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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
PostPosted: June 26th, 2012, 3:06 am 
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:headroll: Congratulations, Manu! The sound is great!

When I looked tonight, I saw this: A loner boar explored all around the feeding ground, took a long dirnk of water, looked around some more, then decided to take a little mud bath.

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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
PostPosted: June 26th, 2012, 10:26 pm 
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On Manglink-Cam in Spain, every day it is the same procedure. On 23:00h (Estonian-Time) fox/dog (I don't know what animal it is :puzzled: ) visit feeding place for a while. He goes away and then boars arrives.


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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
PostPosted: June 26th, 2012, 10:41 pm 
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Good evening, Manu! :wave: I think it is a skinny fox. I compared it with the recording of the fox below the cam window, & I think it is the same, only perhaps it has shed its winter coat for a thinner summertime fur.

Tonight, I wonder if these boars are different from the two groups we usually see. There seems to be one pig that is big but still has faint baby-stripe markings. :puzzled: I don't think I have seen more than two adult sows at a time & there are at least three adult-sized one there tonight. And I think there are only four little piglets (unless one or two are in the darkness, unseen).

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Hi Kitty :hi: ,
I think also it should be a fox. Last few days he went every evening here.
I'm not sure, but I count 3 adult sows. They all differents sizes. I never seen this different sizes before in the same group :puzzled: .


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PostPosted: June 26th, 2012, 11:13 pm 
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Manu wrote:
Hi Kitty :hi: ,
I think also it should be a fox. Last few days he went every evening here.
I'm not sure, but I count 3 adult sows. They all differents sizes. I never seen this different sizes before in the same group :puzzled: .



:hi: Manu I see three too. First time I've seen an advert there too. :vangry:

Edit; The cam-stream is chopppy tonight.

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:hi: Macdoum

At the end, dog is barking and boars ran away.


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1:34am Spanish time--

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Only one sow & seven piglets.

Just the kids--

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A lone sow with seven piglets enjoys the feeding area & the pond.


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Two of the striped piglets wrestle for dominance.


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Sea-eagle cam Sydney Australia;

http://www.sea-eaglecam.org/live-video-2v.html

Birds are rebuilding the nest since May & expected to lay egg/s soon.

Details posted by Morlach on Opsrey forum;
viewtopic.php?f=56&t=402&st=0&sk=t&sd=a&start=2100
Lots of you will remember this nest from last year. :2thumbsup:

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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
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Kitty KCMO wrote:
Two of the striped piglets wrestle for dominance.



Reminder link;
http://www.mangolink.com/general/webcams/wildlife/

I can see boars and piglets on cam just now. :2thumbsup: I am relieved to see they are not suffering from the wildfires raging now in Valencia Spain. :faint:

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Two Harbors Bald Eagle Nest Cam

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Last night, big sow seems not amused about her children :laugh:



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Osprey pair Rachel and Steve make their summer home atop a 30 foot tower located at the Audubon Camp in Maine on Hog Island.
http://explore.org/#!/live-cams/player/live-osprey-cam

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I think 2 young ones, not sure

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Ospreys in Finland
Haliuto, Voitto Pulkkinen
http://kotinetti.suomi.net/saaksi/index.php
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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
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Ospreys in Finland
Haliuto, Voitto Pulkkinen
http://kotinetti.suomi.net/saaksi/index.php
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3 babies are nacked.
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Yoko :hi: There is a special place for Ospreys in Finland here
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Tonight I see five piglets with their momma in Spain.

http://www.mangolink.com/general/webcams/wildlife/

:hi: Manu,anyone ? Have you seen Kitty recently ? I haven't. :slap:

edit...now I have seen Kitty,she is logged in.. :D

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:rotf: Hello, Macdoum! That was funny, "Have you seen. . . now I have seen. . ."

I was not able to come down the stairs to our computer room for several days-- my back & left leg were hurting too much. I went to my doctor, who said there did not seem to be any broken bones anywhere, but that I had strained all the ligaments & tendons in the lumbar area of my low back when I fell while on vacation. As a result, not only do I have low back pain, but also I have sciatica-- that is, the large sciatic nerve that comes from the base of the spinal cord & runs down the back of the butt into the back of the thigh, & on into the calf muscle, has been inflamed. He said it can take 6-8 weeks before it improves, unfortunately. So I am using a cane & asking my hubby for more help than usual. He is a sweetheart & helps whenever I need it.

The medications the doctor prescribed (an opiate for pain & a muscle relaxer to assist in pain relief) make me a bit dizzy & sleepy, so I am being extra cautious when I stand up & walk about the house. I do not want another fall! But as I said, my hubby is good about helping me.

I am glad to come back to the computer now & to get caught up on all the forums.

Edit, 1:38am--

I forgot to thank all of you who have been posting links to other wildlife cams. We have a lot to choose from, now. :wave:

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Welcome back Kitty.. :rotf: but I'm sad to hear you have so much pain since your mishap on holidays.
Glad your doc gave you some pain relief. :wave:

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On the boar cam,Spain.
Now I see an unusual animal...I don't know what it is...looks like a skinny dog ?..Anyone see what it is ?

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