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Thread subject: Hello Again
Name Date Message
Tiger 01/19/05 01:40 pm So it is a new year and only about 60 days until the probable return of Betty and Dennis. Just wonder where they are now?

New notice board too. No more impersonation. I like the nice simple registration process.

Looking forward to the new season!

Marie 01/19/05 04:21 pm Good to see you back TIGER.......
Hope the science is going well.......
It certainly is Count-Down now till we are glued to the cam........
Hopefully DPOF will have the camera ready soon.....
Nancy L 01/19/05 04:49 pm But right now, the nest is full of snow - we've had a few inches this afternoon. Just look at the snow in the Blackwater site. You can tell the eagles have been there.
Marie 01/20/05 12:19 am Nancy the infared camera at night on the eagles nest at the Blackwater site works really well. Indeed the nest has lots of snow in it. AMAZING how only yesterday when I looked in, the nest was bathed in sunlight( early am) but I didn't see any eagles at that time. Hope you don't get too much snow. :-((. It continues to pour with rain down here.
Pam 01/20/05 03:56 pm Marie, if you look at the gallery on the Blackwater site they have archived pics of an eagle covered in snow. I was alerted to this because Leny posted a picture on the WW site. When the eagle had moved there was an eagle-shaped clear patch in the nest. I saw two eagles when I looked in earlier today and the snow has almost gone from the nest. Seems they have taken over and the ospreys won't get a look in if they return. There are also some interesting pics of a vulture which landed in the nest and some other small birds (which I know you, Marie, will be able to identify) and also a squirrel ! A well-used nest indeed.

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