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Thread subject: HD Cam with Sound
Name Date Message
terryo 06/13/11 06:27 pm I can't remember if I posted this cam w/sound in the past, if I did forgive my mushy brain. The Univ. of Montana and some other organizations sponsor this HD Cam/Sound and the resolution is the same at full screen. The microphone is very sensitive. The 2 chicks were getting fed earlier and were chirping with delight. Below is the link, they also sponsor 2 other cams (no sound):

CAM
martyc35 06/13/11 08:04 pm Thanks for the warning; that is some sound. Good to turn it down a bit before tuning in. Great setup, though.
marty
Melanie 06/14/11 10:29 am The best cam yet. Now that my office has moved and i have neighbors I can't crank it up like I used to. ;-(
Tiger 06/14/11 10:48 am terryo Thank you very much for that. These HD cams are awesome.
taman 06/14/11 11:50 am It looks like one of the 3 chicks is dead, dad is standing over it right now.
Melanie 06/14/11 03:31 pm I was showing this to another osprey buddy and that was the first thing I thought that there was a dead chick in the nest but I couldn't be sure. The dead chick also looks quite a bit larger than the larger surviving chick, or is that my imagination?

That was also a really ugly piece of something that Dad brought in - it almost looked more like a piece of roadkill than recognizable as fish.

Mom has spent more time dining off the mystery meat rather than feeding the chicks although she has been passing off to the bigger one.
Celeste 06/14/11 04:49 pm Wow! Thanks Terryo!
terryo 06/14/11 06:36 pm Mel, I also noticed the little runt hadn't moved in quite some time and was really small so figured it was a goner. Here's some history behind these nests and their proximity to a Superfund site, the old canary in a mine warning system:

Article Here
Trishrg 06/14/11 09:49 pm Awesome quality image. How exciting, this one is totally new to me!!! Thanks Terry.
Celeste 06/15/11 05:04 am Really something how those osprey zero in on that twine (unfortunately). Hopefully people will be educated and remedy the situation..
Pam 06/15/11 05:10 pm That's a great cam, thank you for the link Terryo.

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