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 Post subject: Re: Winter Feeding Ground Cameras.
PostPosted: November 22nd, 2008, 5:24 pm 
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Good afternoon!
Perfect eagle pic's today!

Jo have you seen this - news about reintroducing Sea Eagle to England.
http://www.independent.co.uk/environmen ... 30328.html

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PostPosted: November 22nd, 2008, 5:28 pm 
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Hello Yarko. :wave:

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 Post subject: Re: Winter Feeding Ground Cameras.
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Thank you everyone for the great eagle pictures.

The time difference and daylight hours work against me these winter days. :sad:

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The Foxes are Preparing for Stormy Weather

Aren`t they gorgeous just now, in fluffy coats? Evidently they sense the storm coming, so they might have to stay in shelter for couple of days.
Proof to that is that today they were hunting mice on the fields in the middle of day.
Foxes have to change their hunting tactics if snow covers the earth with thick carpet.


:rolleyes: Forecast warning: from midnight 23.11 to 24.11 strong wind and much snow

So let`s see are the foxes and weather centre right :puzzled:

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Thank you Kuremarie. Isn't he a lovely fellow?

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Hello Yarko. :wave:

Hello Bairbre, nice to 'see' you!

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yarko wrote:
Good afternoon!
Perfect eagle pic's today!

Jo have you seen this - news about reintroducing Sea Eagle to England.
http://www.independent.co.uk/environmen ... 30328.html

Thanks for that news, Yarko.
My friend up in the Western Isles said she saw one, yesterday. She is on the isle of South Uist. It was she who sparked my interest in ravens - she keeps one on her croft. He is flightless due to an old injury so she was allowed to rescue him, many years ago.


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You are correct Renandeli - the beaks are different - would you say the one on the left looks like a Juvie??

Well spotted on the one flying in the background!! :D

Hello Patsycat, would you please explain me what's Juvie? I'm afraid my English is'nt good enough...thank you! :nod:

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yarko wrote:
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You are correct Renandeli - the beaks are different - would you say the one on the left looks like a Juvie??

Well spotted on the one flying in the background!! :D

Hello Patsycat, would you please explain me what's Juvie? I'm afraid my English is'nt good enough...thank you! :nod:

Sorry Yarko - I have got into the habit of calling them that - it is short for Juvenile - by that we mean a young bird that has fledged and is living independantly - but has not yet become fully adult - with adult colours!!

I suppose you could also call them teenagers!! :D

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 Post subject: Re: Winter Feeding Ground Cameras.
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Patsycat wrote:
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Patsycat wrote:
You are correct Renandeli - the beaks are different - would you say the one on the left looks like a Juvie??

Well spotted on the one flying in the background!! :D

Hello Patsycat, would you please explain me what's Juvie? I'm afraid my English is'nt good enough...thank you! :nod:

Sorry Yarko - I have got into the habit of calling them that - it is short for Juvenile - by that we mean a young bird that has fledged and is living independantly - but has not yet become fully adult - with adult colours!!

I suppose you could also call them teenagers!! :D

Thank you Patsycat :nod:
Teenagers indeed!

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 Post subject: Re: Winter Feeding Ground Cameras.
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Hello to you all
Been browsing 'round lately.Haven't got the camera
working yet.,though the time shows. Maybe I'm just too late. :dunno:
What is the g.m.t. in Estonia, please ?
Lovely photos of eagles and Ravens ,lots of ravens.Trust those fellas to whiff out any food going..!!
Nice to 'see' the familiar faces. :hi:
Soon as I see cam ,maybe I can say more.
Great work from those who set up all of this.A lot of hard work involved I'm sure . Thanks..Merci. :peek:

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macdoum wrote:
Hello to you all
Been browsing 'round lately.Haven't got the camera
working yet.,though the time shows. Maybe I'm just too late. :dunno:
What is the g.m.t. in Estonia, please ?
Lovely photos of eagles and Ravens ,lots of ravens.Trust those fellas to whiff out any food going..!!
Nice to 'see' the familiar faces. :hi:
Soon as I see cam ,maybe I can say more.
Great work from those who set up all of this.A lot of hard work involved I'm sure . Thanks..Merci. :peek:

Estonia is 2 hrs ahead of GMT - so add two!!
Nice to see you here as well! :D :hi:

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 Post subject: Re: Winter Feeding Ground Cameras.
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Hallo, macdoum.
You can't see the webcam? Horrors. :cry: What is the problem? It normally opens in Windows Media Player.
Oh, are you on a dial up connection - maybe that is a problem?

Estonian time (East European Standard Time or EEST) is 2 hours ahead of GMT, so I suppose, one hour ahead of your time? They start their days earlier (dawn begins about 05.30 GMT and that far north, daylight ends around 14.00 GMT.
But it's beautiful for those who are on the scene early enough.


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In any case link is here:

mms://tv.eenet.ee/kotkas

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Sunday morning. More snow and heavy wind.


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The angle is different today. Those trees on the back where two eagles sat day before yesterday are not seen.
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Morning!
the fox was right- some nasty weather :rolleyes:
but seems they don`t mind at all...

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:rolleyes: are these two ravens( on the background) bathing in snow??
looks like they are doing " snow angels" :D

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:rolleyes: are these two ravens( on the background) bathing in snow??
looks like they are doing " snow angels" :D
LOL, snow-eangels, yes. I wondered at first what are those rotating things (seals?)there in the snow. There were two ravens taking snow baths. They love snow!
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And again. A raven on his back with feet towards the sky on the snow! :D

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Good morning.
There is a red path along the bottom of the camera view. Does anyone know what that is about?


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