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 Post subject: Re: Buzzard Nest Webcam Discussion - 2012 ESTLAT
PostPosted: April 22nd, 2012, 3:47 pm 
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16.41 it woke up and changed position a little. then preened a little. it had a nice nap there. :nod:
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soon it will sleep again... unless something happens. :innocent:


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PostPosted: April 22nd, 2012, 3:56 pm 
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at 16.49 it rose a little and turned, lay down, said a few kaa-kaa's, arranged a twig and now is lying down again, looking around being perky...

some more kaa-kaa's... and a new turn back 16.55
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at 16.57 the buzzard rose up, preened a little, said a few kaa's, lay down again.... etc.
at 17.01 it rose to the backbranch, said some more kaa's with a somewhat broken voice
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...and left at 17.03. :puzzled:
that was a long stay, longer than any so far. it came at about 15.20, so it stayed 1 hour and 23 minutes.


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 Post subject: Re: Buzzard Nest Webcam Discussion - 2012 ESTLAT
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Do we know their Names? :book: (No, I don´t mean "buzzard" :mrgreen: .) Any suggestions?


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i've used Grey and Brown sometimes when i think i've know which is which. they would be Hall and Pruun in Estonian. if Grey is the male and Brown is the female i think we should "twist" Hall and Pruun so that they would sound masculine and feminine in Estonian... but honestly i think we need help from our Estonian members here. :help:
Grey and Brown aren't very clever names... :mrgreen:

Buzzard..-s have stayed away...


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a stranger? :puzzled:
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17:56 - A visitor:
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18:22 - Visitor again, is it the same?
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ame,thank you for all that recording,Maertha & B.N.P too. :nod:
Do you think she laid an egg earlier ?

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18.21 heard noise and a Buzzard was in nest with some material in the bill still, arranged in the nestbowl for the next 3 minuts, then jumped to b.branch until it flew away 18.28

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ame wrote:
i've used Grey and Brown sometimes when i think i've know which is which. they would be Hall and Pruun in Estonian. if Grey is the male and Brown is the female i think we should "twist" Hall and Pruun so that they would sound masculine and feminine in Estonian... but honestly i think we need help from our Estonian members here. :help:
Grey and Brown aren't very clever names... :mrgreen:

Buzzard..-s have stayed away...


Hall and Pruun sounds nice to me, but you´re right, we need help from Estonian members. :help:


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 Post subject: Re: Buzzard Nest Webcam Discussion - 2012 ESTLAT
PostPosted: April 22nd, 2012, 7:00 pm 
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the buzzard came at 18.47. it kaa'ed a few times and now it seems to settle there.... it brought a piece of wood and made home arrangements.
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i think that it was one buzzard of the household and not a stranger who was here at 18.21.the previous one was a stranger. it just had a look at the rim of the nest, looking like someone who is somewhere it is not supposed to be. besides it looked much smaller than the buzzards that have been here.


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Do you think she laid an egg earlier ?

i don't think there's an egg yet, but it looks like it'll not take much longer... :innocent:


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19.52 I had a look after a pause and found a Buzzard in nest again, it just stand and look around or even take a littel nap.
It´s looking like the other I saw earlier - with 2 briht spots in the neck.
It´s still there.
And I have to leave once again :cry:

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it's half-standing-half-sitting, and has a look like a cat on a litter-box.


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20:24 - The Buzzard is still in the nest. Maybe it`s time for egg soon? It`s very exciting :nod:


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it's staying there so immobile that i began to suspect that the picture was stuck.. but no: birds are singing and the clock is ticking...


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 Post subject: Re: Buzzard Nest Webcam Discussion - 2012 ESTLAT
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ame wrote:
it's staying there so immobile that i began to suspect that the picture was stuck.. but no: birds are singing and the clock is ticking...

Yes, she/he (?) is very calm this evening. Looks as if she is thinking of something very important :rolleyes:
She/he was talking to herself..Do you think that this can be the female?

edit: 20:57 - Buzzard still in the nest, now and then it is calling..


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ame wrote:
it's half-standing-half-sitting, and has a look like a cat on a litter-box.


:rotf:

Yes, she looks a bit as if she had a bomb between her feet, that could explode every moment :mrgreen:

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21.17 the buzzard left. now it's almost too dark.


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