A miserable day ......
Rain Shadow ..... it was head-on to the camera ....... and it was going dark.
It might well have been the camera angle. When they sit head-on to the camera, sometimes you cannot see their dark feathers. (Unless it was one of their offspring from a previous year visiting, although I am not sure if storks normally behave like that.)
It looks like there are 3 birds ........ 2 black and white ones and a white one ....... unless it's the camera angle.
The storks have settled in nicely here. I hope we will see some babies soon.
WOW! It's made a world of difference.
It looks like they finally adjusted the brightness, a much clearer view now.
Hope springs eternal.
Let us hope for a happier outcome this time.
I agree ..... much too bright. I worry that the nest is not concave enough but on the other hand - a couple of years ago all the chicks died after heavy rain.
It is a pity the camera quality is not that great, they need to adjust the brightness.
I've just seen them doing the mating ritual. Look out for eggs. :D
I wish them well.
I see the storks have returned to this place.
No ..... I wonder if the birds have intuition about what went on here. I miss seeing them. This was one of the best stork cams.
Sadly, MD, I don't think we have any occupants this year.
This prison looks a lot nicer than Dartmoor.
Me, too. Will keep checking back.
Hi Homely ..... I hope we get to see good things. I don't think I'll ever forget that disaster ..... those poor parents trying to wake up the youngsters. I have my fingers crossed that things go well this year.
Fingers crossed that our visitors from last fall did the tidying up in anticipation of returning in March/April when the time comes! We need to keep a hopeful watch over this one :-)
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