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BermudaCahowCam Aug 1
Replying to @MSzelmeczka
Isaias is not a threat to Bermuda and the next tropical wave is still pretty disorganized but will be watched closely for the next couple of days.
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BermudaCahowCam Aug 1
Replying to @LynnBla43670854
The volunteers at Cornell have not heard anything about Stormy since the cams went offline.
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BermudaCahowCam Jul 11
Heads up -- the cams are now offline on purpose for needed repairs and upgrades. We'll let you know when they are back up and running. 7/11/20
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BermudaCahowCam Jul 10
14:20 7/10 Cockroach on cam -- note the 6 legs and a pair of antennae that make it an insect. Cockroaches have chewing mouthparts and will consume any organic food source available to them. So they serve as an efficient clean-up crew in a Cahow burrow.
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BermudaCahowCam Jul 10
1:33 7/10 Have you noticed the cable dinging in the Cahow cam 1 burrow? Here's the scoop from Nonsuch Expeditions: That's the microphone that the land crabs now seem to have dug out of the back of the burrow. There is a lot of maintenance needs to be done during the off season...
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GirlillaOwl Girl Jul 9
Replying to @BermudaCahowCam
02:34 7/10/20 I can hear Stormy softly purring in the tunnel! He arrived at 00:54. He went straight inside to the burrow but spent under a minute there & then back into the tunnel. He seemed just a bit agitated in the burrow. But he sounds great now! 🎶💖
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Nonsuch Expeditions Jul 10
As both the CahowCam and TropicbirdCam seasons are now over, the cameras will be going offline sporadically for the next few months as we conduct much needed power, network and camera maintenance and work towards a full system upgrade for next Season.
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BermudaCahowCam Jul 9
Replying to @MSzelmeczka
Yes -- this will stay in place until October even though the Cahows are finished nesting.
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BermudaCahowCam Jul 9
Replying to @kerrjk
It was in early August last year.
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BermudaCahowCam Jul 9
00:11 7/9 Before the cams stopped streaming, Stormy made an appearance in the Cahow cam 2 burrow. Outage has been reported.
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BermudaCahowCam Jul 8
23:39 7/8 Cams are still streaming but no sign of Stormy yet.
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BermudaCahowCam Jul 8
Replying to @MSzelmeczka
Looks like some cable for the camera.
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BermudaCahowCam Jul 8
13:40 7/8 Cams are back up...for now. Here's a good look at a Longbodied Cellar Spider in the Cahow cam 1 burrow. You can probably guess why they are often called Daddy Longlegs (although true Daddy Longlegs/Harvestmen are not spiders but belong to the order Opiliones).
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The Seabird Group Jul 8
Check out this fascinating story of the decline and amazing recovery of the Bermuda Petrel or Cahow, by 's Maria Dias, & Monica Silva. (Published in our last members' newsletter.) Also see:
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BermudaCahowCam Jul 7
Replying to @VRValicento
Don't know what is happening on Bermuda.
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BermudaCahowCam Jul 7
22:42 7/7 No sign or sound of Stormy yet. Unfortunately, shortly after this screen shot, the cams stopped streaming. :(
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BermudaCahowCam Jul 7
11:11 7/7 Cams are back up and there's a beautiful view from cam 3.
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BermudaCahowCam Jul 7
Cams are down again this morning -- it has been reported.
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BermudaCahowCam Jul 6
22:44 7/6 Stormy arrives at the Cahow burrow 2 tunnel.
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BermudaCahowCam Jul 6
11:51 7/6 Giant Land Crab in Cahow cam 1 burrow.
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