Eagles' Winter Feeding Ground ~ Nov 2009 - Mar 2010

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Re: Winter Feeding Ground Webcam November '09

Post by vaino » November 10th, 2009, 1:26 pm

12:20, Eagle is fighting for leftovers !
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Re: Winter Feeding Ground Webcam November '09

Post by Ophiophagus » November 10th, 2009, 1:31 pm

12:30 This eagle may have been very hungry already!

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Re: Winter Feeding Ground Webcam November '09

Post by Mutikluti » November 10th, 2009, 1:33 pm

I think that it's the same eagle who was yesterday here...
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Re: Winter Feeding Ground Webcam November '09

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Re: Winter Feeding Ground Webcam November '09

Post by Mutikluti » November 10th, 2009, 1:48 pm

Other birds don't give to this eagle take a meal in peace...
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Re: Winter Feeding Ground Webcam November '09

Post by Ophiophagus » November 10th, 2009, 1:57 pm

12:50 The crows noticed it, that on the neighbourhood of the eagle to be dangerous!! :laugh:

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Re: Winter Feeding Ground Webcam November '09

Post by Mutikluti » November 10th, 2009, 1:58 pm

12.52
An eagle took off...
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Re: Winter Feeding Ground Webcam November '09

Post by Mutikluti » November 10th, 2009, 2:02 pm

Ophiophagus wrote:12:50 The crows noticed it, that on the neighbourhood of the eagle to be dangerous!! :laugh:
I think that there is an other eagle too and it flew over the feeding place...All birds took off at the same time...
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Re: Winter Feeding Ground Webcam November '09

Post by Ophiophagus » November 10th, 2009, 2:16 pm

Mutikluti wrote: I think that there is an other eagle too and it flew over the feeding place...All birds took off at the same time...
I hope for that other eagle likewise we will see ! :loveshower:
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Re: Winter Feeding Ground Webcam November '09

Post by Ricky » November 10th, 2009, 3:18 pm

It´s an absolutely wonderful atmosphere in this snowy landscape! :loveshower: A joy to watch and listen!

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Re: Winter Feeding Ground Webcam November '09

Post by ame » November 10th, 2009, 4:11 pm

this two-cameras-at-the-same-view is rather cool :D . the winter colors (or actually missing colours) are wonderful. :headroll: Ricky, i completely agree with you. - where is that munching sound coming from? or is it just water dripping? the loud clunk-clunk is water dripping on the microphone, i guess..

have you figured out what are the positions of the cameras relative to each other? or is it described somewhere? (i haven't had time to go through the LK pages)
i have tried to see whether a bird would fly out of one picture and then come into the other from some direction but i haven't been able to see that... :unsure: are the cameras looking at completely different directions or do their fields-of-view overlap?

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Re: Winter Feeding Ground Webcam November '09

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Re: Winter Feeding Ground Webcam November '09

Post by Ricky » November 10th, 2009, 4:27 pm

ame wrote:this two-cameras-at-the-same-view is rather cool :D . the winter colors (or actually missing colours) are wonderful. :headroll: Ricky, i completely agree with you. - where is that munching sound coming from? or is it just water dripping? the loud clunk-clunk is water dripping on the microphone, i guess..
Yes, I guess also the munching sounds is water (or maybe also snowflakes) that is dripping further away from the microphone.
ame wrote:have you figured out what are the positions of the cameras relative to each other? or is it described somewhere? (i haven't had time to go through the LK pages)
i have tried to see whether a bird would fly out of one picture and then come into the other from some direction but i haven't been able to see that... :unsure: are the cameras looking at completely different directions or do their fields-of-view overlap?
I have thought about this too, but didn´t find explanation on LK.
I remember last year we were told about how the cameras were situated. But I can´t remember what they said. It would be kind of someone would tell us again. :innocent:
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Re: Winter Feeding Ground Webcam November '09

Post by Kuremari » November 10th, 2009, 4:34 pm

ame wrote:this two-cameras-at-the-same-view is rather cool :D . the winter colors (or actually missing colours) are wonderful. :headroll: Ricky, i completely agree with you. - where is that munching sound coming from? or is it just water dripping? the loud clunk-clunk is water dripping on the microphone, i guess..

have you figured out what are the positions of the cameras relative to each other? or is it described somewhere? (i haven't had time to go through the LK pages)
i have tried to see whether a bird would fly out of one picture and then come into the other from some direction but i haven't been able to see that... :unsure: are the cameras looking at completely different directions or do their fields-of-view overlap?
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don`t know about the close-up cam, looks a bit different from last season, but in big picture it is the same..
nop, it is just the different angle i think, the landscape design made by Who? :puzzled: (bad memory) last year is the same :mrgreen:
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Re: Winter Feeding Ground Webcam November '09

Post by Ophiophagus » November 10th, 2009, 4:37 pm

15:35 Snowy landscape and tearing clouds above the trees. :shake:

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Re: Winter Feeding Ground Webcam November '09

Post by Ophiophagus » November 10th, 2009, 4:46 pm

Kuremari wrote: viewtopic.php?f=9&t=27
don`t know about the close-up cam, looks a bit different from last season, but in big picture it is the same..
nop, it is just the different angle i think, the landscape design made by Who? :puzzled: (bad memory) last year is the same :mrgreen:
I remember so, that from the feeder right the tree is. You may see it on the left side camera with little fortune, when the bird flies away right. :idea:
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Re: Winter Feeding Ground Webcam November '09

Post by Kuremari » November 10th, 2009, 4:46 pm

the sky in right-cam is simply awesome! :headroll:
so dark and the clouds almost touch the tops of the trees...

hmm...where are the ravens today? i have seen only one :puzzled:
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Re: Winter Feeding Ground Webcam November '09

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Re: Winter Feeding Ground Webcam November '09

Post by Kuremari » November 10th, 2009, 5:00 pm

a jay at 15.57,
now on the branch of the perch tree:)
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Re: Winter Feeding Ground Webcam November '09

Post by Ophiophagus » November 10th, 2009, 5:08 pm

Kuremari wrote:the sky in right-cam is simply awesome! :headroll:
so dark and the clouds almost touch the tops of the trees...

hmm...where are the ravens today? i have seen only one :puzzled:
The ravens not hungry yet possibly. If the snow does not melt, they will be here shortly! :shake:
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