Yes, I too feel sure that I have seen treecreepers filmed in the same position on SW before.
PS. But perhaps even new activity feels like deja vu, even though not part of daily life......
My favourite was the ladies garden with all the cameras,
I have to agree.. What a lovely garden and dedicationand innovation from her. A camera has gone to the top of my Xmas present list ...... or my very own laptop would be really good lols!
Err... voice in my head just said "Dream on ...."
I know they may be busy down there but is there any chance we can get an update with the flooding...the webcams are down
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This is why.......
Blimey that looks bad..ta Sue
Love the proverb. Thankyou
Sorry to report that the webcams will not be online today. We're still under water.
We hope to be able to bring you updates on some of the animals we've been following later in the day.
If you have any photos or video of how wildlife has been affected by this storm, please send them in.
This is how things looked when we evacuated the site yesteray when we evacuated.
speaking of that lady with all the cameras in her garden-i've found her website
feel free to visit my page at elfwood a site for sci-fi and fantasy artwork and fiction
No webcams again today though the flooding is going down
They had the Barn Owl cam on until 6:30pm
Springwatch on as normal tonight
Great to see that the team have got through the worst of it and will be back on the air tonight. Awesome effort with the web cams too!!! I've had the barn owls on in the background whilst i've been working and they started hissing at something all of a sudden, nearly fell off my chair in alarm! They've settled down again now!
If we hear any gossip before the show i'll try and fill you in but i'm guessing the dyfi ospreys and the unprecedented events of the weekend will be the main talking points...
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IanHI've had the barn owls on in the background whilst i've been working and they started hissing at something all of a sudden, nearly fell off my chair in alarm!
Sorry Ian but I nearly fell off my chair laughing at that! ;-)
"All weeds are flowers, once you get to know them" (Eeyore)
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Marjus, i'm getting used to the hissing now! Great watching them snoozing though!
Just thought I'd bring your attention to the blog post from Russell down at Ynys-hir regarding life after the biggest summer deluge the area has seen, link below;
They have a treecreeper nest cam now!