This spreadsheet gives the latest positions published by the various websites concerned. You will see at a glance the latest information.
If you are aware of any additions or corrections required, please let me know.
ChloeB has kindly offered to place the latest information on her webpage, which will be useful to those without MS Office or other office software.
ChloeB & Tiger's Osprey Data Site
Sat track schedule.
LG May 8, data (2pt) every 7 days. SWT every 3 days from Mar16
Two minor updates and slight change to column headings.
Link to JSB's Tracking Data webpage. Now linked to imagicat.com site via main index page (see Charts and Spreadsheets)
Index to Important Threads
Could somebody tell me how to track the birds on Google Earth please, I forgot how to do it, and i had to reboot my pc and lost everything
Bbabs: These are the instructions for LG, the other websites follow a similar procedure.
Sue C: Thanks, your updates included.
Also the sighting of Beatrice was a virtual one rather than an actual one. But hey! The world is still spinning on it's axis!
Chloe B: Things should quieten down a bit now!
jsb i dont understand this, it seems to be Microsoft Office 2010 ??
Bbabs: It is a spreadsheet summary, which is designed to consolidate the information from several websites.
Bbabs use our website link if you are having difficulties viewing the spreadsheet.
Oh i see what you mean. What I meant is, last time i had all the ospray names on google earth and could follow them that way, and i forgotten how to do it now
A big THANK YOU to JSB for taking the time to create this thread and input all the data. It will be invaluable to many of us off season. Also thanks to CHLOEB for the links to the website above. I don't use Google Earth because it takes up quite a bit of memory, and my laptop would be struggling, as it often is these days!
Wow JSB, SueC, Chloe! Yet another stellar document added to an already absolutely brilliant web site. Thank you all!!
Beatrice on stopover.
A tip to help you view the spreadsheet and the osprey websites simultaneously. Put up the spreadsheet fullscreen size, then click on one of the links on the right hand side, this will normally open on IE, if you are using Excel. Shrink the webpage (restore down button - extreme top right corner of page) to roughly half size or smaller, then you can study the data and the webpage together. Then if say you were looking at Beatrice's page, then select another link for another osprey, the new page replaces the old one and so on. It looks like this.