Black Stork Webcam Discussion ~ ? ~ 2015

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Tiina worked a lot at the nest last year at this time - this stork doesn't work ... or stay ... Oh, I wish she/he will come back!
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At least two good things happened today: the view became clear and the stork appeared.
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Mutikluti wrote: I think that it's Tiina. This new stork didn't like to sit on this branch. Tiina and Tiit used this place.
Wow, I didn't see this until now. I have checked the nest regulary, but not the topic. So much to watch these days :help:
A blackstork (Tiina) in the nest today :loveshower:

Thank you for information Renno, and thank you for comments, pictures and video :wave:
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9:05 :hi:
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great tit an a jay :laugh:
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9:39 the jay is on the courtship. He makes mating calls :laugh:
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:hi: There was also another bird in the spruce on the left - maybe the spouse of the jay in the picture ...
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Think yesterday the female stork visited nest, but can't say if Tiina?
Seemed too much unfamiliar with that nest, though.
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The stork looks like Tiina but she didn't stay for night, didn't work in the nest and flew away. The nest looks abandoned. Maybe she appeared here before the cam was opened, brought some moss, didn't find Tiit and left.
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So far can not see a change in or on the nest :cry:

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It does not look very promising. :unsure:
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I am also so sad about this empty nest. I miss Tiina and Tiit! :faint:
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WOW - what a catch! :loveshower:

An Ural Owl :loveshower:
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Oh wow, what a great alternative!
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Post by asteria »

And now angry blackbird was heard like three years ago.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1LO3GoBPwGQ
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With thanks to Dagi for her observation :thumbs:



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What a lucky catch! :headroll: Congratulations!
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Ooooh! Yes ....... What an owl! :shock: Such an impressive, overwhelming beautiful bird! :loveshower:
I think, this species is not often in this region, isn't it? Not to speak of western europe ... 8-)
Lucky Estonia!

Thanks a lot, Dagi, for catching this precious moment, and Bea, for giving us the video! I will save it.
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Wow! TY, Bea, for the video woth that beauty owl! :loveshower:
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