9 thoughts on “Owlcam”

  1. What time does the sun come up in Vancouver? It’s 9:00 a.m. here and (therefore 6:00 a.m. there) and Mom and her babies are hiding in the dark. Nice project for the university students that set it up.

  2. Well, it is light here from 7 until 7 here now, and that University is further north so I would give it from 7:30 am to 6:30 pm, plus three, so 10:30 to 9:30 there. Or something like that.

  3. Well, the three Great Horned Owls haven’t made a single appearance UNLESS they did so when I was away from my computer. I wonder if they moved on or perhaps they went hunting today.

  4. Saw Mom once, the kids once, nobody a couple of times and now the space for the video is blank. I have watched Heroncam, Eaglecam and Peregrinecam (Regina City Hall) and owe thanks to the people who let me into the home lives of my fellow creatures.

  5. I saw Momma Owl with her back to me the first day Allegra posted the link, but haven’t been able to spot them since. I’m glad you saw them Nautilus3. The video cam seems to go to a still picture or be turned off before school, after school and on weekends. I did find a link for on-line courses.

  6. Nautilus3, it just occured to me. Considering my owl spotting capabilities with the webcam, I wonder if I could catch a fish in a stocked fish pond?

  7. I wrote TRU this morning when they put up the sign about fledging and asked if they saved any video footage of the owls. Now the site is promising pictures and video clips. So, I’m going to keep an eye out. This goes beyond a stocked fish pond, SO I’m bound to be able to see something if TRU does as they say.

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