Q: Why is there a fence around the owls and why are they so close to the road? A: Typically burrowing Owls breed in the winter from January to March but these owls have been known to breed throughout the year and raise multiple broods.
In the afternoon they will be here to make some live cams on skype with me, her and me, and maybe the french reporters wife Carmen will also join us, I’m not sure what time she will arrive, but certainly she will join us soon or later.
For some reason I thought HDFaces is an add-feature (that there was "regular webcam sharing" and "deluxe" with HDFaces. I see that this has been answered above: 6 webcams at a time.
If you were to have 25 webcams running at one time, it would drastically reduce your attendees ability to watch the presentation in real time due to the high demand on their internet connection. I would prefer a lower resolution and more simultan webcampictures.
Wait and watch or check back often and you'll be sure to see them! A: The yellow post is actually a T-shaped perch that the owls can use for increased elevation to survey their surroundings. A: Burrowing Owls are most active at dawn and dusk so mornings and late afternoons are the best time to view them.
But they will appear at any time of the day so keep watching!