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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.
Beautiful morning hike in the Eldorado National Forest delivered some nice species! Species list is found in the description of the video and all species are tagged.
Habitat
Temperate Forest
Location
Eldorado National Forest, California
Date taken
3rd of August 2023
Scientific name
Eldorado National Forest, Picoides arcticus, Pandion haliaetus carolinensis, Actitis macularia, Geothlypis tolmiei, Cardellina pusilla, Junco hyemalis
Equipment used
Sony FDR-AX53
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Hi again Levideen... thanks again... think I've got everything linked - don't know if you want to check?

Could you confirm for me whether you took the video on the 3rd August, or the 8th March please. Dates can cause a lot of confusion LOL, so putting the month in as a word makes it really clear.

Now I think I got it wrong on the article re the butterfly, as it's just struck me that you mean the 8th March LOL.

Still a great video though
 
Hi again Levideen... thanks again... think I've got everything linked - don't know if you want to check?

Could you confirm for me whether you took the video on the 3rd August, or the 8th March please. Dates can cause a lot of confusion LOL, so putting the month in as a word makes it really clear.

Now I think I got it wrong on the article re the butterfly, as it's just struck me that you mean the 8th March LOL.

Still a great video though
Hi there,

I noticed you forgot to link the Dark-Eyed Junco.

You got it right, it's the 3rd of august. Changed it into words to make it more clear.

Thanks again! :)
 
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I noticed you forgot to link the Dark-Eyed Junco.
So I did.... well spotted.

Now added.

And thanks for addressing the date issue. As you say, avoids confusion.,,, you know a woman got arrested at an airport when she was returning home to the UK with her family. Spent some time in prison as the records showed she'd over-stayed on a previous visit. The computer system had been updated and made a mess of her dates, which made it appear she'd returned home on a different date! Rather scary that LOL
 
So I did.... well spotted.

Now added.

And thanks for addressing the date issue. As you say, avoids confusion.,,, you know a woman got arrested at an airport when she was returning home to the UK with her family. Spent some time in prison as the records showed she'd over-stayed on a previous visit. The computer system had been updated and made a mess of her dates, which made it appear she'd returned home on a different date! Rather scary that LOL
Wow that's a weird and very big mistake. Makes me gonna think twice about how to fill in the date in the future!
 
A beautiful film. As a California resident I would certainly count the Black-backed Woodpecker as a special bird. They are resident in the Sierra Nevada, but not easy to find.
 

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