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 Post subject: Re: Black Stork nest in Portugal
PostPosted: March 3rd, 2009, 11:48 pm 
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Hello Renandeli :wave:
One more time many thanks for the complete diaries :loveshower:
I promise that from saturday on I will help you with them but this week is really crazy :cry:

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 Post subject: Re: Black Stork nest in Portugal
PostPosted: March 4th, 2009, 12:15 am 
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Hello Renandeli :wave:
One more time many thanks for the complete diaries :loveshower:
I promise that from saturday on I will help you with them but this week is really crazy :cry:
Thank you! It's allright. I love to follow the life of Black Storks.. Just during these weeks I have had more time than later in the spring. But when Estonian Black Storks return then there will be much 'work' to do here for many many others too. I hope it will be a great time. It would be so great to see the nesting of two Black Stork families! :2thumbsup:

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 Post subject: Re: Black Stork nest in Portugal
PostPosted: March 4th, 2009, 12:55 am 
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More pictures of today:
1) one more zoom picture at 13:37- the shiny black diamond rainbow coloured feathers, moss on the nest where the BS is staying

2) a zoom picture of the same nest without BS

3) one picture of an other, a different nest near by, or remains of e nest? The cam view was moving here and there, all at once the cam stopped to this plase.


Hello, Renandeli:
The picture 3 is a vulture's nest (last year was born a vulture there), but this year it's empty:
Oh, what a pity.. I am really sorry to hear that.. :unsure: Don't be too sorry, please, lynx.pardallus. Next year will come and then, hopefully they will have nest there again.. :nod:


Yes, I am very sad...:cry: I love vultures... they are spectacular... :!:

What happened to your personal photo???!!! :puzzled:


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 Post subject: Re: Black Stork nest in Portugal
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lynx.pardallus wrote:
renandeli wrote:
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renandeli wrote:
More pictures of today:
1) one more zoom picture at 13:37- the shiny black diamond rainbow coloured feathers, moss on the nest where the BS is staying

2) a zoom picture of the same nest without BS

3) one picture of an other, a different nest near by, or remains of e nest? The cam view was moving here and there, all at once the cam stopped to this plase.


Hello, Renandeli:
The picture 3 is a vulture's nest (last year was born a vulture there), but this year it's empty:
Oh, what a pity.. I am really sorry to hear that.. Don't be too sorry, please, lynx.pardallus. Next year will come and then, hopefully they will have nest there again..


Yes, I am very sad...:cry: I love vultures... they are spectacular... :!:

What happened to your personal photo???!!! :puzzled:


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Sorry, I'm very ashamed... :blush: is not "personal photo" but avatar :slap:


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 Post subject: Re: Black Stork nest in Portugal
PostPosted: March 4th, 2009, 4:22 pm 
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Thank you all for keeping us informed.

It´s a pity that I can´t watch that BS cam and pig cam at the same time because pig cam will soon crash (I´ve tried it). :faint: But because of your stories and and photos I can follow also that cam quite well. :bounce:

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 Post subject: Re: Black Stork nest in Portugal
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Good evening! Boa tarde! :bounce: The Black stork was out of the nest from 09:02 in the morning to 19:59 in the evening (Poturguese time -2h)! The eight or ninth night on this nest is beginning for the Black Stork, as far as I know. Looks good! You can see it there until the night is black, and only fireflies are flying in the air. One week left to the full moon! :laugh:

It has been a quite windy day.

Just zoom the little video window to full screen.. It seems to be resting or sleeping. :sleeping:
http://static.publico.clix.pt/grifosnaweb/

I took the snapshot for one second too late. I saw when it flew from left side below directly on the nest, not to the same place on the clip of rock where I have seen it lands usually.


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 Post subject: Re: Black Stork nest in Portugal
PostPosted: March 4th, 2009, 8:45 pm 
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Good evening! Boa tarde! :bounce: The Black stork was out of the nest from 09:02 in the morning to 19:59 in the evening (Poturguese time -2h)! The eight or ninth night on this nest is beginning for the Black Stork, as far as I know. Looks good! You can see it there until the night is black, and only fireflies are flying in the air. One week left to the full moon! :laugh:

It has been a quite windy day.

Just zoom the little video window to full screen.. It seems to be resting or sleeping. :sleeping:
http://static.publico.clix.pt/grifosnaweb/

I took the snapshot for one second too late. I saw when it flew from left side below directly on the nest, not to the same place on the clip of rock where I have seen it lands usually.


Hello, renandeli :wave:

Yes, the Black stork was out of the nest from 07:02 (UTC) in the morning to 17:59 (UTC) in the evening.
Pictures of the morning:


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 Post subject: Re: Black Stork nest in Portugal
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This is the return of the stork, this evening:


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 Post subject: Re: Black Stork nest in Portugal
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Hi, lynx.pardallus :wave: What fine you got those pictures. The BS may be very tired. Eleven hours out doing who knows what and where..After it landed it did almost nothing. Then it took just the position it had as long as there was some light.. :sleeping: Let's hope it was tired but happy! 8-)

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Ricky wrote:
Thank you all for keeping us informed.

It´s a pity that I can´t watch that BS cam and pig cam at the same time because pig cam will soon crash (I´ve tried it). :faint: But because of your stories and and photos I can follow also that cam quite well. :bounce:

:wave: Ricky
I usually have the vulture/BS cam open through their site (on the left top corner of the screen) and pig/bambi cam open through wmp (on the left down corner of the screen) :D
And use the remaining 3/4 of the screen to work :whistling:

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 Post subject: Re: Black Stork nest in Portugal
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Hello Garina .
What news?
Carmel


edit; Sorry I posted,then saw I'd missed a whole page with latest updates.
Mesculpa..... :slap:

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 Post subject: Re: Black Stork nest in Portugal
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Hello Garina .
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Hi Macdoum :wave:
No news :puzzled:
She left very early in the morning, imediatly after waking up and returned to sleep.
One interesting thing is that the nest from today until some days after full moon will be lightened by the moon :shake:
With griffon vulture it was very nice because they stayed awake looking at the moon in the river. But I don't know what BS will do :whistling:


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Goodmorning all :wave:
News from BS:
At 6:25 UTC she was still sleeping :sleeping:
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At 6:43 UTC she decided that it was time to get up :whistling:


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At 6:43 UTC she went to see the view :shake:
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And what a lovely view she has :loveshower:
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But she decided that it was too early and went back to the nest :rant:


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Finally at 6:56 she decided that it was time to get up to "work" :headroll:
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And she left :cry:
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And I'm leaving also :banghead:
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Good morning :wave: There was the Black Stork in the morning, arranged the nest. It left at 8:57.


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Finally at 6:56 she decided that it was time to get up to "work" :headroll:
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And she left :cry:
And I'm leaving also :banghead:
See you :wave:
Hello, I will keep the FRAPS automat on the whole day! :rolleyes:

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Hello, I will keep the FRAPS automat on the whole day! :rolleyes:

Thank you Renandeli :bow:
I count on that :rotf:
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One interesting thing is that the nest from today until some days after full moon will be lightened by the moon :shake:
With griffon vulture it was very nice because they stayed awake looking at the moon in the river. But I don't know what BS will do :whistling:

Last years fullmoon:
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And the full moon over the river Tagus in front of the nests :shake:


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Thank you garina do mar! Great! The vultures are there! :rolleyes: I remember that there are lot of people who miss them, and the cam is zoomed to their nest every now and then. Wonderful pictures!

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