Date: 5/8/20 5:32 am From: Mamuniaangel <000002fe774c7bcd-dmarc-request...> Subject: Re: [VTBIRD] Bluebird cam, Thursday edition and MP4 files - resending
One other tiny tech thing is to remove the period at the end of the web address in the search bar. ¬†Ian, as much as it is like fingernails on the blackboard, use the return key instead of punctuating a web address when sending the link.Those eggs are beautiful!!Angel Harris
From: Ian Clark <ian...>
Sent: Fri, May 8, 2020 7:17 am
Subject: [VTBIRD] Bluebird cam, Thursday edition and MP4 files - resending
Sorry if this shows up twice. Sent it Thursday afternoon and it hasn't shown
up in my inbox..
We've got a second egg, laid just after 0900 this morning. For those with
Flash, you can see it here:
http://ian.ianclark.com/bluebirds/bbirds-5-7-2020.html. Mrs. lays an egg
sometime during the video, perhaps someone with sharp eyes can tell when.
About 50 seconds in, Mr. sticks his head in with a snack for Mrs.
For those that can't view Flash videos, try the videos at
http://ian.ianclark.com/bluebirds/bbirds-mp4.html. They're MP4 versions of
all the files. The image quality isn't as good (it wasn't great to begin
with), but they're fun to watch. There's no 'back' link on the videos, just
use your browser's back button.
From the win some, lose some department; this morning a friend caught up to
me and showed me cell phone pix of a woodcock on her nest that he had just
taken. While we were talking, we got to see a peregrine fly over (over the
Newbury, VT, Vet Clinic). By the time I got to the woodcock nest, the three
eggs had hatched, and the birds were nowhere to be found. Which probably
means they were all right there looking at us.