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    • CommentAuthorMirage
    • CommentTimeJan 6th 2010

    I just discovered this site today, and I am fascinated!  I've already posted about it on two other websites, in an effort to encourage others to join and see the wildlife.


    I would like to thank the staff for the beautifully written blogs, and I'd also like to thank the members of this site for all the comments on the camera pages.  They're extremely helpful to me, because I'm totally blind, and without them, I'd have a much harder time knowing what wildlife was on the cameras.


    I've searched and searched for wildlife webcams with audio, so I really appreciate this site.  Thank you all so much; the site has my support, one million percent!

    • CommentAuthorsuem
    • CommentTimeJan 7th 2010

    Mirage, welcome to USeeWildlife we are so glad you are here.

    • CommentAuthoreiguoc
    • CommentTimeJan 8th 2010

    Not meaning to be rude, Mirage, I'm trying to understand. Do you have "Dragon naturally speaking" to type for you? How do you know what you are seeing. Do you have a computer that tells you what is on screen? I am very curious about this as I have friends who are loosing their sight.

    • CommentAuthorMirage
    • CommentTimeJan 8th 2010

    I use a screen reader called Jaws.  It speaks all the text that's on the screen, as well as the text you don't see which is underneath graphics.  If a web page is written well (which most are), I'll be able to work in and around all the graphics on it.  Rather than using a mouse to navigate, I use commands given via the keyboard.


    As far as the wildlife cameras, I can't see anything there.  But I listen to the sounds, and pick up on what everyone is seeing via the comments on the camera pages.


    Please, Never hesitate to ask me a question.  I'm happy to answer, and help if I can.

    • CommentAuthoreiguoc
    • CommentTimeJan 8th 2010

    If you are going to be a member I will try to be more descriptive. But if you noticed, a lot of us can't spell or make a lot of typos. I usually try to correct mine before I post. been using the dictionary a lot lately. Forget how to spell words. I'm glad you are here. Bear season will be amazing. I wish you could see the pictures.

    • CommentAuthorMirage
    • CommentTimeJan 8th 2010

    Descriptions are most definitely appreciated, and I'm going to be a member for sure.  I'm trying to get some of my friends interested in the site, and I know at least one was watching the free stream, but she didn't sign up yet.


    Typos, lol, no worries.


    It would be awesome to see the animals, but I have a vivid imagination.  I absolutely LOVED the blogs, back when the Usee staff was writing the detailed ones about the daily animal sightings.


    I can't wait for spring, for the frogs, and more birds, etc.

    I'm hoping to hear a chipmunk or a beaver, but not sure if they ever get close enough to the cameras to make a sound.

    • CommentAuthoroknad49
    • CommentTimeJan 8th 2010

    I was excited ,too when I found this site, because not only did I find one streaming cam with sound, but 8. Let me tell you, I'm in heaven!

    Mirage, your comments have really encouraged me, because I tend to go into more detail than some people might like when describing the animals I'm seeing. Now I feel like I might be actually helping someone. Now I have a reason to type with more freedom than ever. If there are certain cameras you'd like to keep track of or you have more of an interest in let us know, and we'll try to help you out.

    • CommentAuthorMirage
    • CommentTimeJan 8th 2010

    I wasn't going to ask for any descriptions, out of a concern that some people might not want to read through them.  But if you're going to describe anyway, please, by all means, describe to your heart's content.  I love knowing what the animals are doing, what they look like, how they interact, and you most definitely are helping, me, and also others who may have missed a sighting or interaction.  Any details/descriptions are more appreciated than you know.


    I'm still trying to figure out which cameras have the most sound associated with them at what times.  But once I get onto a favored camera, I'll let you know.

    • CommentAuthorBEVERLY
    • CommentTimeFeb 4th 2010

    mirage, it is good to know you.  I too have been interested in how you manage this site.  My daugher in law is legally blind so it is something I care about.  I tend to get carried away on this site but now I will have an excuse.  I will try to explain better so you can see what we see.  We put more on now to help TR out with his research, so it won't be any trouble really to just add a little more descriptions for you.  IF we forget, just remind us if there is something you are curious about.  Welcome to the group.  Beverly