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 Post subject: Re: Interesting Links
PostPosted: June 22nd, 2010, 1:56 am 
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macdoum wrote:
Jo UK wrote:
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This site has LOTS of pictures
This is a link to Tawny Owls

I lied -- you will have to do your own searches. Owl, Tawny -- there are a lot of owls to scroll through


but you can look up lots of birds
http://www.birdguides.com/iris/default.asp


The pictures are small -- but that picture of the branchling looking at the branch/its feet is so adorable.

Alice, thank you. I have just found Tonn there! I searched for Greater Spotted Eagle, and there he was, down the page a little.


And a beautiful photograph of a WTE at Mull Scotland on 29/5/2010
I will ask Jo if we should be somewhere else.. with all a' this... :shake: :rotf:


I copied all this from The Tawny Owl forum. When I posted the link I was just enamored of the Tawny pictures -- but it is a great resource for all kinds of species.


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 Post subject: Re: Interesting Links
PostPosted: June 22nd, 2010, 2:26 am 
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You did very well Alice. those are a very good and precious links . :thumbs:

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 Post subject: Re: Interesting Links
PostPosted: June 26th, 2010, 11:45 pm 
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I found this in google (good ol' google,sometimes )
Identification of Bird Feathers ;
http://www.lab.fws.gov/featheratlas/index.php

Now I don't know if this relates only to North American birds. :dunno:

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 Post subject: Re: Interesting Links
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A peacefully eating squirrel...
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should not be disturbed...
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...continues here. Judging by exif data, all photos taken within a minute or less.


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 Post subject: Re: Interesting Links
PostPosted: February 15th, 2011, 10:11 pm 
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Lack of table manners, I would suggest :whistling:


Something totally different but very interesting:

German BS-expert Carsten Rhode has built up a new and very interesting page on BS and birds of prey with wonderful pictures of LSE, harriers and kites and others and actual information (in English):

http://blackstorknotes.blogspot.com/

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Here you can get an impression of White Storks at a garbage dump in Spain…….

Dr. Holger Schulz a stork expert is writing a diary,- unfortunately not in English language but the images speak for themselves ….

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In the Oka Biosphere Reserve, two couples of Siberian cranes (Grus leucogeranus) from Yakutia, named Uchur, Samgym, Sergei and Banyl, are followed by four 24-hour cams - http://www.aif.ru/sterkh - from mid- or late April till fledglings learn to fly after a hang glider. This is part of a global project, Flight of Hope, to conserve the population of Siberian cranes. One couple has an egg already.

(The TV test pattern says 'Transmission will resume automatically'.)

More information can be found at http://www.itera.ru/isp/eng/index/articles/551/6/



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PostPosted: May 12th, 2012, 1:36 am 
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In the Oka Biosphere Reserve, two couples of Siberian cranes (Grus leucogeranus) from Yakutia, named Uchur, Samgym, Sergei and Banyl, are followed by four 24-hour cams - http://www.aif.ru/sterkh - from mid- or late April till fledglings learn to fly after a hang glider. This is part of a global project, Flight of Hope, to conserve the population of Siberian cranes. One couple has an egg already.

(The TV test pattern says 'Transmission will resume automatically'.)

More information can be found at http://www.itera.ru/isp/eng/index/articles/551/6/



unp Thank you for all that news. I know people who followed the american version but with Whooping Cranes,I have passed on this info. :D

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Thanks unp for the link. Where is this Oka Biosphere Reserve???

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 Post subject: Re: Interesting Links
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Brit wrote:
Where is this Oka Biosphere Reserve???

54° 45′ 0″ N, 40° 45′ 0″ E - roughly 200+ km southeast of Moscow.
Brief information here and here.


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 Post subject: Re: Interesting Links
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Thank you very much, unp! :wave: Now at least I have a idea!

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Thank you very much, unp! :wave: Now at least I have a idea!


All the info is there..posted by UNP


http://www.itera.ru/isp/eng/index/articles/551/6/

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 Post subject: Re: Interesting Links
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I discovered interesting bird webcams from Brazil and Ecuador.
I don't know where write to post with link to cameras.

I have deleted the link as it was hacked (Felis silvestris)

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I discovered interesting bird webcams from Brazil and Ecuador.
I don't know where write to post with link to cameras.

Link address deleted! (Felis silvestris)

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Do not open the above link,its been hacked by an Islamic crowd :rant:

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Thanks for the information, macdoum, I have deleted the links!

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http://www.webbkameror.se/djurkameror/s ... _2_640.php

Sparrow Hawk I think ?
..or maybe Goshawk...



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November 18

8:14 - Golden Eagle :headroll:
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Great pics and videos, Fleur. :thumbs: I also saw the golden eagle. :headroll:
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Goshawk (?) enjoying breakfast.
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:headroll: One golden eagle.
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