Monday, November 30, 2009

Thankgiving!

Hi All,
I hope that you now find that the images are uploading in a timely manner. Very sorry for the inconvenience and delay on the fix but I was unable to solve the issue until today.
Many thanks for all your posts and I hope that this activity persists as it is a good sign of the Eagles loyalty to this nest site.
All the Best,
Patrick Keenan
BioDiversity Research Institute

20 comments:

  1. Thanks for the update and the fix Patrick. There was a beautiful sunrise this morning all streaked with pink & orange and that lower view is a great one to show the rise & fall of the sun each day. It's a perfect backdrop to two adult eagles sitting in a tree!

    J. in S.P.ME

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  2. Nice to see these two at the nest this morning 1/7/10. They were sitting quietly til it seemed something caught their attention and suddenly both adults were in the nest as tho protecting it, beaks open calling out warnings. Then sitting on the limb directly above it, back to enjoying the sun!

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  3. Adult eagle at nest. 9.30 est. Jan 27th 2010

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  4. Looks like the wind is causing trouble with the lower view. It's very windy in the area today 1/29. Can you share with us how you re-position the camera once it's been blown off course? Key strokes make it move??
    Thanks for all the work you do with these cameras - it's so much appreciated.

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  5. Oh the nest looks wonderful today in the sunshine! Thanks for the adjusted view BRI.

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  6. Adult at nest again. 10.00 am est. Maybe getting ready for babies?

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  7. Adult at nest. same time as yesterday!!!

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  8. Adult eagle sitting out on branch.

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  9. Adult on branch. Feb. 18 4:37 p.m.

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  10. Adult sitting out to the right.

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  11. Two are there this AM.

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  12. Two adults, one in nest bowl and one out on branch.

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  13. BRI Any comments? Appears that there are two pairs trying to occupy this nest.

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  14. The posts all seem to be about three hours off. Is it possible to correct this? Wonderful to see the two adults there for so long today.

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  15. BRI - any chance of changing the instant updates to every 5 seconds that way more will be seen. Thanks in advance.

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  16. Yes, we have changed these settings unfortunately 15 sec. seems to be about where we max out in terms of the satellite internet and operating programs to upload the images. I will try to reduce the rate again and test it. Thanks for the suggestion. This would be especially useful given that we do not have the video feed.
    All the Best,
    Patrick

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