Then a former engineer went public with explosive allegations of sexual harassment at the company.Her story went viral, prompting Kalanick to launch an investigation and promise a swift response.The four birders, who call themselves the Osprey Paparazzi, were watching the action around the nesting platform as the avian drama unfolded. The female Osprey was already harassing it,” said Jane Purslow, one of the Osprey Paparazzi birders who lives in Milford, Mich.“We have all photographed fights and we all knew something was going to happen.” The female Osprey is one of the most aggressive defenders of her nest ever seen by Purslow and her three birding friends, Tina Gartley, Lou Waldock and Walter Chavers.The crew capture the confrontation while filming at night next to a river where they pick up thermal imagery of what they believe to be a Sasquatch on the opposite bank.Due to the distance and the fact Cliff Barackman can see it through his camera from so far away points at its huge size.
The devices are small and can unobtrusively record interactions from the wearer’s point of view, automatically uploading clips to an evidence room in the cloud.
By Rex Graham Four dedicated Michigan birders said the ecstasy of watching a pair of Ospreys on Aug.
1 turned into agony as they witnessed one of the raptor’s ferocious attacks on a Great Blue Heron.
Matt Moneymaker is then seen celebrating after capturing the recording, before radioing through to other members of the crew saying: “There’s one here!
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