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Author Topic: Use for Screen Captor  (Read 287 times)

cpajoker

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Use for Screen Captor
« on: October 02, 2017, 11:03 AM »
I am a nest watcher. I follow eagle cams all over the country.  I belong the Hancock Wildlife foundations forums to chat and share scaps (another name for screen captures) with other nest watchers.  I wanted to capture shots and found Screen Captor after many searches to find a program that was easy to use. I have now found so many uses for it.

If you are interested in Eagles or nest watching my favorite is the South Florida Eagle Cam.  Click here http://www.dickpritc....com/eagle-feed.html to see the story that began with Ozzie and Hariette. 

There are many other cameras found at http://www.hancockwi....php?topic=cam-sites

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Re: Use for Screen Captor
« Reply #1 on: October 02, 2017, 11:25 AM »
Welcome, cpajoker  :Thmbsup:  Thanks for sharing.
I opened up the feed and I see an eagle right now tending to his nest! Cool!