I can't get a photo of a snowy owl at night in fernhill forest. I can get two of the boobook owl but no snowy owl. Can't get past this. And yes I have tried lots of different times of night (between 6pm and 11pm usually). Can anybody tell me where it is?
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Error code 369000 on the DSi is a photo upload error from trying to upload a photo to Facebook. This feature in the Nintendo DSi Camera application has unfortunately been discontinued so there is no way to fix the error, you will no longer be able to upload photos to Facebook from your DSi directly.
If you still want to post the photos you've taken on your DSi you can save them onto your sd card, then plug the sd card into your computer and post them from your computer.
If you already have a picture saved on your Nintendo DSi that you'd like to upload, you can skip ahead to step four. If you're taking a picture on the fly, proceed to step three.
Press the "R" button on the upper-right shoulder of the Nintendo DSi to access the camera. Follow the on-screen instructions to take your picture. Press "Save."
On the Nintendo DSi menu, press the "Nintendo DSi Camera" icon. Go to your "Album."
Select the picture you want to upload. If you're interested, you can edit the picture first with stamps, graffiti, lens distortion, and other neat built-in features. When you're done, return to the Album's main menu.
Once you're ready to upload your picture to Facebook, click on the Facebook icon that appears above your picture when you scroll past it on the Album's main menu.
You will need to connect your Nintendo DSi to the Internet, and log onto Facebook. Your DSi will ask you for the email address and password you registered with Facebook.
If your login information is correct, a prompt will ask you if you want to upload your photo to Facebook. Click "Yes."
When you upload your first Nintendo DSi picture, a "Nintendo DSi" picture album will be created automatically on Facebook. You must use Facebook to add captions to your photos, and view/reply to comments your friends make on your pictures.
-You can edit your album information from Facebook, However, next time you upload a picture from your Nintendo DSi, another album titled "Pictures from Nintendo DSi" will be created automatically, and your new picture will be stored in it.
-You won't need to enter your email address every time you want to upload a photo to Facebook from your DSi, but you will need to re-enter your password.