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 Post subject: Re: Black Stork nest in Portugal
PostPosted: March 2nd, 2009, 10:40 pm 
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Oh, I used 'the Finnish time'. It is one hour more than here in the forum 'dates', but same as in Estonian web cams. It is two hours more than in Portugal! [UTC+2]Eastern European Time..

In those pictures there are the times I see in my PC!

Now it is here 22:40, 20:40 in Portugal. right? :mrgreen:

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 Post subject: Re: Black Stork nest in Portugal
PostPosted: March 2nd, 2009, 10:45 pm 
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Hi, these are the best pics I got today. I saw one Black Stork. She was active and was building the nest, moving branches, cleaned feathers, behaved calm, rested. The cam was black every now and then together for some hours. At 20.55 it walked to the nest behind the corner. I don't know if someone has seen an other BS there.
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Hi Renandeli :wave:
Good overview. It seems that the other BS didn't appear. Or there were both but never meeting each other :rotf:
Could you please refer the time zone you're using? Other wise it will be rather confusing if everybody says different times meaning the same

Haha - I wondered what time is sunset in Portugal!

Sunset: today at 18h31 UTC (Portuguese time also)
Maybe this can help :whistling:
http://www.oal.ul.pt/download/dados2009/SolLisboa09.pdf

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 Post subject: Re: Black Stork nest in Portugal
PostPosted: March 2nd, 2009, 10:57 pm 
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Sunset: today at 18h31 UTC (Portuguese time also)
Maybe this can help :whistling:
http://www.oal.ul.pt/download/dados2009/SolLisboa09.pdf
Thanks! I am not too good 'in numbers'.. :blush: It is anyway nice to follow how the Black Stork is quite precise and follows a regular schedule when it returns in the evenings at home. Nice! Propably, I'm quite sure, that she landed on the home rock at about 18:20 Portuguese time, also 20:20 in Estonian and Finnish time! :rolleyes: Althought I did not see just that moment.

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 Post subject: Re: Black Stork nest in Portugal
PostPosted: March 3rd, 2009, 8:59 am 
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BS woke up at 6h15 UTC, made some repairs on the nest. Stretched her wings :loveshower: and left her place at 6h56UTC.
I will be away all day :cry: but I believe that Renandeli will make a nice diary of BS :whistling:


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 Post subject: Re: Black Stork nest in Portugal
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Good morning :wave: There was the BS!
Awaikening, moving braches, streching wings :rolleyes:
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 Post subject: Re: Black Stork nest in Portugal
PostPosted: March 3rd, 2009, 9:17 am 
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Some seconds before she left. A sunny day has begun.
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 Post subject: Re: Black Stork nest in Portugal
PostPosted: March 3rd, 2009, 9:49 am 
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Hi, now I see, garina do mar said
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but I believe that Renandeli will make a nice diary of BS :whistling:
Yes, I will have the cam open every moment I'm in my PC room, and I'll try to read the posts in Portugal too! We have to know everything about Mrs Black Stork! :thumbs:

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 Post subject: Re: Black Stork nest in Portugal
PostPosted: March 3rd, 2009, 12:43 pm 
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There is it. At 11.50 Estonian time, 9.50 Portugease time it cleaned feathers and went into the nest on the corner behind the rock.
You can't see it on the 'small' window. Right click and zoom fullcreen! At any moment she can show herself better. Of course .http://static.publico.clix.pt/grifosnaweb/#begin

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 Post subject: Re: Black Stork nest in Portugal
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19:10 by Estonain time a BS on cliff, probably preparing for night.
I think that stork is he! But i'm not sure of course...
If remember last spring right - Donna begun with nest preparing only after pair has formed. Here I can't believe that, yet.
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 Post subject: Re: Black Stork nest in Portugal
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Good evening :wave:
The BS was present for most time in the morning. After
12:00 it was away about a half an hour. Then it came back and I got some quite good pictures between 13:30-13:38. The bird's feathers are really shiny and beautiful.

At 14:00 I went out to stores and came back 16:00. BS was absent. Then next time I saw it at 19:05. But in the afternoon I took some pictures of the nest. The cam was zoomed to see near, thought it was empty. It looks out a BS nest, I think! And it is was told that she has made some arrangemens on the nest, moved moss, branches, dry leaves. Now, at 19:34 it admiring the view over the river.

I'll put the pics later.
(portuguese local times are the 'same' as abowe - 2h!)

edit: Well, as I see Urmas says below, it sure not at all is it a she or he.

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 Post subject: Re: Black Stork nest in Portugal
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Later after 19:34 she/he went on standing on the rock untill about 20:00, and flew away, but returned 20:17 and went directly to the nest. It begins to be dark now.
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 Post subject: Re: Black Stork nest in Portugal
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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.

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 Post subject: Re: Black Stork nest in Portugal
PostPosted: March 3rd, 2009, 10:16 pm 
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Can anyone help, please?

We need to find an e-mail address in order to contact the owners of the Black Stork webcam in Portugal, in order to seek permission to carry a link to it.

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Good night. :wave:
This is the photos of this evening. :innocent:
Sorry, I don't comment more, but... my English :puzzled: :cry:


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PostPosted: March 3rd, 2009, 10:32 pm 
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I wish I could be for help but my English is.. :blush: uh.. I can make so silly and just mad mistakes! And Portuguese.. help :help: !! Let's hope and wait ..! :D

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 Post subject: Re: Black Stork nest in Portugal
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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: :wave:
The picture 3 is a vulture's nest (last year was born a vulture there :D ), but this year it's empty :cry:


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Can anyone help, please?

We need to find an e-mail address in order to contact the owners of the Black Stork webcam in Portugal, in order to seek permission to carry a link to it.

Thanks if you can help.


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I already send an email to them. I'm waiting for the answer. I think it will be soon :shake:

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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: :wave:
The picture 3 is a vulture's nest (last year was born a vulture there :D ), but this year it's empty :cry:
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:

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Can anyone help, please?

We need to find an e-mail address in order to contact the owners of the Black Stork webcam in Portugal, in order to seek permission to carry a link to it.

Thanks if you can help.


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I already send an email to them. I'm waiting for the answer. I think it will be soon :shake:

Many thanks, Garina.


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19:10 by Estonain time a BS on cliff, probably preparing for night.
I think that stork is he! But i'm not sure of course...
If remember last spring right - Donna begun with nest preparing only after pair has formed. Here I can't believe that, yet.
Urmas

Hello Urmas :wave:
The BS have been seen together on the 24th (very friendly to each other) and on sunday (1st of March) they were near 2 hours in "mating dances" but "nothing" happened :rotf: . It seemed that the "lady" was not willing to it :whistling:

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