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 Post subject: Re: Eagles Winter Feeding Ground 2012
PostPosted: January 11th, 2012, 9:17 am 
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I missed your Birthday I hope you had a nice one.

Thank you alice, i was working, like everyday

@Kitty,

really no Cam, but i am patient - the day is young :rolleyes:

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 Post subject: Re: Eagles Winter Feeding Ground 2012
PostPosted: January 11th, 2012, 9:28 am 
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I hear a buzzard from far away.

Rain or sleet is falling & making a pattern on the water at the melted end of the bog. (You may have to right-click on the Y-tube screen & go "watch on YouTube" to see it. :blush: )


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 Post subject: Re: Eagles Winter Feeding Ground 2012
PostPosted: January 11th, 2012, 9:59 am 
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:slap: I think this nasty weather is keeping the birds under cover this morning. They don't want to get wet feathers in the cold. The sound of the rain is making me sleepy :rolleyes:, so I think I will log off & go :offtobed: now. Goodnight / Good day, everyone. Enjoy the cams today. I recorded the swans calling to each other at the Käsmu cam last night. Beautiful sound. :wave:

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 Post subject: Re: Eagles Winter Feeding Ground 2012
PostPosted: January 11th, 2012, 10:06 am 
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I too am :offtobed: .

It is the first day of the knitting class I am supposed to teach (except there are probably not enough students) and I have to find someone during the lunch hour to let me into the class room in the basement marked in big red letters SPRINKLER CONTROLS INSIDE and I am a little nervous. I need to read to get my mind off of "it."

(and I still have a few show and tell things to get in order.)


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 Post subject: Re: Eagles Winter Feeding Ground 2012
PostPosted: January 11th, 2012, 11:30 am 
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The first eagle?? :loveshower: :loveshower:
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It's raining :cry: The snow is almost gone


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 Post subject: Re: Eagles Winter Feeding Ground 2012
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The feeding place looks like a swimming pool

:hi: Rionn

I think it's the same Buzzard as yesterday
he's wet :blush:


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 Post subject: Re: Eagles Winter Feeding Ground 2012
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Hooded Crow
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I remember from the sealcam.
If hooded crows are around, the eagles come :laugh: ( I hope it's the same here )


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 Post subject: Re: Eagles Winter Feeding Ground 2012
PostPosted: January 11th, 2012, 12:14 pm 
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The rain has transformed a platform into lake :slap:


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 Post subject: Re: Eagles Winter Feeding Ground 2012
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"Stream not found: nova." :faint:

do you others hear the sound properly from this camera, like from other cameras? i had a look here in the morning when it was on and i still couldn't hear much anything... also the sigakaamera is rather quiet for me if i open it as a webpage.


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 Post subject: Re: Eagles Winter Feeding Ground 2012
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@ I have no problems Ame.
Early in the morning it is quiet at the feeding place,
and I have the headset in my ear from the phone, so I hear a lot. :whistling:


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 Post subject: Re: Eagles Winter Feeding Ground 2012
PostPosted: January 11th, 2012, 1:48 pm 
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ame wrote:
"Stream not found: nova." :faint:

do you others hear the sound properly from this camera, like from other cameras? i had a look here in the morning when it was on and i still couldn't hear much anything... also the sigakaamera is rather quiet for me if i open it as a webpage.

:wave: , Ame - the eagle camera is definitely much more quiet for me too. I haven't experimented much with settings, however, just noted it.

About the feeding ground lake - not just a lake, evidently a relict lake, jäänukjärv :innocent: according to the buzzard story.

Relict lake: "A lake that survives in an area formerly covered by the sea or a larger lake, or a lake that represents a remnant resulting from a partial extinction of the original body of water." (From answers.com)

Can a very small lake be a lakelet?


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 Post subject: Re: Eagles Winter Feeding Ground 2012
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Liis wrote:
ame wrote:
"Stream not found: nova." :faint...

do you others hear the sound properly from this camera, like from other cameras? i had a look here in the morning when it was on and i still couldn't hear much anything... also the sigakaamera is rather quiet for me if i open it as a webpage.

:wave: , Ame - the eagle camera is definitely much more quiet for me too. I haven't experimented much with settings, however, just noted it.

About the feeding ground lake - not just a lake, evidently a relict lake, jäänukjärv :innocent: according to the buzzard story:

"A lake that survives in an area formerly covered by the sea or a larger lake, or a lake that represents a remnant resulting from a partial extinction of the original body of water." (From answers.com)

Can a very small lake be a lakelet?

a lakelet! :rotf:

i have re-checked the sound settings of my laptop and they are at maximum so it can't be the reason for the "muteness" of my nova-kaamera. i've thought of other reasons for it. it may be that the speakers of my laptop are so miserable that they just can't play the sounds louder. maybe i should use proper external speakers or a headset like you. or it could be that there is so little noise from the eagle camera that it "sounds" like there aren't sounds. :mrgreen:
there is a lot of hissing and whizzing of the wind from the sigakaamera which is actually only noise but i'm used to hearing a lot of that. i've also began to suspect that i may have spoilt my ears with the VLC-player. with that i can turn the volume really loud. (400 %! it's like having 11 on the guitar amplifier. :mrgreen:
"one louder": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EbVKWCpNFhY)


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 Post subject: Re: Eagles Winter Feeding Ground 2012
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well that was one wet buzzard! :slap:
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but it didn't seem to mind the rain much. :rolleyes:
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i didn't see it coming but it kept on eating the fish for a rather long time. my first picture is taken at 14.22 (not the one up there) and it left after the the second picture here, at about 14.41.

but oh boy is it slow to capture pictures with the Snipping tool! :faint:
is it quicker with the Replay Video Capture, Fleur? if i've understood it correct there's an option for snapshots, too.


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Hi ame! Never seen before. So wet and on fish-Mäusebussard-
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hi Fireblade! :wave:
like a wet rat! ein Rattebussard... :laugh:


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hi Fireblade! :wave:
like a wet rat. :laugh:

Yes and at the end ...
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:rotf: i missed that! the phone rang and i had to reply.

what tool are you using to capture pictures, Fireblade?


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@fireblade,

the fish must swim! But the end is bad. :unsure:

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 Post subject: Re: Eagles Winter Feeding Ground 2012
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What a nice pictures from the wet Buzzard.
But, I'd rather see a buzzard dry.

@ Ame, I will later to see if it goes faster ( I think so ) , and I have to watch a folder were the screenshots are saved.
I currently use another progr. but the pictures that I make, I have to first cut.

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Windy and wet

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