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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
PostPosted: June 10th, 2012, 12:54 pm 
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http://www.turmfalke.ch/live_cam.htm
It will not be long and the Kestrels will fly out.
It's nice that all 5 growing up, parents had to do a lot of work :nod:
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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
PostPosted: June 10th, 2012, 10:07 pm 
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Wild boars in Sweden at 22:06 german time just now
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last year there were more of the wild boars - but this year I saw only once a family with some small piglets


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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
PostPosted: June 10th, 2012, 10:23 pm 
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Since a few weeks I didn't look to the cam in Sweden :blush: . Wow, the piglets are growing up :nod: . It's nice to see "boar-family" goes well :loveshower: .


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PostPosted: June 10th, 2012, 11:35 pm 
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Manu wrote:
Now at this moment in Spain boars and piglets in daylight :loveshower:
http://www.mangolink.com/general/webcams/wildlife/


Manu,for two nights now I have missed the boar family in Spain. :puzzled: Maybe I am too late ?

The kestrel chicks have all their adult feathers (well,nearly all) now. They look well and healthy. :2thumbsup:

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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
PostPosted: June 11th, 2012, 1:06 am 
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This is the link to the Dyfi Osprey cam;

http://www.dyfiospreyproject.com/stream

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Manu, great color pics of the Spanish boars! :headroll: And Bleggi, I also look at the boars in Sweden sometimes, too. I see them once in a while, but not often. The little kestrels are really growing fast, too!

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Manu,for two nights now I have missed the boar family in Spain. :puzzled: Maybe I am too late ?

The boars in Spain were here, but I didn't remind me which time they were here :puzzled: ...


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Manu wrote:
macdoum wrote:
Manu,for two nights now I have missed the boar family in Spain. :puzzled: Maybe I am too late ?

The boars in Spain were here, but I didn't remind me which time they were here :puzzled: ...


Hi

The boars (two sows and 8 piglets) have been coming at 10 pm (central European time and leaving around 12 . Usually there are some different sows and piglets arriving later but they have been missing for the last two nights. They will be back

thanks for watching

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23:33 - Loodus time :laugh:



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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
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:rotf: Fleur, one of the little piggies was lying down for a Roman meal, & the sow went into the Roman bath! :mrgreen:

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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
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Manu, wonderful pictures again of the boar family. And now, when I was just peeking for a few minutes, to my great surprise, a gennet wild cat came to the boar cam area! I was totally not ready to record but managed to get the program loaded in time to get a tiny bit of its visit.



But first I managed to snap a picture of it up front.

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I won't be logged on much for about a week, as we are leaving tomorrow on a vacation trip to see my husband's family in Wisconsin. There is a big family reunion gathering on Saturday, lots of people, & lots of food & beer! I will not have any internet or computer where I am going to be at the country house. so it is a real treat to see this animal today while I am getting ready to travel.

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A Spanish fox followed the gennet's visit & took a good drink from the pool. The fox that comes here looks so skinny compared to foxes in the USA or in Estonia, unless it has mange & is hairless. But it looks in good shape other than a very close-fitting coat.


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:loveshower: Beautiful! See what I saw when I checked the Cornell Heron nest cams. From the secondary cam located above the heron nest-- a doe whitetail deer walks through the pond below the nest & browses the water plants. The cam operator had seen her & followed her on her watery walk. I was so lucky to see this-- usually I only watch the primary cam that looks out onto the heron chicks in the nest. It was not coming up when I tried, so I just thought I would try the secondary cam. :headroll:


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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
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@Kitty: Thanks for this nice video's from gennet, fox and deer :loveshower: . Have a nice time with your family and enjoy your trip :wave:


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Kitty KCMO wrote:
:loveshower: Beautiful! See what I saw when I checked the Cornell Heron nest cams. From the secondary cam located above the heron nest-- a doe whitetail deer walks through the pond below the nest & browses the water plants. The cam operator had seen her & followed her on her watery walk. I was so lucky to see this-- usually I only watch the primary cam that looks out onto the heron chicks in the nest. It was not coming up when I tried, so I just thought I would try the secondary cam. :headroll:


nice movie Kitty, the Doe in sunshine.

Have a good time, enjoy :thumbs:


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The kerstel (Muttenz, Switzerland) are now ready to fly out.
I think, one of them is already gone.
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14:15h: All 5 "chicks" are in the nestbox and one of them is eating a mammal.


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Manu wrote:
13.06.2012
10.30h (Swiss time)
The kerstel (Muttenz, Switzerland) are now ready to fly out.
I think, one of them is already gone.
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EDIT:
14:15h: All 5 "chicks" are in the nestbox and one of them is eating a mammal.

19:57 Four,now three are on the nestbox ledge. yep,all ready to try try thier wings. :D
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1:39 CET and the same piglets are here with the two Mammas. :loveshower: They are very nervous and keep running back,then all forward again. :laugh:

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