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 Post subject: Re: Latvian LSE Nest Webcam 2012
PostPosted: May 27th, 2012, 10:25 am 
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Metra call, jumps on branch

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 Post subject: Re: Latvian LSE Nest Webcam 2012
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I think when Macho brings many preys, we will be able to count ?
May 1 First Egg, May 5, the second....32 days incubation period, :puzzled:


Maybe he brings more prey in the early morning hours - when I´n not watching because :sleep:

But I wonder if it will be enough for Metra AND a chick .... :puzzled:

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 Post subject: Re: Latvian LSE Nest Webcam 2012
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According to Bubo, both Spot (2009) and Tormi (2011) hatched after ca 40 days. I have figured out that Metras first egg will hatch around June 10, and the second around June 14 (same as Ehas only egg). I hope/think we will see more of Macho when the time comes.. :nod:


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So, a little patience :laugh:
Thank you for info Lussi

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Lussi05 wrote:
According to Bubo, both Spot (2009) and Tormi (2011) hatched after ca 40 days. I have figured out that Metras first egg will hatch around June 10, and the second around June 14 (same as Ehas only egg). I hope/think we will see more of Macho when the time comes.. :nod:


Yes, and Tormi hatched after 40 days from the second egg.


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Macho with prey, I have not seen the prey, it went too fast

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Macho with prey again, ..the intestines can be seen from the prey

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17:51 - a calm afternoon as usual for Metra, she is rolling eggs and keeps the nest in order:
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19:52 - Metra is lying in the nest..
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19:57 - gets up..(she has brought a lot of twigs with leaves to the nest, birch I think?)..
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19:58 - and leaves the nest..
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...I can hear Metra calling from the forest..
20:01 - she is back with a large spruce twig..
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- back on the eggs..
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20:25 - sleeping.. :sleeping:
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Hello !
Can you give me the link for this webcam? Thank you
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Yoko wrote:
Hello !
Can you give me the link for this webcam? Thank you
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Yoko

You speak English fine!


This is the link.
mms://wm.tiesraides.lv/lu1

In almost every case the first post of each forum has the link to the cam -- so you can find it easily next time.


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13:48 - Metra left the nest, she was gone for 10 minutes. She came back with a Spruce twig.

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While Metra was gone I made a shot of the eggs alone .... they still look "normal" - so we can exspect business as usual for the last days :whistling:

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15:42 - Metra left the nest again:
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15:45: - Back with more twig:
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MAY 30 Yes, Fleur, Metra need a strong stomach !

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Good morning :hi:

Yes, it`s very windy:
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