Wild Pig Cam 2009 discussion

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Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by edziks111 » November 30th, 2008, 9:07 pm

bociany wrote:edziks111, I like your avatar! I can see that you are a real fan.

I am looking forward to watching pig cam this year. It is always dark when I try to see the cams in Estonia, so this one is my only hope to see some action.
last year pig cam at night was intresting than at day!! because at night coms most of boars!!! :thumbs: i hope this year we will see thausends of all kinds animals witch live in Estonia!! :rolleyes:

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Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by Bairbre » December 1st, 2008, 1:33 am

edziks111 wrote:hi Bairbre this will be my second year on pig cam! and i can say you last year vas very intresting i saw many wild pigs!
Hi Edziks, I am so looking forward to finally being able to watch!
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Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by yarko » December 1st, 2008, 11:06 am

Kuremari wrote:http://www.ilm.ee/~uploader/loodus/?leh ... tsakaamera

this is last years diary( only in estonian), maybe this year will be a diary also?
then we can translate :puzzled:
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Yes there will be a Pig Cam diary.
and of course we can translate, LK can put it on English site then!
Good idea Kuremari!
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Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by yarko » December 1st, 2008, 11:12 am

Jo UK wrote:We are not absolutely sure of the day it will be installed - that will depend on the commitments of those who do this work. The weather may be a factor too..
As for where - probably the same place, unless some trees have come down or the aspect is changed for some other reason.
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webcam will not be installed 07.Dec.
generally - even if LK mentions some dates - installing (or other works) always depend from weather conditions too, of course.
Pic Cam installing is postponed for few weeks - because of too warm weather. Ground is too wet and muddy.
Cam' addicts - sorry for any inconvenience:)
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Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by yarko » December 1st, 2008, 11:14 am

edziks111 wrote:hi Bairbre this will be my second year on pig cam! and i can say you last year vas very intresting i saw many wild pigs!
Warm Welcome edziks and Olgerd!!
let's just hope that weather will 'cool off' soon:)
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Post by yarko » December 1st, 2008, 11:18 am

Info from Mr Looduskalender:
someone from Pig Team will answer to our questions during the Pig Cam season!!
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Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by edziks111 » December 1st, 2008, 6:03 pm

i very like to look environment, but if that is online thas is many intresting but more intresting is watching animals in nature in forest! (sorry my english language i'm isn't from UK so i cant write so well)

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Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by NancyM » December 1st, 2008, 6:16 pm

edziks111 wrote:i very like to look environment, but if that is online thas is many intresting but more intresting is watching animals in nature in forest! (sorry my english language i'm isn't from UK so i cant write so well)
edziks, do you see wild pigs in an area near you? or other species?

PS. Your English is fine, do not worry.

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Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by Olga » December 1st, 2008, 6:20 pm

edziks111 wrote:i very like to look environment, but if that is online thas is many intresting but more intresting is watching animals in nature in forest! (sorry my english language i'm isn't from UK so i cant write so well)
Hello, welcome to the company of peculiar English speaking fellows! Your English is ok. :gathering: .. my english makes surprises every day. But about big's living environment i think, that it would be nice to watch bigs in the forest, too. Oh, and would it be nice to watch their babys in a big nest. :innocent:

It is more sure we can see them at all when they come to eat to the same place they love to come, every day and night. And big's like more of eating pure food not mixed with claywater, and clean skinned bigs are more beautiful than muddy and wet. :nod: I hope the camera will be opened for Christmas!
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Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by edziks111 » December 1st, 2008, 11:02 pm

i hope too!! i hope camera will start whilom probable sooner

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Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by Kuremari » December 1st, 2008, 11:15 pm

edziks111 wrote:i hope too!! i hope camera will start whilom probable sooner
Hi edziks!
watching the Pig-cam has its dangers.
Last winter i was too often too sleepy in the mornings :D
i just forgot myself infront of the webcam and suddenly it was too late :slap:
and work day ahead
but i really want to see these guys soon
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Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by yarko » December 2nd, 2008, 1:42 am

edziks111 wrote:i very like to look environment, but if that is online thas is many intresting but more intresting is watching animals in nature in forest! (sorry my english language i'm isn't from UK so i cant write so well)
yes edziks you are right - online-watching is interesting, but we can't compare it with being in forest. Anyway webcams give good oportunity to those who can't spend much time outdoors!

by the way - most of us are not from UK:)
Your English is absolutely OK!
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Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by edziks111 » December 5th, 2008, 6:05 pm

wait a second! When cam will start work!? please say a certain period of time!

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Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by Kuremari » December 5th, 2008, 6:18 pm

edziks111 wrote:wait a second! When cam will start work!? please say a certain period of time!
Patience please!
the forest is just too wet now, when the weather gets colder and the ground freezes, then.....
...it`s up to Mother Nature
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Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by edziks111 » December 5th, 2008, 6:28 pm

Kuremari wrote: Patience please!
the forest is just too wet now, when the weather gets colder and the ground freezes, then.....
...it`s up to Mother Nature
ok i understand!! i hope soon will be cold!!! i hope that will bee soner then Christmas!

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Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by edziks111 » December 7th, 2008, 3:47 pm

is camera be in somewhere at Tartu!?
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Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by Arvi » December 7th, 2008, 5:15 pm

edziks111 wrote:is camera be in somewhere at Tartu!?
Last winter it was a couple km from Tartu

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Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by edziks111 » December 7th, 2008, 8:00 pm

then this year cam will be in same place!

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Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by edziks111 » December 10th, 2008, 5:26 pm

and now isin't cotd?! is ground freezed!?

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Re: Pig Cam 2009 discussion

Post by looduskalender » December 11th, 2008, 12:24 am

Yes, ground is frozen and snow ordered to cover the scene.

New camera (beta) is on the air:

mms://tv.eenet.ee/siga

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