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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
PostPosted: March 13th, 2012, 12:23 am 
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Yes, it is lovely, Bea. I always check that camera & even when it is cloudy, sometimes the Aurora is so bright, it lights up the clouds from behind. So pretty!

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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
PostPosted: March 15th, 2012, 2:45 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
PostPosted: March 17th, 2012, 7:53 pm 
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For Fireblade--Store Mosse National Park, 18:08 pm, 17 Mar 2012. A goshawk, I think.


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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
PostPosted: March 18th, 2012, 9:08 am 
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Kitty KCMO wrote:
For Fireblade--Store Mosse National Park, 18:08 pm, 17 Mar 2012. A goshawk, I think.

Thank you Kitty. Yes the morning goshawk. There is also the end of this season, I think :wave:
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A mother Canada goose is brooding her eggs in an abandoned hawk nest platform near Prather, California. The hatch date is estimated to be sometime from April 3 to April 7, 2012.

Local USA time = March 18, 2012 18:08 PM (Alice's timezome)




This video is at about 20:25 local California time on 17 March 2012 (last night). There were frogs singing, cattle lowing at times, & dogs barking. The dogs went mad a few minutes before I recorded, because a pack of coyotes began howling! Of course, not being prepared to record, I missed that. :banghead: It was unmistakeable what it was, though. I have heard them howling & singing many times, as I grew up in country where coyotes were common. I like to hear them!



Here is the link I use to get the cam-- it will open full screen in a browser window. And there will be very loud advertisements about every 20 minutes, so beware your ears!
http://www.ustream.tv/channel-popup/clo ... tail-hawks

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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
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More from the Eaglecrest Canada goose nest: Mother Goose awakens & turns eggs. 21:15 local California time.



A pair of hoot-owls (great horned owls) calls to each other as Mother Goose sleeps. March 19, 1:20 am local California time.


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A screech owl (Western Screech Owl- Megascops kennicoti) unexpectedly begins calling from somewhere near the nest. In the background, the pair of great horned owls continue calling to each other. And the frogs continue their lullaby.



NB: This could also be a barn owl calling, as they also make a screeching sound. The Screech Owl usually has a rather nice little song, but it can indeed screech & give you the shivers when it does so. :laugh:

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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
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Coyotes begin to howl in chorus with each other as Mother Goose listens intently & the hoot-owls still call to each other in the background.

March 19, 2:12 am local California time.


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Mother Goose rearranges herself & her eggs. Local California time = 18:15 pm.



Mother Goose nibbles the tree bark to get something (bits of bark? moss?) that she then distributes around herself in the nest.


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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
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Good evening / Good day. :hi: I really feel I should post all these goose videos somewhere else, but I began putting them here & do not know how to move them to some other place, or where that should be. :puzzled: So for now, they will be here, I guess. Soooo . . .

Some kind of bird scolds Mother Goose. Papa Goose calls from the pond. She tends her eggs, then flies off the nest to meet him for a short break. There is much happy honking!



Mother Goose returns to her nest. (Had to cut this short due to LOUD advert starting up. :banghead:)



Coyote pack begins its evening by howling together. The neighborhood dogs also join in with their barking.


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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
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Peregrine cam in London ? at Charing + Hospital :mrgreen:

http://www.wildlifewhisperer.tv/live-cams/1326

Four eggs laid.

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@ wow Kitty, what an interesting link :thumbs:
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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
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Just for something a little bit different. A barnyard in Virginia with a variety of chickens, ducks, & geese, as well as several goats. Link to cam is here: http://flyingskunk.com/live.php



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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
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Quiet night with frogs singing, coyotes calling, & dogs barking. And, of course, traffic sounds. None of it bothers Mother Goose.


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29 Mar 2012-- 19:45 local USA time

A neighbor seems to have moved into the tree cavity next door-- I think a starling. It appears to be setting up a nest of its own, Mother Goose is not bothered by it. She may enjoy the songs. The little bird is at the left side of the nest on a bit of a ledge.


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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
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And then another visitor came near-- an acorn woodpecker, I think. THis one, too, seems to have a nest in a cavity in the tree. The old tree has become a series of apartments / flats!


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Mother Goose returns to her eggs after a short rest break. Ducks quack & redwinged blackbirds sing in the background. Mother preens herself, then tries find a comforatable way to sit on the eggs.


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A chorus of coyotes begins to howl in the evening air. This sets the local dogs to barking.


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I was watching the California Mother Goose just now, & I saw a small lizard running across the old tree trunk. It stopped & looked a the goose for a few minutes before moving on. She seemed monetarily interested in it, too. Lizard is circled on the photo.

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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
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A lizard runs along the old tree trunk at the right side. It surveys the goose nest & surroundings, then continues its explorations.

The following lizard videos are better seen if you right-click on the picture & choose to "watch on YouTube."



Suddenly, there are several lizards all over both branches of the tree & underneath the nest, even on the back edge of the nest. Mother Goose seems to be a bit worried, made a bit of a clucking noise, & she watches them.


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