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PostPosted: May 20th, 2011, 9:05 pm 
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what noise was that ?
( sound laughing cuckoo )



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 Post subject: Re: Bear Webcam
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will we put up our tent here ?
will be great :laugh:

:thumbs: I would like to do so! (I missed the noise, I went to Käsmu cam for a minute.)

Edit-- I listened to your video & at first thought the noise was another cuckoo calling over the first one, but then I wondered if it might be an owl calling ?

Edit-- I just heard it again on the live stream. I think it is an owl of some kind.

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 Post subject: Re: Bear Webcam
PostPosted: May 20th, 2011, 9:16 pm 
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Good maps are few and far between for some reason. Maybe everybody is expected to use Google maps?
Here is a map that at least shows roughly where, in Estonia, Alutaguse is:
estonica.org/en/Nature/Location ...Eesti_pinnareljeef/?large
- up in NE corner; same source, Estonica, as before.

Another, on a more municipal basis: teenus.regio.ee/ ...php?id=242
kaart=map; aerofoto=aerial photo; little yellow arrow in right top corner: click to have full-screen view
( :blush: posted in wrong topic first ... :blush: )


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 Post subject: Re: Bear Webcam
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Fleur wrote:
what noise was that ?


my husband says it's the laughter of the cuckoo :laugh:

@ I have not heard an owl kitty


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 Post subject: Re: Bear Webcam
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Fleur wrote:
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what noise was that ?


my husband says it's the laughter of the cuckoo :laugh:

@ I have not heard an owl kitty

I have never heard a cuckoo laugh (we do not have them in USA as far as I know). It does sound sort of like a laugh. :D

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It's funny, I still have several cams open and there are so many cuckoos cuckooing :rotf:

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Kitty KCMO wrote:
Fleur wrote:
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what noise was that ?


my husband says it's the laughter of the cuckoo :laugh:

@ I have not heard an owl kitty

I have never heard a cuckoo laugh (we do not have them in USA as far as I know). It does sound sort of like a laugh. :D

and seldom heard him laugh, so we have a unique moment :laugh:


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It's funny, I still have several cams open and there are so many cuckoos cuckooing :rotf:


Yeah :thumbs: :laugh:


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Liis wrote:
Good maps are few and far between for some reason. Maybe everybody is expected to use Google maps?
Here is a map that at least shows roughly where, in Estonia, Alutaguse is:
estonica.org/en/Nature/Location ...Eesti_pinnareljeef/?large
- up in NE corner; same source, Estonica, as before.

Another, on a more municipal basis: teenus.regio.ee/ ...php?id=242
kaart=map; aerofoto=aerial photo; little yellow arrow in right top corner: click to have full-screen view
( :blush: posted in wrong topic first ... :blush: )


thanks Liis for the info :thumbs:


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Now I know why cuckoo clocks became popular . . . :rotf:

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Hello everybody :hi:

There is a barking dog somewhere farer away .....

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 Post subject: Re: Bear Webcam
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Felis silvestris wrote:
It's funny, I still have several cams open and there are so many cuckoos cuckooing :rotf:


Yeah :thumbs: :laugh:

I haven't heard a real-life cuckoo in this part of UK for so many years.
I enjoy listening to the BS cam in the summer.

But somehow, it may be easy to think that too much of a good thing is not wise!!
There goes that D**$^* cuckoo again :headroll:


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PostPosted: May 20th, 2011, 9:37 pm 
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Fleur wrote:
Felis silvestris wrote:
It's funny, I still have several cams open and there are so many cuckoos cuckooing :rotf:


Yeah :thumbs: :laugh:

I haven't heard a real-life cuckoo in this part of UK for so many years.
I enjoy listening to the BS cam in the summer.

But somehow, it may be easy to think that too much of a good thing is not wise!!
There goes that D**$^* cuckoo again :headroll:

:rotf: Yeah, I have discovered they do that every hour of every day, & all night, too.

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Jo, I have also not heard a real cuckoo for some time. I live in the city, no cuckoos here and it's years that I have been to my father's place at "cuckoo time". It's childhood memories.

Edit: with horror I remember the "Bird Song Clock" my ex-mother-in-law had ... among others, a cuckoo, and it started "singing" as soon as it became light, means in the middle of the night. First time we did not know about it and nearly fell out of our beds ... :shock: :banghead:

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Jo UK wrote:
Fleur wrote:
Felis silvestris wrote:
It's funny, I still have several cams open and there are so many cuckoos cuckooing :rotf:


Yeah :thumbs: :laugh:

I haven't heard a real-life cuckoo in this part of UK for so many years.
I enjoy listening to the BS cam in the summer.

But somehow, it may be easy to think that too much of a good thing is not wise!!
There goes that D**$^* cuckoo again :headroll:


I think he's in our head calling tonight . :headroll:
perhaps to use as an alarm.


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:wave: I am logging off for a while. My afternoon is passing & I have things to do. (though I would rather sit & watch cams!) I'll be back later in my evening. :rolleyes:

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You will do the night shift, Kitty :wave: For me it'll soon be time for :offtobed:
Maybe you get some interesting things to see?

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:wave: Kitty, have a nice day

22:49
the cuckoo still calling.
when he going to sleep :laugh:


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:wave: Felis.
Good night


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23:00
and the cuckoo is silent :whistling:

23:03 NOT !!
( I give up ) :laugh:

sometimes I hear ticking against the cam


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