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 Post subject: Re: Bear Webcam
PostPosted: May 20th, 2011, 10:06 pm 
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I popped back on for a moment to post an article about flooding in USA & effects on ospreys. posted here (bottom of page): viewtopic.php?f=37&p=101554#p101554

Now I am off again! :wave:

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 Post subject: Re: Bear Webcam
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Fleur wrote:
:wave: Felis.
Good night


Not yet, but soon. I think the cuckoo won't go so soon as well.

cougar wrote last night or today early morning:

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I was always sad, when the winter boar camera ended at spring. So I welcome this summer woods' camera from all of my heart :loveshower: :loveshower: :loveshower:
So far no animals, but the big bumblebee and the cockoo, though. And the cockoo "works" even at 3.11, as now, lol. 8-)
But I hope, now we can see also the elves (and I don't mean these ridiculous little winged creatures, fairies) dancing, especially at St John's day's eve, as much as Estonia is the "land of the elves, witches and werewolves, lol :headroll:

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 Post subject: Re: Bear Webcam
PostPosted: May 20th, 2011, 10:13 pm 
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so late? :laugh:

I agree with cougar, a nice replacement of the wild boar webcam.

@ Kitty: I will read it later, I'm going to bed now
Good night everyone :wave:


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 Post subject: Re: Bear Webcam
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:wave: good night Fleur!

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 Post subject: Re: Bear Webcam
PostPosted: May 20th, 2011, 11:24 pm 
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tonight it seems the forest is virtually silent


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 Post subject: Re: Bear Webcam
PostPosted: May 21st, 2011, 12:46 am 
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Thus far, no night time forest animals have come around, at least not while I watched. The cuckoo just roused a moment ago & gave a few coo-koos, but now only the night insects make noise. I did see a ghostly sort of image earlier, floating by the cam & going in several directions by quick turns :shock: -- but I am pretty sure it was a moth or other night insect fluttering by. :mrgreen: (Or maybe an elf, I really don't know!)

I go to Käsmu cam to break up the monotony, & the night sky there is gorgeous with colors. It seems by now that sunset sort of blends into sunrise in north reaches of Estonia. :loveshower:

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1:56

I just heard a noise that was definitely motion but I did not see anything.

Already the sky is lighter than the forest.


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 Post subject: Re: Bear Webcam
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I just heard a noise that was definitely motion but I did not see anything.

Already the sky is lighter than the forest.

Darn! I went to another forum for a minute, & had Youtube playing instead of the cam! Did you see anything at all, Alice?

The sky does seem to be brightening quickly.

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 Post subject: Re: Bear Webcam
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Dogs have begun barking from afar, & the cuckoo started up again for a few minutes.

Edit, 2:35-- Yes, the cuckoo is definitely awake & back on his 2-second cycle. :D

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 Post subject: Re: Bear Webcam
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:slap: Its that cuckoo again. :mrgreen:

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:faint: SOMETHING! Moving quickly at center behind the tree line. I THINK a beaer, but not sure. I am recording right now just in case I can get it, but I think I was too slow.

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 Post subject: Re: Bear Webcam
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last night i see something behind the big tree. There was something mowing there now also


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 Post subject: Re: Bear Webcam
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:cry: :rant: I did not get it in my video. Just the cuckoo. so i got rid of the video & will start over. Darn it! But you saw it, too, Heidu. I feel better knowing it was not just my eagerness letting me see things.

NOW I AM GETTING IT!! Behind the big pine tree at the right. Will post when I get the whole video. It IS a bear. :loveshower:

Edit, 3:06-- It is still there. But I am uploading video & can't record at the moment.

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 Post subject: Re: Bear Webcam
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A bear lurks in the forest! (I should have waited to record-- much better view later as it went off cam to the left.) Video best viewed if you right-click & choose watch on Youtube.




These photos are not very good, the bear is blurry as it makes its way quickly to the left & off cam.

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 Post subject: Re: Bear Webcam
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It came in and went out the same way as last night :loveshower: I`m so happy that some other see it too. I have taken some pictures,but can`t put them in here yet :book: have too learn a bit first :slap:


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 Post subject: Re: Bear Webcam
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heidu wrote:
It came in and went out the same way as last night :loveshower: I`m so happy that some other see it too. I have taken some pictures,but can`t put them in here yet :book: have too learn a bit first :slap:

It is not too difficult, Heidu. You need to either have an account to where you can upload the photos (as Photobucket or Flikr.com), or do as I do & use a site like ImageShack that does not require an account. This works OK if you don't care to have a site other than here where you share photos. With ImageShack (http://imageshack.us/) you simply click the browse button to chose which photos to upload from your computer, then after that, click upload button & after they get uploaded, copy the "forum code" text & paste it into a posting here.

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 Post subject: Re: Bear Webcam
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Have too try it tomorrow, it`s a bit late now(Norway one hour after Eesti time :nod: I´m having a great picture of it sitting behind the tree, looking like the head of a teddybear :rotf: :offtobed:


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 Post subject: Re: Bear Webcam
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I look forward to seeing your photo when yo get it posted, Heidu. Goodnight! :wave:

Now I have to log off for a while, too. I must make some supper for us.

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 Post subject: Re: Bear Webcam
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For a while in the night I thought there was no mic (that it had died or been eaten) but now the cuckoo has been audible for hours and I did hear that movement -- the only thing I heard it got much lighter.


I saw nothing. So you guys were much luckier than I.


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