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Old Friday 8th April 2005, 09:56   #1
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White Stork - Live webcam

It's very good and in real time. Are those House Sparrows (passer domesticus) going in and out of the Stork's nest?

http://www.storchennest.de/en/index_423.html

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Old Friday 8th April 2005, 10:15   #2
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It's very good and in real time. Are those House Sparrows (passer domesticus) going in and out of the Stork's nest?

http://www.storchennest.de/en/index_423.html

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Yes this is an excellent cam. The only other one of its type on the Internet is an osprey one on Long Island New York.

They are definitely the future of webcams!

http://puleston.osprey.bnl.org/OspreyFund/ospreycam.php
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Old Friday 8th April 2005, 11:11   #3
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if you have the stork cam running and then you load the osprey one then the osprey one comes up on the white stork one
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Good sites guys, Thanks

Perhaps one of your scottish members could set up 'Belted Kingfisher Cam' !!!!
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Nice, are the peregrines back on Wall Street? That webcam was good last year.
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Old Saturday 9th April 2005, 06:28   #6
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Wonder how long that mike will last???
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Thanks for the links.

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Just to let you all know - the Stork is now sitting on the nest. Hopefully the eggs have now been laid and this cam will start to get a bit more interesting!

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This is currently gripping. Adult turning the eggs.
http://www.bociany.kalinski.pl/

(Probably stopped by the time I type this)
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This is currently gripping. Adult turning the eggs.
http://www.bociany.kalinski.pl/

(Probably stopped by the time I type this)
Check the Osprey site. At least one chick has hatched.
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Old Saturday 21st May 2005, 15:33   #11
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Cams really are the future, I would say that though! My actually camera is knocking on a bit I really to upgrade it, that stork cam is excellent! Shame there appears to be a football match nearby,what is all that roaring!

When that stream came online my father in law ran out to the sun lounge thinking a cat had brought in a bird!
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