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From:CanadianRaptorman

18:32

23/04/2014

The complete address is posted on the Google Map on the Carnyx site below the Goshawk streaming video.

SO43 7GR I assume is the Postal Code.

Bill
From:crowman66

18:06

23/04/2014

Going to see my son next fornight can somebody give me the postcode to the reptile centre cheers
From:CanadianRaptorman

16:10

23/04/2014

Some individual raptors will bend their toes to turn the talons under to avoid damage to an egg as they move about a clutch. Some do not with deathly consequences. This Goshawk pair do not.

Bill
From:melv

15:44

23/04/2014

The Yorks kestrels now have 6 eggs, the parents are going to be busy feeding that lot.
From:melv

15:24

23/04/2014

We had an unhatched egg in Sheffield last year. When they took the nesting platform down to renew it, they found a tiny pin prick in the shell caused by the male treading on the egg.
From:raptorman2

15:05

23/04/2014

The Nottingham Falcons have three chicks. One egg looks to be bad.
From:Tom Totton

13:53

23/04/2014

Mum busy tucking in fresh bark into the side of the nest before settling down
From:Tom Totton

08:54

23/04/2014

Mum still on the eggs, looking out over her domain.

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07:20

23/04/2014

Mum back with a piece of bark
From:

07:14

23/04/2014

Mum gohe off
From:Tom Totton

05:54

23/04/2014

Mum has just been standing up and digging into the bottom of the nest and moving the eggs around. The forecast for today is April Showers ,top Temp 15 degrees
From:Tom Totton

05:46

23/04/2014

Good morning, The birdsong is going well, Mrs Goss is on the nest. I have heard the Cuckoo. Earlier in the Gloom (5.30) it looked as though there were just the glow of the eggs in the nest and Mum was away
From:raptorman2

10:23

22/04/2014

Camera working fine now. The Camyx Yorkshire Dales site showing fine shots of Kestrel sitting on 5 eggs. You can even listen to the sheep and cows in the meadows outside the Barn.
From:Tom Totton

06:55

22/04/2014

Should have been SHOWERS.
If you go onto the Carnyx Wild site you can see the 3D picture of the Ospreys at Loch Garten
From:Tom Totton

06:51

22/04/2014

Good Morning, another damp day with typical April Sowers forecast with a top temp of 15 degrees.
unfortunately we have NO CAMERA , why we will have to wait and see ?? Hopefully it will be fixed soon.
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Latest News From The Nest
NFG

08:54

15/04/2014

There is a bandwidth problem with the internet connection and everything is being done to try and sort it out. Unfortunately in the meantime the picture quality will suffer.
DWN

07:26

05/04/2014

The 2014 Date with Nature at the Reptile Centre opens today at 10am, the first day of the season. We will then be open seven days a week, from 10am until 4.30pm, right up to 1st September.

Snakes and lizards are already starting to be seen in the pods, and the goshawk nest is looking great.
NFG

12:14

29/03/2014

We are now live from a Goshawk nest. The live stream may be intermittent over the next few days as we sort out all the connections. There is no infra-red light so there will only be sound at night,

This is a new nest and the female is on four eggs. The last egg was laid about thirty six hours ago.
NFG

09:44

11/11/2013

As you can see the camera is off again. There was a power cut. It should be back on shortly. Without wishing the demise of another deer, we will have another carcass when this does happen.
NFG

15:50

01/11/2013

Well the weather certainly caused a few problems. We are now live again. The flies did make short work of the carcass. We await a new one....
NFG

19:43

20/10/2013

As you can see we now have CarcassCam running, It is in a new area, so it may take a little while for foxes, buzzards etc to find it and feel comfortable about feeding. The camera is on 24hrs a day. There is a little bit of hum on the audio which we are unable to correct at the moment. The player DVR is working, so you should be able to watch any interesting things again after they happen.

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11/05/2012 09:30 M tries his hand at parenthood

MR arrives at the back of the nest and for6 minutes tries to cover the nest. 09:33 Mrs comes back with some food ,screams at Mr and he goes off Mrs screaming at him as he goes. Mrs then gives chicks some food the settles down

08/05/2012 06:20 Feed Plus 2 Visits By Male

Mrs Goss sat in the sunlight with the chicks poking their heads out. 6.19 A lot of calling from the pair 6.20 Mr arrives with breakfast (not very big) Mrs sends him off and feeds chicks 6.21 Mr arrives with more food and again gets scolded and goes off .Mrs feeding the family

07/05/2012 06:50 Squirrel Visit

Something has just landed on a branch to the righr of the picture.It is a squirrel ,and it has walked right round the back of the nest ,looking at the family. (pushing it's luck) Mr is calling in the background

06/05/2012 06:10 Female feeds 4 Chicks

Female brings in a squirrel and feeds the four hatched chicks. The Male also visits

02/05/2012 Male Visit, Female Feeds Chicks

Feed

28/04/2012 Male Visit, Female Feed

Male delivers food for the female

  
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