Condor Watch Talk
Haha, I love the composition! #Dailyzoo?
I love them!! So cool guys 😃
Wow, this is really amazing! #Dailyzoo
Hahaha! They're too funny!
(A bit disappointed by it: ACW0001e01 )
Haha... I'm curious what would the following image look like.)
Really cool image! #Dailyzoo
I'm sorry but there is no lizard visible.
Wow! Really neat one:)
yes, it is one:)
Both look like #condors:)
It actually looks like a #golden #eagle to me:] (telling by the tail)
Yes, the data for the PP comes from the Southern California Bight so no long journey for her.. swimming with the current just as she likes;)
But we're special!!😉
Oh, that must be a #larvacean which has gotten lost from the Plankton Portal!😃
Awesome! Would be good for a calendar or a postcard:)
HAHA, Don't worry, I won't!!:]
yes, there were some! but not sure, whether the measuring were visible:]
OK, going to google out what these chapstijhsfks words mean:] (you made me!)
(Please, don't. I would really miss him!)
(It's waiting for the 'scale' hashtag')
haha, what a great catch!!😃
Oh, nice... the horsie has a company:)
Rrrrr, such a rebel!
Or due to my fever, I have 38,2C/102 F the last few days,[
Must be searching for the dead horse they've lost.It must be close,they can smell it. So occupied by it they didn't notice the tree walker!
It would be too easy:P
I know.Just thought that the total count answers it better:]When I can see 6 condors all together = I see 2 of them behind the most left one
I can see 6 condors here:]
Hilarious discussion as always:)
Awesome catch! Thanks for sharing, @Wreness
I'd mark it as a #golden #eagle.
Both are #golden #eagles. Just not sure you have to worry about them since they're flying?
All look as #golden #eagles to me.
The bottom one looks like a #condor, the flying ones are #ravens.
Yes. It is a #condor sitting on it's legs. That's why it looks smaller:)
It's a #roadrunner 😃
Haha. The face looks familiar to me:] Wasn't there some other image with that face already?
Oh, I love this one too!😃
Poor little raven 😦 He will never be a star..
(But they're so cool!😃
and I'm for the #dailyzoo here:]
A really nice snapshot!
just #ravens at some #carcasses
Oh, what a lovely #roadrunner! #dailyzoo:]
yes, there is a condor on the left from the cow carcass.
both seem to be #ravens
disagree:) it's gorgeous alive!
I guess that this is a tail of a #coyote
there's actually just one:)
we had the bottom one in some photos already !
the back of the right one looks the same as the backs of the TVs which are on the left
(i like this image, such a calm and peaceful feeling!😃
i'd say, that the one on the very right is another #turkey #vulture ,but you're right about the others:) (i can't see any eagle there)
I'd say that @acawood talks about the #eagle:]
i'm for the #golden #eagle
i can see nothing but two carcasses
all of them are ravens
nice catch, #turkey #vultures mixed with #condors and #ravens 😃 funny one.
there are only #carcasses (3 of them)
if the 3rd one from the left is #313. he died exactly 1 year ago:(
(and the white one is a carcass, i guess a cow:)
#ravens, but we were told not to classify the flying ones, unless they are lending/taking off close to the carcass
yes, at least the left one. nice catch!
perhaps a costume party?
i don't see him:(
ok. good to know:)
i think it is an #eagle, not a TV
it's another carcass:)
oh, that looks strange.. any ideas what is it doing there? (hopefully it's not poisoned)
@ElisabethB why two?
looks like there is a dot or so under the number
there's #eagle on the carcass. looks at the feathers on his legs.
more likely #blue60
i'm also for 2 #eagles
i'm for an #eagle. look at the colour and the way he's sitting on the carcass in comparison to the condors..
oh, that would be the 76, what looks as a 7A from my display! thanks for the clarification!😃
i marked the 70 as a purple, but got no bio, so it's probably black.
i'm curious if the #condor is adult who just changed his colour to grey..
i'm for black
not sure if there's a carcass or something alive..
#missID #white1 - Unidentifed condor
#turkeyvulture close to a #condor:)
#70 i didn't mark any colour,bio says,it's 370,born2005.
and there's a wing tag on the right,which looks like #7A ,not sure about the colour
nice catch of a #raven
8 carcasses for 1 raven. but doesn't look much impressed.
nice catch of a #raven in flight
wow, i got this one for the 2nd time.
dinner at sunset:)
anyway, i didn't:)
not sure if there's another bird on the left background..
not sure about the middle guy, i tagged him as a #white11
"Still Life with a Carcass and Ravens"
not sure about the flying birds when they're so close to the carcasses, but i tagged this raven
nice formation: raven - eagle - eagle - raven 😃 (and carcass for everyone)
looks like a #skunk to me
cow carcass dreaming in the middle of a beautiful garden..
an interaction between two #coyotes
lol, great catch:)
nevermind, i counted 28 of them:)
(i have a screenshot)
maybe a bug? i tagged the #white52 and noticed, there's no bio for him.and it says i tagged 13 condors, but there's only 12 in the summary!
hm, bio says that the #black #90 is 14 years old, but looks like juvenile to me.
@willowskye i tagged it as a #purple,but not sure if just 4
it is a juvenile #condor
hahaha, great catch!😃
oh, i see. thanks
is the wing tag #black #74 (3 dots)?
(because it looks juvenile to me)
oh, the bio says, that #white #18 died, Nov 30, 2012 as 9,5 years old, so the left one has probably different tag, maybe white #16?
hm, i got bio only for the #white #87, but not for the #white #28 and i'm pretty sure i tagged him too.
wow, awesome catch!
looks like 4 #carcasses and 1 #coyote
haha, thanks, both of them look as 44 to me:D (let's hope either the A4 or the 44 never pop-up on me during classification:]
i can't help myself, to me it looks like 44:). but i don't know how the A should look like!
i tried to fix the image in Gimp and the wing tag seems to be black #12 (perhaps with 1 dot), there's about 13 condors and perhaps 3 ravens
or here: http://talk.condorwatch.org/#/subjects/ACW0000uex
and compare the light to this1: http://talk.condorwatch.org/#/subjects/ACW0000tys
i think it's not the same light. actually there are images of the 1-eyed guy: http://talk.condorwatch.org/#/subjects/ACW0000njx
are you sure about the #A4? i'd tag it as a #44
such a cute guy!😃
so then it must be an earthquake!.))
really big carcass
yes, it is a crouching #golden #eagle back to the camera
maybe some fire in distant background?
hm, could be yellow or underlined or with dots..
@wreness oh, you're right, i didn't zoom it in 😇
hm, i'd say, the 47 is red, the 53 is orange, the 25 is purple and the 90's are black.
could be underlined or so..
i'd say, that the white thing is portion of a carcass at the background and the bird is a #condor with neck and head hidden behind its body
wow! looks like two #coyotes attacked by an #eagle! but nor sure, the image is too blurry
wow, looks like the #greater #roadrunner (geococcyx californianus)!
nice catch of #condor and #turkey #vulture close to each other:)
haha, that's really funny frame!😃 ..i think it's feather, perhaps from the raven's wing
hm, now the bug looks to be fixed!
black 40 (3dots) says no bio, but the two condors with no visible wing tags are said to be 400 and 112. looks like the bug is not fixed yet
they are carcasses, sleep for eternity:(
wow, they're so close to each other. nice!
it's not blue, but white. sometimes it's difficult to distinguish them from each other.
look like two #eagles to me:)
if you meant the right one, it has number 3 with 3? dots.
there is a bug, but they are trying to fix it..
but disgusting carcass:[
@wreness, you're right, the turkey vulture on the right is the same size but farther! so the top one must be smaller:]
i'm for a #turkey #vulture (nice catch, by the way)
nice catch of #eagle
hard to read the wingtag from this angle:/ i wouldn't tag it as '1', i would left the number box empty.
funny frame!😃) almost looks like the top one was trying to kidnap the zero baby..
34 underlined with 43 underlined caught together:)
i was asking myself the same question:] i guess it's their way of thermoregulation. but confirmation from a scientist would be great.
yes, looks like a raven
wow, there are even zero wing tags!
@jokergirl wow, looks like you are right:) hope somebody will confirm that
you're probably right:) comparing to this eagle: http://www.condorwatch.org/subjects/standard/534c452ed31eae054303b7d9.JPG
very nice catch!
i tagged the eating one as a #condor, hope it's correct:] and the background one as with yellow tag
problem IDing this number-reminds me of 94, but the 4 looks weird(compare to the other 4s in the data set).no bio. unsure if wood or carcass
they're sooo cute!😃
haha, funny face:)
really? (i'd say it's just a carcass)
#eagle, according to the legs
actually there's not any turkey vulture in this frame. the big guy is an #eagle (looks at the feathers on its legs, typical for eagles)
yes, that is the carcass (and there's a #coyote at the background)
@milanp see the comments below the yours;)
thanks, i've read it already:)
oh, probably just realized that he has left the freezer opened..!!
not a love scene?
wow, nice catch!😃
thanks for the link, the images in the gallery are very helpful
i can't see the heads. i thought the red things are actually portions of a carcass (vertebrae), or not?
there is always some pretence for a dogfight.
i marked 17 #condors but maybe forgot some of them. wasn't sure about the numbers: purple 4? yellow 16?
i couldn't decide if 81 or 87. (look at the #raven's throat!😃
don't know how big the calf is,could be tiny. look at the bird's feet,they don't look for a big bird to me.but feathers not completely black
not sure if #raven or not, but i tagged him
looks quite big for a turkey vulture, so yes, it's probably a #condor. and i think i can see the wing tag on its right wing:)
is it white 71? (no bio)
looks like a fight!
i'd say that these are just #ravens:]
oh, i'm so sorry! good night:)
i think the snake-like thing is portion of a carcass, not a snake, what do you think?
new, unwrapped scale?😃
we don't tag scales anymore, so "No carcass present" case, right?
anyone able to explain, please?😃
ej, what is the #raven doing up there?
i love the #ravens:)
now i'm really confused: "As they grow into adults, a process that takes 5-6 years" (and she has even children!)
#condors i'd like to know from what age they look like adults.the bio says the black36 was hatched in2001,the image is from2012.surprising:]
i can't see the owl, where should it be?
it is a #condor:) the part that looks like his beak, it's his head!
btw, we don't have to mark the scales, right?
very dark, but looks like there's a carcass in the center
@wreness ah, i thought it is a portion of raven standing behind the condor, not a tag:) but i din not tag him, because was not sure.
ok, thanks. their feet look like condors, but the body seem to be brown and small, i was confused. just can't see the wing tag. where?
really blue? it looks like purple to me.
all the three bigger ones are #turkey #vultures, right?
cute frightened #coyote
true love? so why the grey face color? (or just a make-up?)
@itsmestephanie are you talking about the cow? (or is there another animal?)
lol, really nice catch:)
you should dance too! there's only 1 raven!!:]
and is it a #turkey #vulture at the background?
hm, looks like it's underlined 07, but all the single figure win tags have no zero!
doesn't look like a win tag to me, nor like a condor:]
yes, you can see the spine there
that's why is the other one burying his head in the send?
3 dots means,this is the 1 from the "field guide to reading wing tags"! @wreness thanks for your answer.you're right with the #turkeyvulture
actually i hope so!
must be sad to see her friends lying dead around..
wow, really cool
not sure about the dots on the mark: 2 or 3? ..and is it just me or there's another (3rd) #condor on the left background?
#condors. i counted 19 of them
uf, so many #condors, hope i haven't missed anyone
the biggest #raven ever!!😄
actually, there is a bird, but i can't say what species:/
thank you very much. i think i got it: moustached/pink head = adult. black/blotched head = juvenile. shadowed/hidden head = unknown.
oh i see, good to know. thank you.
i think it's just a #raven
i've got this frame for the 2nd time. does it happen?
is there a fight on the right? (i don't recognize the bigger guy)
cool image! (look, he's lifting the claw)
#golden #eagle landing
thanks for your answers!
i'm confused, the last time i asked, some of the scientists told me they're adult when looking like these two on the left 😕
juveniles or adults?
what colour is the left one?i couldn't decide
is it black 18? and the front one is another condor, right?
checking the weight:)
i guess all birds like to sit on the topmost places
they're doing right angle!
i think the small ones are #turkey #vulture
#goldeneagle #ravens, everyone is facing the same direction. i'm curious what is behind the edge..
#coyote enjoying the meal
not sure, there's a carcass behind the bottom edge, but i guessed it is and tagged it!:]
perhaps a murder investigation!
is there any carcass in the black tub at the background?
looks a bit concerned (cool picture!)
not much sure about the tag colour of the 18 (i marked it as a black), nor about the carcass location
hmm.. a mysterious black dot
#coyote and no carcass:(
very nice shot!
looks like an outsider:]
curious #golden #eagle:)
oh, i see it now. thanks
i never knew that condors can be as brown as this 34 one
is that a #turkey #vulture in the background?
ups, i accidentally clicked on the 'finish' button too early - after tagging only 2 ravens:( i'm sorry, it wasn't intentionally
agree, looks like an eagle to me
not sure about the number of the 2nd one from the left, is it 25? and the 1st one from the right has number 1?
is it just me or the top #raven is standing on the bottom one? and i missed the raven which is hidden behind the fence
i guess that the headless flying one is another #raven
is there any clue how to id flying ones?:] i don't feel like guessing..
an #owl for sure
probably got a taste for some beef..
this one is a bit tricky..
but they seem to have even dark places on the head:/
#condors: how many of them could we mark as adult (and which ones)?