Saker Falcons and Eurasian Hobbies in Hungary

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May 29
Good morning :hi:

Sheeps?
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June 1

they growing so fast...
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Fleur wrote:June 1

they growing so fast...
Hi Fleur :wave:

Yes, they are growing very fast ... because they are eating huge amounts of food. :laugh:

Today afternoon they received fresh food again. It was at least 4th or 5th bird with a ring during a couple of weeks. :rolleyes:

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This time the prey had blue ring in one leg and white or metal ring in the other.
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Fleur wrote:May 29
Good morning :hi:

Sheeps?
http://s1109.photobucket.com/user/fleur ... o.jpg.html
I also looked at the first glance that there is a group of cows. :unsure: :laugh: But they did not move. ...

Luckily they are just pieces of field, that were hit down by the heavy rain and have not got up.

Unluck for the farmer, of course. :thumbs:
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O yes, I see it now Konrad :mrgreen:

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:hi:

They are practicing to fly :D
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June 5

Good morning! :hi:

At 06:24 one of the chickens gathered its courage and moved out of the box. :thumbs:

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The others were watching astonished, how he manages there. :laugh:
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At 06:50 one of the parents only delivered food very quickly, but did not feed the kids. There is quite a chaos in the box. :rolleyes:
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June 6

Good morning! :wave:

05:24 The smallest chicken is testing again, how it feels to stand on the wooden beam. Today on the right side of the box. :thumbs:

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06:09 The little chick is in front of the box, showing his well cleaned feathers. The others have turned their backs to him and refuse to talk with him. :laugh: Well, almost. :rolleyes:

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June 8

Good morning! :hi:

The first night out of home? :sleeping:
The biggest chicken is more careful and is only half-way out. :laugh:

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05:59 An accident! The smallest chick fell down from the front wooden beam, when it was training wings. :shock:

Right after that, some bird was flying at low altitude, but it is impossible to say, who it was.
The chick has trained so much, that it can have survived if it just did not hit the metal structures. Let’s hope the best. :thumbs:
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Good morning :hi:
Thank you Konrad for the picture / message :thumbs:
when I open the webcam, a lot of calling.
I hope all is well with the chicken

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Hungarian Saker Falcons - First chick left the box :thumbs:

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:hi: Ferenz.
I saw the movie on FB :thumbs:

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June 9
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All five at home again. :D In good health :thumbs: ... but hungry. :laugh:

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07:25 A bird for breakfast. The chickens are also feeded instead of letting them eat by themselves. :laugh:

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first "chick" has already left the box, now they were feeded instead of self eating; hm: that looks like sentimentals before they left for ever...

I haven't watched in here for a longer time, thanks all for reporting about this nist location. :thumbs:
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