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« on: 26-Feb-16, 11:01:43 am »

Two new cameras have just been installed at the Manchester, New Hampshire nest.

There is a PTZ cam:



And a perch cam:



They are also testing a cam with sound.

http://singledigits.com/about/falcon-webcam.html
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« Reply #1 on: 26-Feb-16, 02:57:37 pm »

Two new cameras have just been installed at the Manchester, New Hampshire nest.

There is a PTZ cam:



And a perch cam:



They are also testing a cam with sound.

http://singledigits.com/about/falcon-webcam.html

Every time I go to Manchester I'll always look to see if they are on the perch !!  I've inquired and they is no group for looking out for them-just cams.  That's what makes Rochester so special !!
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« Reply #2 on: 26-Feb-16, 11:30:31 pm »


Every time I go to Manchester I'll always look to see if they are on the perch !!  I've inquired and they is no group for looking out for them-just cams.  That's what makes Rochester so special !!

Sorry to hear there is no group watching over the peregrines in Manchester. I agree with you about Rochester, Lynne — Rochester has the best fledge watchers and also the best falcon watchers year round.

Both birds showed up at the nest today.








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