Monday, June 04, 2007

OspreyCam up and Running

I am happy to report that the OspreyCam is up and running again. It appeared to me that someone hacked into the computer and caused all sorts of problems. I have the camera up and running, but my access to the computer is limited because it has been compromised by the attack. Hopefully, it will stay running on its own without maintenance.

As far as the moving around, we are working on stabilizing the camera, but in high wind it will be a bit bumpy because of the amount we are zoomed in. Next year, we are hoping to move the camera closer to the nest to fix this problem.

I will be out in the field again tomorrow and away from a computer, but let’s hope that that the camera keeps running.

Wing Goodale, BioDiversity Research Institute


Anonymous J said...

What is the MATTER with some people? Why on earth would someone hack into BRI's site & cause problems? I am an older person & to me 'hack' is a nasty 4 letter word associated with these worries me for the safety of BRI and for me too! If there's anything we can do...... you know we will!!

Wing & BRI Thanks for your unwavering dedication to your work & our education. We will continue to honor both.

Thanks for getting the live video back on the osprey cam - I think!!! The wind is wild!!!! can you imagine being on the nest? And what keeps the nest from blowing away, they look so ummmmmm, put together?

J in SP ME

1:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Wing and the folks at BRI. So sad to think that there's a possibility of someone hacking into your computers, definitely someone with too much time on their hands!! If that is indeed the case I hope they will get caught and that they will throw the book at them. They deserve to be taken to a remote island to do research work and left there to fend for themselves all summer.

Loon and Eagle Lover

2:42 PM  
Anonymous Delaney said...

My first visit to the Osprey cam, and I'm gettin' seasick! I'm not even able to tell if there are eggs, chicks, or alligators :) in there! I'll try from time to time, but maybe not again today! The wind is crazy isn't it?
Thank you to Wing and all of the others at BRI for making this all possible. But, what with all this watchin', I'm not getting a thing done!
Good day,
from one of your BRI addicts!

3:04 PM  
Blogger gigi 1 said...

I LOVE the osprey cam! The wind is still blowing pretty good. Does anyone know how high off the water the nest is? Hackers beware if Paris Hilton can go to jail so can you, and you'll probably get more time. GOOD!!!! You deserve it. Wing and Bri keep up the fantastic work. You are appreciated, THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU. 6/5 0858

8:59 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

wow, it's looking a bit blustery today. HOpe you guys packed your rain gear!!

9:14 AM  
Blogger SoCal CBCat said...

Tuesday, 06.05, 6:45 am PDT

Good morning Wing and all bloggers! You know, it doesn't take much to get me excited. The osprey cam is less rocky this am; I could identify the osprey sitting on the nest; Dad flew in to say 'hi' and left. All in 2 min. Great way to start my day.

Wing, I applaud you guys on this first year of osprey cam. Like all technical stuff, you have to work out the bugs for a while. I can wait with no complaints. Keep up the excellent work.

Hi, Anna! I know you're out there.

9:45 AM  
Anonymous J said...

Oh no Eagle and Loon Lover....a remote island sound too much like vacation to me!! Beautiful sunrises, clean cool air, quiet and I'm thinking the hacker should go into maybe the western Maine woods in the black fly or mosquito or no-see-um season and work in the heat of the day. When you hike in the woods, doesn't it always seem like there's one big deer fly or horse fly that decides you will be the victim of the irritating torture of his incessent buzzing & biting? Take the hacker there......

Thanks for listening & please forgive the horrible thoughts.........

J in SP ME

9:56 AM  
Blogger Bonnie said...

Tuesday June 5 Noon Eastern Time

The storm seems to be over. Finally saw the ospreys. Mom, the one sitting on the nest, stood up and poked at the nest bowl, maybe turning an egg. Dad was sitting on the edge of the platform, preening. Maybe Mom has been there all along, but until now she sat so still I couldn't see her. Now that I know what to look for maybe I'll see more.

If I understood the blog, eggs were laid a few weeks ago. Do we have a projected date when they may hatch? How long does incubation usually last, and how long do chicks stay in the nest?

Bonnie in Salem MA

12:33 PM  
Blogger Chris said...

Tuesday, 6/5

Hello Fellow Bloggers!

Wow, what disconcerting news from Wing regarding the computer hacker. I just can't imagine why anyone would ever want to do something like that!

I looked in on the osprey nest a day or two ago, saw the image jiggling all around and decided like another blogger here that it was just too much movement to watch for very long, so I went back to the eagle cam. I have a weakness for the eagles. Even when there is little activity at the nest, I keep looking to try to catch a glimpse or listening to hear the call of these beautiful creatures. Sooner or later they don't let me down and come to visit. Presently at 1:31 PM ET, I hear their call, sounds like Mom, not too far away but she's teasing visual. At least the nest is beginning to dry out from yesterday's rain. Dad was at the nest yesterday very briefly doing a bit of housekeeping.

Well, I hope BRI figures out who is hacking into the computer. Wing, thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to update us and fix all of the sophisticated equipment. As always, your work sounds very interesting and is much appreciated by those of us who love wildlife!

Talk to you later, fellow armchair biologists!

Grand Island, NY

1:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I clicked in this morning in time to see a nest exchange. Then when the female returned the maled moved tree limbs around and tidied up a bit before flying off again.

Hope there will be sound added, they did vocalize at each other.

This is pretty cool. Is there any way to move the camera in just a little more??? It's hard to see the osprey.

3:29 PM  
Blogger Bonnie said...

Tuesday June 5, 5 PM Eastern Time

Now that I know what to look for, I've been able to see Mom Osprey's head above the nest every time I've checked this afternoon. She keeps a low profile, but I'm not sure if she was there when the webcam first went live. I'm curious to know what others have seen.

5:03 PM  
Anonymous Linnie from Fairfield said...

Hello folks, 6/5 2000

Just got home from work......put the Live on and after reading the blogs I started hearing some eagle-screeching...very, very nearby. Thought I was going to finally see them after days of monitoring, but here I sit, minutes later, and all is quiet. Did I just miss them?
Our bloggers are dwindling....thanks for all the faithful that do say hello from time to time.
Our nest seems so strong and has such a presence, it just struck me that it's a shame that it sits empty.
2004 They are still squawkin! But, hiding, they must be perched just out of site.....the picture just went black and white. They are teasin' us!
Nope, at 2007, I could hear them again, as they flew away.....they are nearby, but not in the same proximity...oh well!

Well, I will stay tuned for awhile...waiting for an appearance....hoping for a note from Anna......
I'm keeping the faith for you, Anna, until you return with your own.

8:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

June 4, Tues.
Well here we are at the "Osprey Cam."
I can see the still picture that updates every 15 min. but no Ospreys are there. I can't seem to get the live cam.
I must've missed something. What's this about someone trying to hack in to BRI?
I am looking forward to seeing an osprey! Hello to everyone and I'm still looking to see what Anna has been thinking about all this? (((((Anna))))) Hope all is well.
Maggie, NH

8:28 PM  
Anonymous Lotte said...

June 05, 2007

Tuned in at 8:11pm and heard a raspy voice (Dad. maybe?)calling very close to the cam, but no eagle. He kept on calling, the voice got softer, then very loud, almost metallic. I wish he had put in an appearance, but no such luck today. I can wait. It was good to hear his/her voice.

8:29 PM  
Blogger Chris said...

Tuesday, 6/5

Just a short note before I hit the hay. There were no eagles on the nest this past evening (that I saw) but 2 fly-bys were seen and a lot of vocalization by Mom very close to the mic. I also heard Dad on 2 occasions. They continue to stay fairly close to their nest.

I checked in on the osprey nest. It isn't jiggling around as before. I'll have to train my eye better to spot Mom. Apparently she's there but blends in with the nest. Keep me posted!

I understand that there was some wild weather in New England today..even a possible tornado. All of the BRI nests seem fine so we have to be thankful for that. Hate to hound Anna....but we could have used your excellent weather reports today.

Looking forward to reading your posts. Maybe Wing will get a moment to update us on his field work. Hopefully, there will be no more problems with hackers!

Take care fellow bloggers!

Grand Island, NY

11:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

06/06 @ 07:55

Yikes, I have not seen the eagles live for a long, long time. Thank you everyone who continues to blog ... I count on you for updates and video/pics!

Just caught an osprey nest exchange for the first time. Wish that I could hear what they sound like. Also wish that I could id them.

Thanks, again, Wing for the service that you and the BRI staff provide. Sorry the job is now complicated by hackers!


7:59 AM  
Blogger jeanette said...

8:30 AM June 6th

I can just see a head peeking above the nest. must be mom or dad. Have they been there all the time just hunkered down during the bad weather?

8:47 AM  
Blogger Ward said...

Wednesday, June 6 @8:56

Observed osprey on nest and a smaller bird perched on the edge, probably a pigeon. The osprey didn't seem too concerned about the smaller bird, but was alert to it. The pigeon flew off and right behind him came the other osprey. Quite a sight!! Sometimes when I look at the nest I don't realize that there is indeed an osprey there. They blend in so well. Great to see them nesting and can't wait for the loons to do the same.

Ward-Massena, NY

9:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wed. June 6th lots of distant vocalization all morning by both Mom and Dad but no nest visit. Good to at least hear them.

cathy h in mass

11:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any information on the Eagle camera? I have seen only blank screen on the initial page, and a black screen on the "live" shot. Has it been discontinued for the rest of the year? Best of luck with "Hacker"--sounds like an episode of "Cyberspace" that my children used to watch!!
k in sp

12:29 PM  
Anonymous NJ In California said...

I just saw the osprey land in the nest! It's so exciting! She (?) is arranging some twigs, and sitting. It's 9:45 am PST.

1:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wed. June 6th: just checked in on the loon cam 1:25PM and saw 1 loon in the water just before the land area. I don't know how long he/she was there but it swam away after about a minute. My first sighting this year. Yeah!

cathy h in mass

1:30 PM  
Anonymous J said...

To Bonnie in will find answers to all your questions if you click on Osprey Natural History which you'll see on the page that offers the still photo of the Osprey.

It's hard to stay on the osprey page when it's sharing the blog with the Eagles. Maybe because of the hacking???? Could we all be specific as to which species we're viewing when blogging?


J in SP ME

3:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is 3:40 EDT p.m. and I have just been watching the ospreys! I noticed something in the nest and then another flew in. Right now looks like they are rearranging sticks. Now that I see them I know where to look, and the size conpared to the nest, thought they would look bigger. After just getting disconnected right at the moment of the egg taking at the Minn. loon nest after waiting so long and being dissappointed, this sure was a highlight of my day!
Karen in Denmark

3:45 PM  
Blogger Chris said...

Hello, hello!

At 3:21 PM ET I saw the osprey for the 1st time..very sweet, seems to be looking over the nest. At 3:25 PM hunkered down and fly-by by ? Dad O (that's cute...we could call him "Daddy-O"). They are sure harder to pick out then the eagles but I'm getting into this cam!!! I found this link if anyone wants to hear what an osprey sounds like:

Our eagles are around the nest and very vocal over the past couple of days. Dad visited today at 5:20 AM ET... he's such a cutie pie ...just love him. A squirrel climbed onto the nest at 9:49 AM (long trip up there!). So Mom and Dad are staying close to the nest...we all just have to be patient to catch a glimpse.

I haven't caught sight of the loons yet..I'll be watching. Keep me posted!

Very cold here in western NY today. It was 86 on Monday and last night it got down to 41! Is it chilly in Maine too? Anna, I think I speak for all of us...Maggie, Linnie ... everyone, we miss your contribution to the blog. Please reconsider and begin posting again.

Well fellow armchair biologists, keep watching the cams... the action is picking up with the osprey and the loons. Maybe I can get a link to the captures of Dad on the Eagle Cam this AM.

Grand Island, NY

3:50 PM  
Blogger Bonnie said...

Wednesday June 6, 5PM Eastern Time
Saw an osprey on the nest standing up and pecking down into the nest bowl. Eating a fish? It looked as if she was raising her head to swallow between bites. A few seconds later the other osprey flew in, and started pecking down into the bowl. Then my two minutes was up.
When I checked again about 5:10 the second osprey was gone. All I could see was an occasional flash of white as the osprey sitting on the eggs turned its head.

Bonnie in Salem MA

5:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

no matter what i do all i can get is the eagle cam live. any one out there that can tell me if i am doing something wrong.would love to watch live.

5:44 PM  
Blogger Chris said...

Thursday, 5/7 12 Noon ET

Hello Fellow Bloggers!

The nests have been very quiet today. I checked in on the osprey nest a few minutes ago to see "Momma-O" rocking gently on her nest with the waves. I still haven't spotted the loons but will keep checking.

Our eagle's nest has been quiet today. I promised that I would try to get a picture of Dad's visit for you. I contacted a fellow eagle addict, Sherri who is most talented with getting captures of our eagles. You can find her captures of Dad's 5/6 early morning (5:20 AM) visit at:

Keep watching the cams fellow armchair biologists! I look forward to your comments. So glad to see that all of BRI's nest cams are bright and sunshiny today!

Grand Island, NY

12:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

06/07 @ 12:28

Still no luck finding the eagles at home but I did witness another osprey nest exchange at around 12:21. Nice to see that they are also dutiful parents ... look forward to hatching.

Also have been checking the loon cam and, while I have not seen a loon, I discovered a separate blog for the loon cam.


12:31 PM  
Anonymous JudyB said...

I noticed that some people are finding it hard to see if there is an osprey on the nest - and I'm not surprised! Here's a picture I call "the incredible disappearing Mom" - click here. And if she puts her head down (the way she does when it's very windy or rainy) she'll vanish completely!

1:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've had the opportunity to see a couple of nest exchanges with the ospreys. I have a question. How many days to the osprey incubate their eggs before they hatch? How many days have they been incubating at this time?

1:06 PM  
Anonymous Jamie, Elmwood Park, IL said...

I recently read where the bald eagle is to be removed from the Endangered List but supposedly will be protected under a Bald Eagle Protection list. Will this in any way negatively affect our eagles?

2:57 PM  
Anonymous Ellen in CA said...

At 12:07 PDT, baby lifts head, calls, and looks around for parents (and food). No sound on this cam? I'm not getting any. Cheers to all lucky BRI cam watchers from California.

3:09 PM  
Anonymous Ellen in California said...

Holy smokes, is my face red! I thought I was seeing a juvenile, but it turns out to be the mom! Sorry for my earlier posting where I claimed to see the baby. I am surprised by how relatively petite the osprey is (have gotten used to the frame-filling size of the eagles and loons!). OK, mea gulpa, and cheers again from California. :)

3:17 PM  
Blogger Bonnie said...

Sounds like a few folks may be confused about how to navigate this website and what to expect. To get to the OspreyCam, click on "Watching Wildlife" at the top of the BRI home page. The page that comes up offers the choice of ospreys as well as eagles and loons. The live osprey cam works for 2 minutes, same as the live loon cam. So far the live osprey cam doesn't have sound. (I hope the sound can be made to work - sound adds a lot!)

For many of us the "15 second updates" do not update, so if you have this problem you are not alone. Does it work for anyone?

The eagles and ospreys share a blog, so everybody please try to remember to say which nest you are watching, as well as day, date, and time. The loon cam has its own blog, but please state day, date, and time.

4:46 PM  
Blogger Bonnie said...

Thursday June 7, 4:50 Eastern Time
Osprey Nest. When I checked in I couldn't tell if anybody was home. Then an osprey flew in and hopped around for a moment. Finally the osprey hunkered down on the eggs stood up, and they exchanged places.

4:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

June 7, Thurs.
The eagle nest is empty but sure looks beautiful rocking in the breeze with the azure blue backround! I haven't been able to access the loon cam or the osprey cam aside from the still shot that updates every so often.
I can't wait to see a loon or an osprey or even a chickedee at this point!
Hoping everyone has a fine weekend. Hello to Anna. I miss you.

4:58 PM  
Anonymous Lotte said...

june 7

Oh, joy! The 15-second Updates is working. The eagle's nest with its blue-waters background is one gorgeous scene to behold. I'm going back to the live-cam and wait for the eagles to call.
Happy sigh, and thnk you..

5:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

06/07 @ 18:44

Hooray and thank you! Have the eagle still again. Will have to watch closely to see if it is updating.


6:43 PM  
Anonymous JudyB said...

Someone was asking how long osprey incubate their young, and how long they've been incubating. The first question is sort of easy - incubation is usually 35 - 40 days, though there have been reports of eggs hatching as soon as 32 days or as late as 43 days.

The second is trickier. Wing said in the initial announcement about the nest on May 31st that "The osprey pair began building their nest two weeks ago and we believe are now tending to a least two eggs." Eggs usually hatch about 3 days apart, so the first egg was probably May 27 or earlier. 35 days from then is July 1st - so I'm guessing there will be chicks the first (or maybe second) week of July!

But a lot of that is just a guess - we may have to wait to see what the osprey show us.

9:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

06/07 @ 20:34

Whoops, eagle still cam has not updated.


9:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I found a live cam of a falcon: and it's nesting. Very cool!


7:48 AM  
Blogger Chris said...

Friday, June 8th

Hello Everyone!

Mom greeted the "early birds" watching the eagle cam this AM about 4:30 ET with a very loud vocalization. Her "speech" was short and we haven't heard from her since.

Bonnie, Thank you for answering the technical questions. I'm not good at the technical stuff... usually keep clicking on things until I get what I want. I have noticed that the 15 second update continues to be a blank white screen. I click on the watch live button and once the screen comes up, keep clicking the play button if it doesn't start on its own. I know... not a very "techy" answer but it works.

Thank you JudyB for your amazing "incredible disappearing Mom" pictures from the osprey nest and for answering the incubation questions! Very helpful! Maybe we'll have 4th of July Babies on the Osprey Nest!

Another eagle addict, Sir Lance brought attention to a CNN e-article about bald eagles. Jamie, this article answers questions about the Bald Eagle Protection Act as well as providing a wealth of other interesting information/links on eagles. You can find the e-article

I won't have much time to watch our cams today and therefore thank you in advance for keeping me posted with your great observations.

Wing, Thank you for the frequent blog updates! We look forward to getting your report on work in the field!

Keep the faith fellow armchair biologists!

Grand Island, NY

8:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Osprey Cam - Fri. 6/8 8:30AM
Both parents in nest. Mom sitting on eggs. Dad walking around her. Seems to be nudging her tenderly on the head every so often. It's funny cuz every time he goes to walk, he flaps his wings to keep steady. Wondering if we'll see babies soon. Does anyone know how many eggs in the nest?

cathy h in mass

8:40 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

06/08 @ 09:06


Interesting to observe a smaller bird walking all around the osprey nest. At one point the osprey was standing and only when the bird came too close did the osprey chase it. The osprey then settled on the eggs and the other bird returned and continues to poke around the nest.

Lucky to catch another nest exchange at 09:09. I like all of the wing action/flapping of these two. Gosh, that smaller bird returned again even though two osprey are standing in the nest.

Unlike our eagle pair, I do not see much interaction between the two osprey ... perhaps they are talking to each other. I miss Mr. Mom tidying things while Ms. Mom watched.

Hmmm, the osprey that landed took off again and the nesting bird is poking around the eggs (no nest exchange). Maybe it called in the mate to assist with the persistent little intruder.


9:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

June 8 9:51 EDT
Have been watching the osprey cam, there is one on the nest and one on the corner of stand preening. So pretty. We have seen the ospreys at Wolf Neck Park over several years and a ranger let us watch through a spotting scope once. We also watched as one caught fish turning its head out as they do and carry it to the nest. A sight to see!
Karen in Denmark

9:56 AM  
Blogger SoCal CBCat said...

Friday, 06.08 7:50 am PDT

For those asking for info on the osprey, a link on the osprey cam site takes you to an Audubon osprey page.

I have not been lucky enough to see a nest exchange. I know some of you have. Does anyone have a video to share? Also, because the cam is so far from the nest this year, the birds look small. They have a 6-foot wing-spread! It will help if you double-click on the small view to get a full screen picture. You can also right-click and choose 'zoom'. View is a little fuzzy, but I like it better.

Wow! Just saw a pigeon near the nest as another blogger did earlier. Osprey not impressed. But it gave some perspective on Dad's size as he stood nearby. Big bird! I say 'Dad', but I don't really know which is which. Have any viewers noted differences between Mom and Dad? I know Mom is somewat larger, but that' about it. Both on the nest as I watch now.

Eagle nest (now that is HUGE) was quiet when I checked in. Very beautiful and serene. Lots of history there. I love it.

Hooray! Just saw a nest exchange. They are a part of me now.

Later, fellow bloggers.

10:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks Sandy!,
I just clicked on Falcon Cam and one parent on nest just as another landed with bird and started feeding 3 hungry babies! They are ravenous. Parent didn't even remove feathers like the eagles did. This was about 2:20 EDT.
Karen in Denmark

2:27 PM  
Blogger Bonnie said...

Friday June 8, 1:55PM Eastern Time

I've checked in several times over the past two hours, and Mom Osprey, or whichever of the two is on the nest, seems much more restless than on previous days. She keeps getting up and turning around as if she can't get comfortable on her lumpy bed. Or maybe she's hungry? Or maybe this is Dad wondering when Mom is going to get back? The Audubon information says osprey dads leave most of the sitting to mom, but several of us have witnessed this pair doing nest exchanges just like the eagles.

At one point, just before 2PM Eastern, she/he actually got up and flew over to the edge of the platform as if to take off, but then she/he returned to duty. A minute later I saw a large bird that might have been an osprey fly past, but it did not land.

2:20 PM she/he got up again and pecked at something in the nest bowl, maybe the remains of a previous meal. I think she/he's hungry. I hope all is well.

About 2:45 I tuned in to see the osprey eating, so maybe I missed a nest exchange or the delivery of a fish. I guess this is Mom back. After eating she preened on the edge of the platform and then settled back on the nest.

By the way, thanks to Chris in NY for pointing out that the "Play" button works. It hadn't occurred to me to try it. If your two minutes expires just when something interesting is going on, click "Play" and you only miss a couple of seconds.

Bonnie in Salem MA

3:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

6:67 pm Central time: I finally saw two ospreys standing up. #2 flew in and I thought there would be a nest exchange, but after nudging #1 off the eggs, #2 just stood around. Every so often it would flap its wings vigorously. I wonder what that means? It almost looks like it's trying to get a breeze going.

8:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I finally get to see the female eagle at 4:50 this morning EST 6/9/07. What a treat. The male was calling in the background after she flew off.

I live in Central NY and two eagles and an osprey flew over our house a couple of weeks ago. It was just awesome.

Kim in Central NY

4:56 AM  
Blogger Chris said...

Saturday, 6/9

Good Morning Fellow Armchair Biologists!

I slept in until 5 AM ET today. That extra sleep cost me catching Dad's visit on the Eagle cam at 4:40-4:49 AM. Thank goodness fellow eagle addicts, Sherri and Birder are earlier risers. You can see their captures of Dad's visit by going to:

Lots of "little birdie" conversation on the eagle cam presently (6:47 AM ET) but no eagle chatter for the past 45 minutes ... maybe later.

I'll check back later for your posts on the ospry and loon cam.

Grand Island, NY

6:49 AM  
Blogger gigi 1 said...

6/10 0932 EDT I saw that. Piegeon landing on Osprey's nest with Mom[?] there, either gutsy or dumb, oh well it lived to see another day.

9:37 AM  
Anonymous Lotte said...

I peeked in just in time to see the Osprey Mama get up, fuss with her egg(s), turning them I suppose, and hunker down again. It was 5:17pm.
Lucky me!

5:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

When I click on "Live" on the Osprey site, it goes to the live shot of the Eagle nest. The Blog, as this is - goes directly to the Eagle blog.
I don't believe it's my computer.

6:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

06/10 @ 19:54

Eagle Cam

Finally! I believe I just managed to catch of glipse of Mr. Mom on the nest. He was gone in a blink so my id may be wishful thinking.


7:55 PM  

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