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PostPosted: September 30th, 2011, 11:37 pm 
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Two young cranes travelling with GPS transmitters are now on Birdmap too, http://www.looduskalender.ee/en/node/11293

PS. And two Lesser Spotted Eagles added - Karin and Kaarel, with Karin already in Istanbul.
Birdmap http://birdmap.5dvision.ee ...=en


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PostPosted: October 4th, 2011, 12:40 am 
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Liis wrote:
Two young cranes travelling with GPS transmitters are now on Birdmap too, http://www.looduskalender.ee/en/node/11293

PS. And two Lesser Spotted Eagles added - Karin and Kaarel, with Karin already in Istanbul.
Birdmap http://birdmap.5dvision.ee ...=en


In today's update Urmas mentioned Karin & Kaarel whose photographss we can see on the photo gallery. Where can we see ?

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 Post subject: Re: Migration Map
PostPosted: October 4th, 2011, 2:15 pm 
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In today's update Urmas mentioned Karin & Kaarel whose photographss we can see on the photo gallery. Where can we see ?

Hello Macdoum :hi:

Just click on the camera picture, which is near name of bird:
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To see other picture click on "next":
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Thanks Bubo, I don't think I have noticed that.


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Thanks Bubo, I don't think I have noticed that.


Me neither,I had forgotten about the photos. :slap: Thanks Bubo. :wave:

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Someone reported that Erika was lost ? Is that true ? :puzzled:

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Erika is fine!
Reached usual wintering place in Sudan, Ar-Rahad river bank.


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Erika is fine!
Reached usual wintering place in Sudan, Ar-Rahad river bank.



Thanks for the good news Urmas. :wave:

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I just read the news on Lootvina's incredible flights. :shock:
Amazing! :2thumbsup:

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I have seen, the Eurasian Crane started moving again! :shake:

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It seems that LSE Kaarel has been lost in Uganda, no signals for a long time.
Sad! Ülo Väli ended his EOÜ lecture with a little sequence with Kaarel visiting his home nest just before leaving for the south in September: fixed a few branches, sat and looked at the scenery … (Urmas Sellis & Ülo Väli, Nest cams and raptors, http://www.eoy.ee/node/417, about 1 h 42 min into the video)
Meanwhile mate Karin is in Zambia.


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No moves for Luule after she went to Calabria in south Italy on Dec 2?

Nearest community seems to be San Pietro Apostolo, a few kilometres NE of Luule's latest position.


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Update on Birdmap, data until February 14th.
Very few moves to be seen for Luule on Sicily. Is it because of the transmitter settings?


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Seems the news of Luule is good,her transmitter has given her position nr Sicily.
Pirsu black stork has started back from Cameroon on spring migration. :D
See birdmap http://birdmap.5dvision.ee/index.php?lang=en

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Good news today from Birdmap. :D

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Tõnn also began the journey to the north of the 26th March, thats exactly one week after his mother Iti. Iti was trying start migration although a few days before, but somehow turned back after 250 km to the wintering grounds (after all, I guess she forgot something...).



Iti is showing up the female species. :rotf:

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Tõnn and Iti are both in Poland as of latest update on birdmap 8th April 2012.See;

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Luule still in Italy, but LSE Karin has arrived in Estonia (April 18), by way of Ukraine, Belarus, Latvia. What will she do without mate Kaarel?



PS. A few dates from Karin's & Kaarel's nest 2011, from Urmas Sellis' and Ülo Väli's lecture at the Estonian Ornithological Society. Urmas and Ülo hoped to have a webcam "film" of nice regular nest life from their nest, different from nest owner changes and adventures at other nests:

Early arrival of LSE (April 12). Mate arrived April 14. Building nest together. Early May (2nd) 1st egg. ♂ brings prey. - 12th June crack in egg; 15th June chick. “Grows” by each image. Visitor “obligatory to all Tartumaa LSE chicks” climbs up 8th July, chick ringed.

Kaarel & Karin got GPS backpacks and were ringed, also in July 2011.
The camera was a trail camera (not webcam).


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Liis is Urmas film anywhere to be seen ( of Karin and Kaarels nesting 2011) ?

Tõnn seems to have flown back up through Sweden now. :puzzled:

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Hello, Carmel :wave: - Kaarel's and Karin's nesting is part of Urmas' and Ülo's talk at the EOY on nest cameras and raptor studies.
The EOY lecture video, in Estonian, is here http://www.eoy.ee/node/417; photos from the webcam at Kaarel and Karin's nest start at about 46 mins video run time, plus Ülo Väli talks about Kaarel's visit to "home" before leaving for the south in autumn at about 1 h 42 mins, as a favourite memory.


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Liis wrote:
Hello, Carmel :wave: - Kaarel's and Karin's nesting is part of Urmas' and Ülo's talk at the EOY on nest cameras and raptor studies.
The EOY lecture video, in Estonian, is here http://www.eoy.ee/node/417; photos from the webcam at Kaarel and Karin's nest start at about 46 mins video run time, plus Ülo Väli talks about Kaarel's visit to "home" before leaving for the south in autumn at about 1 h 42 mins, as a favourite memory.


Liis,thank you. :wave: Your synopsis is quite enough to understand the 'whole'.
I hope Urmas can see if Karin has a new mate and tell us about it (if he ever has time!.Such a busy time for them now.) So sad Kaarel has been lost. :slap:

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