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LIVE Webcam Feed from one of Scotlands Famous OSPREY NESTS
#1
Hi,
For those of you, like me, who enjoy the great outdoors and nature...

May I present the LIVE webcam feed from one of Scotland's best Osprey nest cameras... LOCH of The LOWES


LIVE FEED HERE


I hope that you enjoy this wee slice of Scottish Wildlife!

Cheers!

BigG
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#2
Very cool !

with lil babies !!!

There used to be a wildlife live webcam located in Africa by a lake. I'd spend hours sometimes, just looking at what would come by to have a drink...

Lions, giraffes, tigers and all sorts of small creatures...it was amazing. As it worked on donations, it eventually shut down : (

Cool stuff !!
Once upon a time...formally known as SonoftheSun
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#3
(06-08-2016, 09:19 PM)gordi Wrote: Hi,
For those of you, like me, who enjoy the great outdoors and nature...

May I present the LIVE webcam feed from one of Scotland's best Osprey nest cameras... LOCH of The LOWES


LIVE FEED HERE


I hope that you enjoy this wee slice of Scottish Wildlife!

Cheers!

BigG

I got an "error loading" message, but that's probably just my possessed computer. :stumped:
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#4
Fantastic, Gordi! Thank you.
I remember when these beautiful birds were introduced at Loch Garten.
(I think that's correct!)
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(06-10-2016, 09:23 PM)BIAD Wrote: Fantastic, Gordi! Thank you.
I remember when these beautiful birds were introduced at Loch Garten.
(I think that's correct!)

Correct indeed!
And there is still a nest there too, AND they have chicks now too! And there is a webcam on them!
(But it's not as good quality as this one!)
G
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#6
(06-10-2016, 10:17 PM)gordi Wrote: Correct indeed!
And there is still a nest there too, AND they have chicks now too! And there is a webcam on them!
(But it's not as good quality as this one!)
G

I've always felt privileged when one can see such natural wonders.
On a side-note, I watched a very-old movie early on Saturday morning that
was located in your neck-of-the-woods!

I first watched it as a child and it always makes me smile. 'The Maggie'
IMDb.
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(06-11-2016, 09:20 AM)BIAD Wrote:
(06-10-2016, 10:17 PM)gordi Wrote: Correct indeed!
And there is still a nest there too, AND they have chicks now too! And there is a webcam on them!
(But it's not as good quality as this one!)
G

I've always felt privileged when one can see such natural wonders.
On a side-note, I watched a very-old movie early on Saturday morning that
was located in your neck-of-the-woods!

I first watched it as a child and it always makes me smile. 'The Maggie'
IMDb.

SUPERB! Chap. I love the quaint old Scottish Islands based movies...
Whisky Galore and Rockets Galore spring to mind.
I'm sure I've seen tha Maggie years ago.... but the plot escapes me.... I need to see it again soon!

Cheers bro!
G
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#8
Found it !

Pete's Pond is located in Mashatu Reserve, Botswana, Africa. It used to be hosted by National Geographic.

Man...I thought it had disappeared from existence but it's still there, hosted by Sportsman's Paradise Online.

What makes it exceptionally cool is that the webcam reacts to movement and will zoom in when an animal gets close-by.

It is live now, 24 hours a day, including night vision after the sun sets.

You can spend hours and not see a thing and be right there at the right moment and see elephants, giraffes, a lion or baboons...but there is waaay more than those in that reserve...


[Edited to add: Zebras at this very moment...]


Linkie:


http://sportsmansparadiseonline.com/Live...e_Cam.html


:biggrin:
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#9
(06-11-2016, 01:43 PM)solarius Wrote: Found it !

Pete's Pond is located in Mashatu Reserve, Botswana, Africa. It used to be hosted by National Geographic.

Man...I thought it had disappeared from existence but it's still there, hosted by Sportsman's Paradise Online.

What makes it exceptionally cool is that the webcam reacts to movement and will zoom in when an animal gets close-by.

It is live now, 24 hours a day, including night vision after the sun sets.

You can spend hours and not see a thing and be right there at the right moment and see elephants, giraffes, a lion or baboons...but there is waaay more than those in that reserve...


[Edited to add: Zebras at this very moment...]


Linkie:


http://sportsmansparadiseonline.com/Live...e_Cam.html


:biggrin:

Nice!
G
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