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 Post subject: Wild Pig Cam 2009 discussion
PostPosted: November 27th, 2008, 10:26 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion
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Good evening!

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Pig Camera will start for about 10 days!

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 Post subject: Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion
PostPosted: November 27th, 2008, 11:06 pm 
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Pig Camera will start for about 10 days!
I have been told that it is seen also in the evening? How.. Are there lightning lamps?.. There was a video in LK, but I do not find it any more. :puzzled:

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 Post subject: Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion
PostPosted: November 27th, 2008, 11:09 pm 
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Renandeli, from here you can see what happened last season
http://www.ilm.ee/~uploader/loodus/?leht=art08seatv

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 Post subject: Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion
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Thank you, Kuremari! This one is the best:

mms://video.eenet.ee/arhiiv/2008-02-24.asf

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 Post subject: Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion
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Kuremari wrote:
Renandeli, from here you can see what happened last season
http://www.ilm.ee/~uploader/loodus/?leht=art08seatv


:headroll: Thanks to our LKF-fairies! So, there is lamp lightning :rolleyes: http://www.ilm.ee/~uploader/loodus/?leht=art08seatv :chick:
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 Post subject: Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion
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Thank you, Kuremari! This one is the best:

mms://video.eenet.ee/arhiiv/2008-02-24.asf

:rotf: the first 3,5 minutes they behave perfectly - simply exquisite manners :D
Happy 90th birthday, Estonia !

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 Post subject: Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion
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Thank you, Kuremari! This one is the best:

mms://video.eenet.ee/arhiiv/2008-02-24.asf


what is the bright yellow trail that is visible at the beginning? There must be food there, because the pigs seem to be eating something from the ground and then follow the loop -but why does it glow yellow? and then later the yellow is gone.

I thought the food was on the table, but it appears to be on the ground??

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 Post subject: Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion
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bociany wrote:
juta wrote:
Thank you, Kuremari! This one is the best:

mms://video.eenet.ee/arhiiv/2008-02-24.asf


what is the bright yellow trail that is visible at the beginning? There must be food there, because the pigs seem to be eating something from the ground and then follow the loop -but why does it glow yellow? and then later the yellow is gone.

I thought the food was on the table, but it appears to be on the ground??

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Bociany, food on the table was for eagle, they hoped would come. One big cat found it and some pigs learned to climbe on the table too
That yellow trail was number 90, made by food - Estonian Independence Anniversary.

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 Post subject: Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion
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thank you for the explanation, juta. Do you know how they made it appear yellow?

now I will go read up on Estonian history ...as I thought it was older than 90 years


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this yellow stuff is grain, the boars had also potatoes and apples :2thumbsup:

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Will Mr. Blue Coat be there, bringing the food again this year?
I thought I had saved his photograph, but no -
how fickle I am!


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 Post subject: Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion
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Kuremari wrote:
this yellow stuff is grain, the boars had also potatoes and apples :2thumbsup:


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 Post subject: Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion
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bociany wrote:
thank you for the explanation, juta. Do you know how they made it appear yellow?

now I will go read up on Estonian history ...as I thought it was older than 90 years
I think Estonia is more than one thousand years old :whistling: !Here, Estonica history, ( ..Estonica Nature..Society, Culture, Economy, maps )... etc.. of course you could find all by youself too,, but this is one page with many themes in good order. http://www.estonica.org/eng/teema.html?kateg=43

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Will Mr. Blue Coat be there, bringing the food again this year?
I thought I had saved his photograph, but no -
how fickle I am!

:D i`m sure he will !
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 Post subject: Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion
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renandeli, that is a very excellent website ... thank you. I did Google and found many articles about Estonia, but I will spend some time at the site you posted. Wikipedia says: The settlement of modern day Estonia began around 8500 BC, immediately after the Ice Age. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Estonia


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bociany wrote:
renandeli, that is a very excellent website ... thank you. I did Google and found many articles about Estonia, but I will spend some time at the site you posted. Wikipedia says: The settlement of modern day Estonia began around 8500 BC, immediately after the Ice Age. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Estonia
Good! It is a very especial history that i didn't know at all, thought it is a neighbour country to Finland and a culture relative to the 'finnish' culture. We as finns are young, very youg in respect to Estonia. I found it by occasion, 'all in one' in English, made by Estonians.
edit: Home page to Encyclopedia about Estonia http://www.estonica.org/index.html

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It looks very wet there.


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It looks very wet there.


this picture is from last year, i believe it was about the same time in november :D

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I found some pics stored in photobucket. Here is Mr. Blue coat, delivering food to the area.
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