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 Post subject: Re: Griffon Vulture Webcam in Portugal
PostPosted: February 21st, 2012, 9:00 pm 
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An hour earlier than here

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 Post subject: Re: Griffon Vulture Webcam in Portugal
PostPosted: February 21st, 2012, 9:11 pm 
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Seems the egg in G Vultures nest is due to hatch on 20th March.

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The 1st egg is due to hatch from the 5th March on, it can be the 5th, or the 6th, or the 7th. The 2nd one will be from the 22nd March on (22nd, or 23rd, or 24th...)

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 Post subject: Re: Griffon Vulture Webcam in Portugal
PostPosted: February 21st, 2012, 9:13 pm 
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Fleur wrote:
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An hour earlier than here

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:nod: In Portugal it's one hour earlier than in France and Netherlands, a.s.o. and two hours earlier than in Estonia. And the same as in England

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 Post subject: Re: Griffon Vulture Webcam in Portugal
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:wave: I am nearly sure that I saw a baby-vulture and proud and nice parents
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 Post subject: Re: Griffon Vulture Webcam in Portugal
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Yes, there is a baby GV. It was born on Monday :loveshower:

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 Post subject: Re: Griffon Vulture Webcam in Portugal
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Congratulations garina :headroll:

And is still so small, beautiful
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 Post subject: Re: Griffon Vulture Webcam in Portugal
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:wave: Yes, tuesday I was not realy sure but she moved a little suspect in the nest. :loveshower:


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 Post subject: Re: Griffon Vulture Webcam in Portugal
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 Post subject: Re: Griffon Vulture Webcam in Portugal
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I can make out a young vulture on the cam just now but its very difficult as the nest is under the rocky ledge. :unsure:

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 Post subject: Re: Griffon Vulture Webcam in Portugal
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There are 2 young vultures: one born on the 5/6 th March and the other one on the 26/27 th March.
The cam is changing from one nest to the other, usually one or two days in each one

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garina do mar wrote:
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There are 2 young vultures: one born on the 5/6 th March and the other one on the 26/27 th March.
The cam is changing from one nest to the other, usually one or two days in each one



Thank you Garina,now everything is clear. :thumbs:

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 Post subject: Re: Griffon Vulture Webcam in Portugal
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Just now I see a Griffon V's back & tail on the cliff edge. :D

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 Post subject: Re: Griffon Vulture Webcam in Portugal
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I see all of one Griffon Vulture on a ledge...just sitting. :rolleyes:

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 Post subject: Re: Griffon Vulture Webcam in Portugal
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:wave: I think it is a nice place this year
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 Post subject: Re: Griffon Vulture Webcam in Portugal
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Hi all :wave: :peek:

This year we have three Griffon vulture nests at the cam sight! :loveshower:
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On the first one the egg was seen on the 10th January: chick foreseen for the begining of March (3rd to 5th).
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On the second one the egg was seen on the 31st January: chick foreseen for the end of March (25th to 27th).
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On the third one, the one that is closest to the cam, the egg was seen on the 17th February: chick foreseen for mid April (11th to 13th).
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 Post subject: Re: Griffon Vulture Webcam in Portugal
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:loveshower: Thank you Garina. Isn't that very unusual ? Do they forsee any disputes ? :rolleyes:
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 Post subject: Re: Griffon Vulture Webcam in Portugal
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No, it's not unnusual. In these rocks (on both sides of the river) there must be some 50 couples of GV and also at least one of black storks. These nests are not so close, they have a big distance in high: the one that is closest to the cam is some 25 meters above the others

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 Post subject: Re: Griffon Vulture Webcam in Portugal
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:hi: Garina..50 couples :shock: so many !! Thank you for the precisions. Hope you are well ?

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 Post subject: Re: Griffon Vulture Webcam in Portugal
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This is so very interesting, Garina, and shows this all in a very different way. Thanks so much for the informations and explanations with pictures!!! :wave:

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