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Thread subject: Cape Henlopen Osprey Cam
Name Date Message
pccompton 04/06/10 02:51 pm It's back on this year :)

Cape Henlopen
Melanie 04/06/10 03:05 pm Been up for several weeks now and remains a very confusing nest. There is a very dominant female who did most of the renovations before the male showed up and is the only one to bring fish to the nest. The male sports a very light necklace and is a total couch potato. If it had not been for seeing some solid tilting going on (and not very many of those at that) I would think they were two females. I have been told by some PC users that they can't get through to it. Can anyone else verify to that? I'm on a Mac.
Mickey 04/06/10 04:05 pm I got it right now Mel.
Pamela 04/06/10 04:28 pm Yes, I can see it as well, but it's small.
Is that a feather sticking out, Mickey?
pccompton 04/06/10 04:38 pm I guess that's why she won the battle last year :)

I can view it on my ancient PC here at work.
Melanie 04/07/10 09:59 am Glad to know it is working. Might have been a firewall issue.

Tip: If you copy the URL and open Quicktime > File > Open URL and paste it in there, it will open in a window that you can resize to as large as your monitor will accommodate. Then you can always go back and choose File > Open Recent it will continue to come up. Or you can add it to your Quicktime bookmarks if you use it for other things.
martyc35 04/07/10 01:23 pm And I do that same process for Pete's Pond, only with Favorites on RealPlayer, and it's so nice to know where to reliably find it. Now, if it were reliably live from National Geographic, that would be even nicer.
marty

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