have eaten a little something on her own maybe? Sure would like to know....
Hello everyone.I enjoy the osprey updates. Isla is a trooper.Earthquake? I wonder if it has anything to do with the very slight tremor at the office today.The polka dot knickers are cute. Thanks for the knicker update.
Jo, if you are still here...that turtle is pretty big and on land....my GUESS is possible snapping turtle en route to a breeding ground. Too hard to tell for sure in the picture.
Good memories for you, Jim, I hope---other than your dad being away.
If you look closely you can see three turtle shells on the nest.Two are right side up and the 3rd is to the right of the cam tree upside down. It is right below the bigger shell.I still haven't seen a hand reaching from over the edge of the nest at night. Spidey's web makes it hard to see any nest activity. : D
Yup, there are three, still. Thanks for finding that 3rd one, BEagle.I guess the eagles are picking them off the rocks or logs in the river...
Headed home to mow, catch ya'll later!
Since the sound is off, we'll have to watch to see if Palmer arrived this evening!
Both the Atlanta and San Diego zoos have interesting blog entries today...I'm going to shut down and take care of some shopping and the like. Talk to you later.C(°ٿ°)DJim
And we have an adult on the nest.
And along cam Palmer and has ballooned over something on the nest.
May be it is good we cannot hear.
I have to go. Someone else see Palmer?
Palmer is eating. I wasn't quick enough to see if Lib brought dinner in or if Palmer did this herself.She is enjoying it. It's probably a fish.
I forgot to mention that the adult flew off while Palmer was looking like a balloon.
It's not "...along cam Palmer.."It's "along came Palmer.."
Palmer moved the fish from center to left about 10ish.
I don't see anymore food or fish.Palmer is now at the cam tree.Mush go.BBL
Well, I see Palmer made it home!!!
BEagle don't rush when you mush!!! LOL!
Wonder if Palmer has been taught how to take a cooling dip in the river yet?Lynne, congrats on your new volunteer gig!! Sounds really beat.But still praying you find a paying job!
Make that NEAT!!!
Hi, Gang,Checking back in quickly--Hubby will be home before long, with stuff to make for dinner. Lynne, congratulations! I'm SO jealous! Sounds like a LOT of fun!Hmm...bifocals--I have TRIfocals, and when I first got some, they told me to PLEASE not wear them while driving back home! Only way I ever got used to them was to wear them a few hours every day for about a week. When they got to be too much, just switched to the old glasses for a while. Have to train your brain what part of the lens to look through for each distance. Once that's done, NO more problems! Have a friend with bifocal contacts, and those take a while, too, but it's amazing what your brain can sort out! :o]
Lynn,Still praying for your daughter about the 911 job--is her 2nd interview on Friday?
Andy, I couldn't wear progressive lens at all...they actually made me sick to my stomach! So I got regular bifocals instead. But the is definitely and "unclear zone" where it's fuzzy between close up and far away. Was wondering if trifocals are next for me. UGH. I trip a lot when I were the glasses...just can't seem to get used to them!
Lynne, I couldn't get used to having a line on the lens. Hope you can get something worked out!
Say, maybe contacts with reading glasses....
Oops--gotta run. Pizza for dinner, with a big salad! BBL...
Palmer still hanging out! Don't like not having sound to alert us!
It'll work out when I get over myself and start wearing like them a big girl on a regular basis and get used to them!
I did not want to think about regular bifocals, so I chose the progressive ones. They work okay for me.
whoa we have a Palmer in the nest!
I wrote a comment, and I guess it is still out there in bloggerland. Maybe I can push it on with this one.
Well, it got pushed on, but now the next one is waiting.
I have bifocal contacts...they do one for distance, and one for close up...your eyes learn to adjust...some people need it done gradually.It is HOT and MUGGY out there! Only about half the grass needed cutting in the front and the same for the back. We need rain!
UH OH, so are both of my comments...gone with the wind.
Oh well, can't comment so gonna go feed the dogs...
Now they are there...stoopid blog acting up again.
I really don't know why I couldn't do the progressive...I'm the only person I know who can't. I felt like everything was wavy. I think I'm just unbalanced! I am very excited about working with the rehab animals at Irvine. They have 2 redtails, a barred owl, 2 screech owls, an opossum, several kinds of frogs and snakes, box turtle and terrapins at the moment!
Yes, I am having trouble posting, too, Paula.
7:50 pmPalmer still in the nest, was at the launch pad with wings spread, now laying down on the launch pad facing the leftI am grateful for my AC today!
It's posting, but slowly.
wow, this is odd....talk about bad luck!Man struck by lightning gets mauled by a bear
Definitely the progressive lenses are the way to go. I wouldn't have anything else. I tried bifocal contacts, as well as one distant and one far---just could not get the depth perception to feel safe driving!
wow, the blogs gone crackers!
Comments coming and going...Lynne, sounds like a great volunteer job!
well, the posts are showing up in my email but not here!
PH chick has fledged, not sure which one, probably A69
Jim, great story. Don't remember those times myself. Just know the atomic bomb was first tested the day I was born and my mom said the world had never been the same. Never was quite sure she meant because of the bomb or me. lolLynne, congratulations on being able to work with rehab animals. You'll be great at that. I have progressives and it does take some getting used to. Still have to take glasses off sometimes when walking and looking down.BEagle, I think Jo could be very stealthy sneaking her hand into the nest -- you will have to watch as I can't get the live cam.
Oh, glad Palmer has returned and has some dinner.
Palmer just took off, 8:21pm
A69 fledged yesterday
YES! Good to know Judie, that I'm not alone!!!
Michael just called and wanted to know how to make my lemon chicken...love those calls. ♥
Hmm, blog seems OK now.
well, while no rain is predicted for tonight, there is a rather substantial slug of rain and storms to the west of here heading this way showing up on radar....almost to Cumberland now, will see if it holds over the mountains.
Well, I don't see Palmer now---she must have taken off.
aww, she did poof...
I'd say that unlucky guy is really pretty lucky!! Surviving two things that could just have easily killed him is pretty rare!
true Lynn, glass half FULL for sure is a better way to look at it!Heading for shower....
Oh no, the slugs have morphed into a rain storm. Sneaky little creepers.
Back again.Bifocal contacts, one close and one far, are wonderful.........but had to go to glasses. Nothing compares to progressive lenses in my estimation.I didn't see Palmer home when I came in. :(That would no doubt be #69 that fledged at PH. None of the other eaglets practiced quite that much and about two weeks younger than Palmer.
I got on earlier, saw Palmer in the nest, started to blog and my laptop froze up. So, I shut down. Fixed myself some dinner and went outside. Here it is 8:15 and 90 degrees. We need rain desperately. We went from too much rain and cool to HOT and NO rain.Did some on line shopping. Jack's birthday is next month. Just ordered him a "Campfire in a Can". LOL When we are traveling there are lots of places that say no campfires. Well, they now have propane "campfires". They are pretty neat. My brother in law had one and we all sat around it at a RV park that does not allow fires. Neat! Of course, it is not a good as a real campfire, but really it is a great alternative.
Saw the discussion on glasses. I have worn the progressive lens for many years now. Love them but it did take some getting used to. Jack wears tri focals and thinks I am crazy to prefer progressive. To each his own!
I suppose whatever is easiest to tolerate is the best think when it comes to seeing anything.
K06 at the TH nest fledged today.
Had to give Annie her meds. First time for me to do it alone. Two droppers as we crush the pill and give it to her in a dropper of sugar water. So, I prepared the droppers. Went looking for her. Could not find her. Searched everywhere. Then happened to look in the living room and there she was on the dining room table. We have the door shut on one end and a gate on the other side of the room. She wont jump the gate, but there was a gap and she had found her way in. Sneaky cat!
BWO update - We just posted a new update to our Blackwater Osprey Cam Web Log, which features three new videos of our osprey family.
Gals I'm on line and this thing is slow.See Steve put some pictures on.
Back to say my goodnights.Feeling tired tonight. Did a bit much and I think the heat/humidity have zapped my energy.Turning my light off but will leave the night light on for others coming in and for those who will head back the hallway, up the stairs, to the tub or shower, or those just wishing to avoid stepping on slugs. Andy, please set our alarm. Thank you.Until tomorrow...
Goodnight, Judie. Will and I have been sitting at the kitchen table picking meat from the leftover crabs. We are freezing it until we can make crab cakes. A lot of work for a little bit of meat. I could never earn a living picking crabs.
Hope and Lily Update
Thanks for the link, Lolly. I am happy to learn that Hope is still doing well.
I'm just getting on and everyone is going to bed. lol
Hi, Dana!I just got here too. Came to see whether there was an update on Hope, and (Thank you, Lolly!) there it is! Good to hear that Hope and Lily are both doing well.
I thought tonights update was very interesting. Poor little Hope! So fearful of everything! Even the yearling allows them to adjust her collar.
Wee bit of breeze coming out of the NW----not much but it feels better out there.
Lynn2 love the sky picture and thanks for the nice videos.
Lolly, glad you found Annie. How did it go with the meds? Okay, I hope.
Shirley,Crab cakes sure sound yummy! Picking that crab meat just might be worth the trouble! Guess some folks are having trouble with the blog. I don't seem to be--hope it fixes itself for you guys soon!
Interesting update on the bears. Poor things----hard to imagine that things could bite through all that fur. Yuck---eating the engorged ticks---is that considered auto-transfusion???Dana, glad you got the PC up and running!
I held Annie on my lap, held her head and forced her mouth open Poor kitty. She is asking out now, but she is in for the night! We are getting used to hear her bad mouth us. Never had a cat that talks so much. LOL
Yes, Dana! good to see you here!Really miss you when you're gone.How's Little Man doing?
Morning at LOL. Chicks are waking up. No sign of the Lady Isla or the Laird.
Yes, I thought the bit about ticks rather disgusting! LOL Never thought about bears getting ticks and that poor yearling that had so many!
Hi, Lynn,Can't imagine eating a tick, engorged or not! Technically, I guess that WOULD be an auto-transfusion, unless the tick came from another bear!
Shirley, a lot of work for a little bit of yummy! Good that you had Will helping you.Okay, Gang, I'm getting ready to turn in. Stay as cool as you can. See you tomorrow. Prayers for all.
Nite Lynn! Sweet dreams!
I can't imagine bear standing still long enough to allow a human to pull ticks off of him!Thanks for giving us that update, Lolly:)
Andrea he is happy caused I moved the desk top out into living room. Wasn't easy but I did it.
I'm going to say nite niteI'm going over to check out older thread.Hopely see eagle pals in AM.
Awwww! That's really sweet of you to do that, Dana! Hope the little guy appreciates what you've done!
Going upstairs to read for awhile. I will see you tomorrow.
I'm headed for bed too, Dana, seems the right thing to do:)GOOD NIGHT MY FRIENDSSWEET DREAMSPRAYERS FOR ALL
G'nite, Dana! Sleep well.I think I'm going to turn on the night light and the porch light.Getting tired here, too. The eye scanner security is enabled. Prayers said for everyone, and for our feathered and furry friends.Hope everyone has a good night's sleep. Will talk to you tomorrow.God bless, and goodnight! Love all of you guys! :o]
I am just coming in to say Good Night When Alexis left I just chilled out the rest of the evening. Hubby's older brother has his gall bladder removed tomorrow morning - Please remember him in your prayers tonight.Good Night AllPrayers For AllHugs To All ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥
I hope medicating Annie gets easier, Lolly. We have definitely had our times with medicating pets. The bassets seem to swallow anything offered, but we had a beagle, Snoopy, who could eat a dish of food and leave the hidden pill in the bottom of the dish untouched. I use the pill popper twice a day for George and mix his liquid medicine into his food.
Crabs are definitely worth picking to have crabcakes, etc, later. Was just talking about that last night...my brothers and I would sit and pick crabs after dinner, and we would have crabcakes in the middle of winter :)Nite, all!Hugs to all ♥
I have no plans to remove ticks from any bears. Good night.
Don't think this crab meat will last until winter!
Let's form a club! Those who do not plan to remove ticks from bears! ☺Okay, think I am going to go pop some popcorn and fix a G & T to have with it. Jack is gone and when he is gone, I stay up late. Then going to give myself a manicure as well as a pedicure. Sure wish I could reach my toes! ☺I am sitting in my chair, Annie is right beside me, looking up and meowing away! I have told her no repeatedly. She just will not listen to me!Nite all! Sweet dreams!
It's this time of the morning and the chicks are still alone at Loch of the Lowe's, or alone again....cute to see them doing some housekeeping, wing-flapping...just reading back through, see what everyone's been up to
chicks alone no parent at Finney's
didn't last longParent returned not sure if with food or not
last comment was for Finney nest...all clouded out for ISS night flyover :(
adult out of sight calling at Loch of the Lowe's
chicks are lying low in the nest at Loch's soaking up some Vitamins K and Dstill hearing adult doing a lot of calling outhear hawks and ravens in the background, not too close, little birdies closewill recheck after shower Jo prayers being said for your husband's older brother with the gall bladder surgery in the morning
oh, saw two bucks in velvet tonight in Morgan County...a four-point, and other I could not tell, he was running off...beautiful! Or would that be, Handsome!nest of Baltimore Orioles in grandson's back yardQueen Anne's Lace and Wild Sweet pea is out along the roadsides herethink I might have just heard a deer "blowing" at Loch of the Lowe's...maybe? Lynne that volunteer job at the Irvine Center sound great also your work with the camp kids .. is that at the same place? or different?
I was away from the Loch's cam for over an hour, no adult there yet...don't now if missed any adult visit or notman oh man they have some very loud buzzing insects there from time t time :(
Couldn't sleep. Got up for ice cream and strawberries and had to check the blog. I hear those insects, Margy. They seem to be bothering the little ones at LOL. No parent in the nest, but I hear a variety of birds singing.
Probably should not have read that National Geographic article about sleep and insomnia tonight.
Need to get some more mystery/horror books. Reading about some grisly murder might be more relaxing.
Still no adult at LOL.
I think osprey chicks are just more polite than eagle chicks. I remember the little ones who lined up to be fed in the Finney nest last summer. These little ones line up, too. And they are not nearly as loud.
Something calling very near the osprey nest microphone.
Something flying or floating in the background.
Jo,prayers for your hubby's brother.
wow that buzz is /was really loud now!must be very close to micHi Shirley....I slept during the day after midnight shift last night..so this is my more or less normal time to be awakesounds like power boats of motorcycles on Loch's also
Headed back upstairs. Usually, a snack or a cup of tea or a glass of milk helps me sleep. I have decided to try some dairy products again. I will have to decide whether or not it causes problems. Will talk to doctor when I see him. I think I hear both insects and motorboats at the Loch.
Hi Margy, yes, I hear either motorboats or motorcycles. And an adult osprey.
might just be a horsefly, loud in the same way Spidey sometimes looks big maybe Finney nest looks nice, think that is Dad there now Finney Nest
I expect you get your nights and days all mixed up with your work schedule.
well, there ain't nuthin' wrong with our hearing is there! LOLI might still be up for the early morning ISS flyover...or get back up....skies were clearing here a little while ago kind of half and half now
Haven't watched Finney so much this summer. I do not keep up with nearly as many cams as some on here do. There isn't time except when school is out.
sure do...might have to seriously cut back on the caffeine too...well, Shirley, hope you can tolerate some dairy products....I have some "Turkey Hill" Columbian chip Ice cream...might break into that soonalso hope you can sleep soon...but it sure is nice you have your schedule pretty much to make on your own for awhile...
Could easily get used to the no-work schedule. It would be nice to retire, but someone has to pay the mortgage. I am going to try going back to bed now. Enjoy your ice cream.I hope you get to see the fly-over. I think I will probably be sleeping.
Wouldn't mind seeing a spider get that annoying insect.
I haven't been able to keep up with a whole lot of the nests either...seems to be a really long time at the Loch nest with no adult...maybe it is normal but with so much activity the last few days, is just seems different
See you later.
I was thinking the same thing, but I do hear calls from an adult.
'Night Shirleybeen fun nightowling it with you..time to for me to do more laundry here now also(and keep watch for adult visit at Loch's)xoxoxo
There's Isla..(I think)(trying to count talons )another adult I guess Y7 there briefly...don't see any fresh food but sure hear a lot of Peeping!well poof gone already
All is well...Isla came back, immediately followed by Y7 with a fish, then he left, and Isla AND the chicks are eatingbedtime herexo
Good Morning Eagle Friends!The sun in up, but PALMER IS NOT IN THE NEST again this morning.Does anyone know if Palmer made it back to the nest yesterday?
PALMER STILL NOT IN THE NEST.But, I'm waiting. :)
Good morning Lori.Wanted to check if Palmer came back.She did arrive last night at around 6pm.She followed an adult in but couldn't tell if the adult or Palmer brought the fish.Adult left and Palmer had the fish and then took off.That's about it. Palmer is leaving the nest. :(
The Loch chicks are eating once again.Fed by Isla.
Oh BEAGLE, thank you for the update. I really appreciate it.I really hope Palmer comes back again tonight if not this morning.
For the record:PALMER HAS STILL NOT RETURNED TO NEST YET THIS MORNING.
Good VERY EARLY Morning in Eagle Land Margy, Lori and BEagle.Just staring to pull up cams.
Good "THURSDAY" morning everyone:)
from LOL...Latest osprey blog24 June 2010Morning allIt was great to come into another glorious morning and to see our girl feeding the chicks. She was also not happy at another osprey taking a look at the nest, she was shouting at it while continuing to feed the chicks so could not have posed a serious threat to her. On the loch we have three bar-headed geese at the moment, probably escapees, it is a lovely change from the usual Canada geese we have here all year round.Thanks for your posts during the night I do look forward to reading them in the morning. It is a shame we can't be here to moderate them. PeterFor those wanting to find a different view of the nest, try Camera 2 – available on the webcame home page under the SWT Red Squirrel logo. We often have this camera on other things like squirrels but at the moment we thought you’d like more ospreys! Sorry if we forgot to make this clear. Emma
Good morning Dana and Helen!
The nest at Lock of Lowes showes the chicks resting. No parent there at the moment.
Good Eagle Morning Mits. Thanks for update on LOL's.Lori maybe you will have to wait till this evening like yesterday. To see Palmer in the nest. Although you never know so keeping watching.I don't seem to hear the little birds around the nest teeting. A;; very quite. I know my sound is working cause I can hear chicks at LOL when they are making noise.
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