Usually the next thing you like to do is to Set your time preferences
A great deal of LK-forum members are outside of Estonia which is the home country of Looduskalender and the LK-forum. All the LK-cameras follow Estonian time zone which is East-European Time (EET). EET is 2 hours ahead of UTC
(UTC = Coordinated Universal Time or GMT = Greenwich/General Mean Time or the so-called 'London-time'
). Besides Estonia also Latvia, Lithuania and Finland follow EET.
Many of LK-members live in the Central European time zone which is one hour late of EET and one hour ahead of UTC. Besides this difference there is also the bi-annual change to and from the Summer time/Daylight-saving time (DST): in the spring in one weekend in late March the clocks are turned one hour ahead. In Estonia then the time will be EET + 1 hour. In the late autumn in the end October the clocks are turned one hour back and thus to the normal time. All nature cameras in Estonia and also in Latvia have their clocks set to the EET.
The members who are living outside EET-zone have basically two options: you may wish to follow your own time zone or you may choose your forum time to be EET. The latter choice may seem awkward first but that way the forum time and the camera times are the same. This may be an advantage in some cases. I know that for example Felis silvestris from Germany has set her forum time to be Estonian. In the first case (which at first sounds like the obvious choice, i.e. using your own time zone) you'll need to remember to change your time to the camera time each time you post a mail with significant timing information.
(i don't know how i would manage this if i lived somewhere else than Finland. i'm sure that i'd change the time to wrong direction at least every other time. i can't understand how Alice in Oregon does it... )