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PostPosted: December 19th, 2011, 1:36 am 
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The eagles on the Sutton-Vian-Sequoah nest have laid an egg.!
I've seen this video but the link to the cam,I don't know yet.
1st egg laid 17th Dec. :shock:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfO6X7TD ... _embedded#

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A wonderful partnership. :loveshower:


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PostPosted: December 24th, 2011, 4:01 am 
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Giant Panda cam up in Edinburg Zoo. :loveshower:

http://www.edinburghzoo.org.uk/pandacam.html

I LIKE.. :shake:

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WTE's bigger relative's child vs ravens. (Nobody gets hurt.)


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Not out in the wild nature setting, but interesting, still.

http://www.ustream.tv/penguincam

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There is a wonderfully clear webcam on an Osprey nest in Britain;

http://www.ospreys.org.uk/webcam/

Two ospreys present but the female is an 'intruder'...usual partener is on her way back.... sparks/feathers may fly. :mrgreen:

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:wave: Thank you for the link, macdoum

What a great look at the nest

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What a nice link, Macdoum. Thank you! :wave:

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Interesting link, macdoum, thanks! Here´s an Osprey video.



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:loveshower: At FFRC the cat Purresa has had four kittens. The cam is on her box right now. :2thumbsup:

http://www.ustream.tv/ffrc

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Photo from the UK osprey cam shared by Macdoum, above.

:shock: Not another duck-in-a-raptor-nest situation! :slap: She was busy rearranging the nest materials & generally getting comfortable with what she thought would be a splendid place to hatch ducklings.

30 March, 8:35 am UK time.
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But then-- the rightful owner came home & frightened the mallard hen away. I missed getting the duck leaving.


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Osprey continued working in its nest, then preened a little, then just surveyed its territory. I wish there were sound with this cam.



After a while, the osprey left again.


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Thanks to Macdoum for the link to this Manton Bay nest.

Osprey nest in UK high above a lake with a mallard below on the water. (If only it had sound . . .) The bird is busy working on the nest.


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I don't know where to post this beautiful story about the wildlife of the Amazon ... in Russian



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Agatheb2k wrote:
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I don't know where to post this beautiful story about the wildlife of the Amazon ... in Russian



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Its a beautiful video Agatheb. :2thumbsup:

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Its a beautiful video Agatheb. :2thumbsup:


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I'm from Taiwan.
I would like to share this video to you.
It's about Oriental Honey Buzzards in Taiwan.

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javabird wrote:
I'm from Taiwan.
I would like to share this video to you.
It's about Oriental Honey Buzzards in Taiwan.

English version




Very nice video Javabird. I discovered more about the Honey Buzzards. Thank you. :thumbs:

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Honey Buzzards are originally migratory birds in Taiwan. They still are. Some of them become resident birds lately. I want to introduce another bird which becomes resident in Taiwan within 10 years.

Black-winged Kites are not migratory birds in most places. We don't how they came to Taiwan and some of them decided to stay. But the number is still minor in Taiwan. I guess there are no more then 200 resident here. We declare it's "the most beautiful raptor" in Taiwan.

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Other bird species of which cainism is known to occur:


The Great egret : http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/a ... eat-egret/

The black guillemot : http://beheco.oxfordjournals.org/content/11/3/282.full

Aquila adalberti : http://www.conservationevidence.com/ind ... p%3A%2F%2F

African Hawk Eagle - Aquila spilogaster ; http://www.eagledirectory.org/species/a ... eagle.html

Jackal Buzzard (Buteo rufofuscus) :http://www.planetofbirds.com/accipitriformes-accipitridae-jackal-buzzard-buteo-rufofuscus

Secretarybird : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secretarybird

Lesser Black-backed or Siberian gull - Herring gull : http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/20 ... 071448.htm


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