||Just found this site....I'll be watching whenever I can.
I've been keeping tabs on a nest near my home (from a distance, of course).....this site give a better idea of what's going on in the nest.
Keep on birding!...and thanks for the chance to watch!
||Thanks for a cool website. I came upon your website today and I like it. Ilike the way that the video and sound are so real. I also found this on Africam.com, which is, unfortunately, shutting down. I only wish that the cam wasn't in a rural area that had trains and dogs in the background. The geese and birds are cool, though. Continued success!
||Just got back from watching some Osprey in the UK, in the Lake District, we don't seem to get live streaming, so it is great to see yours.
||Today, May 1, 2005, I was talking to my husband, Michael Ince, on the phone from Paris, France while I watched Mme Osprey sitting on her eggs just a few hundred yards from Michael and our home at the end of Burnett Lane. A pair of geese flew over the Osprey nest and their honking caused Mme Osprey to follow their flight and sound as she turned her head. ...and a few seconds later, I heard the geese again behind Michael's voice on the phone. As the Ospreys' world gets bigger, ours gets smaller!
||nice towatch goodluck
||I just found your excellent site via the Rutland Water web site. I'm off to Rutland next week to see 'our' Ospreys (hopefully!)
||Found this site today via an English Osprey website.
This site is awesome!
Good Luck to all concerned and Thank You
||I am thrilled for a third season of osprey watching. Betty & Dennis never cease to amaze me with the care & protection of their young. I am humbled by nature's lessons and awed by the beauty of these birds. I am forever grateful for Dennis Puleston's contributioin to the future of these magnificant birds, and all the raptors on LI. I give a cry of happiness everytime I see a hawk, and amazingly, it's live on the web and sitting on the light posts of the local parkways every day!
It's my first and last call eyery day