Well, after three months of "down time" the camera is back online and our ospreys have flown south.While we do not know what caused the camera system to go offine in late July, we do know that it was nothing serious. Solar charge controller light was flashing indicating that it was under a float type of a charge.
Thursday, May 25, 2017 - No small white ball of fluff has followed the appearance of a broken egg shell on May 16, but Lily is still faithfully in the incubating position at the east end of the nest ledge.
It is very possible, and would explain her continued occupation of that end of the ledge. In preparation for a possible very late Falconwatch, we will be holding a VOLUNTEERS MEETING on Monday, June 19.
Anyone who has offered to help out this year will be contacted with details. If you would like to help out please be sure to let us know by e-mail. This image of Lily removing a shell from the nest would seem to suggest that one has indeed hatched!
The outpouring of love for the late Muhammad Ali should help serve as a reminder that in the end, society heralds athletes who are unabashedly themselves, and don’t bend to criticism.
That in the end, always being who you are, being authentic, and not apologizing for it, will win out.