There is a discussion thread and I translated with google almost all!...
What was said at the Portuguese vulture cam site (I put in smaller font what Renandeli wrote):
"Well, they are all entusiasts, what else.. People think that this black stork seems to be healthy and good looking, well fed, it's feathers are exeptionally shining in sunlight, it behaves calm.
" Quite Ok
"Now it is sleeping there, I don't know how many meters high up from the level of the river.
" It's about 20 meters.
"The nest which this (these?.. if the two storks seen there are a couple) Black stork has chosen is an old Griffon Vulture's nest. It is about to fall down - it is broken by storms and rain, the watchers there told.
" From the video it seems they are a couple but only one has been seen. The nest is a former BS nest. Last year, I don't why, they choose another one, but that one this year was occupied by a griffon couple and now they came back (we hope
) for this one. The nest that is broken is one slightly above that is not occupied and was last year the one where we saw the birth and growing up of the little griffon.
"I wonder if one month is enough time for them to prepaire and rebuild the nest..First eggs should be seen at the end of March..
" We don't know if one month is enough to build a nest but WS do it in less time. We don't know either when there will be an egg as BS usually only arrive in Portugal in the end of March.
"There are people who have watched the Estonian web cam last year. Now they hope they could watch as well the portuguese BS nesting as the Estonian BS's nesting too, and to make coparisons! Oh, it would be great!
" I think that everybody that comments on the vulture cam site (and possible many others that don't comment)have followed the growing up of the Looduskalender BS. We also followed last year the pigs cam
"(google transl:Last year much like to see the Estonia! Until then I knew that there were no black storks !:(((
26.02.2009 - 20:05 - Elizabeth R" Correct. Only it is Isabel and not Elizabeth ;))
"Hopefully it is, Isabel R. Via cegonhitas be fun to grow and see if the nested Estonia will also be interesting to make comparisons ...
26.02.2009 - 20:01 - Luisa Moreira
" "We hope that she will stay Isabel R. It will be nice to see little BS growing up and if those from Estonia also have a nest it will be interesting making comparisons."
News from today: there was a problem with the camera and we don't know at what time she left
Only that at 8h15 UTC she was not there and didn't came back yet. But they usually use mornings to look for food. Since Tuesday nobody has seen 2 BS together.
See you later