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 Post subject: Re: Alutaguse Forest webcam 2012
PostPosted: August 19th, 2012, 2:39 am 
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 Post subject: Re: Alutaguse Forest webcam 2012
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@Agatheb2k: Thanks of the pictures of the bear. It's nice to see he was here last night again :loveshower: .


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Felis silvestris wrote:
Oh, and by the way, those who can see ARD program of German TV right now (16:00 German time), there is something on lake Peipsi



Thanks for telling us...it was really interesting to see all this. It is not too far from
Illmatsalu and Tartu! In winter the wolves often come from there, also to the Estonian surroundings of the "Boars feeding grounds".Do you remember the howling on 1.3.2009?

As I always read "Hoer Zu" I knew what was to come, I love to see those
reports conc. nature.
How attentive to warn us, thanks!


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Felis silvestris wrote:
Oh, and by the way, those who can see ARD program of German TV right now (16:00 German time), there is something on lake Peipsi



Thanks for telling us...it was really interesting to see all this. It is not too far from
Illmatsalu and Tartu! In winter the wolves often come from there, also to the Estonian surroundings of the "Boars feeding grounds".Do you remember the howling on 1.3.2009?

As I always read "Hoer Zu" I knew what was to come, I love to see those
reports conc. nature.
How attentive to warn us, thanks!


You can find a video in: News History..scroll down to: All Articles, down
to 02.03.2009: Video called: Wolfpack Near Feeding Ground.
Sound on your PC loud!
You'll see the boars first and look at the boar who hears the howling first..and how they respond to those sounds!


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 Post subject: Re: Alutaguse Forest webcam 2012
PostPosted: August 19th, 2012, 9:10 pm 
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For a while the film will be in the ARD-Mediathek, I just checked for the link:

http://www.ardmediathek.de/das-erste/weltreisen/estlands-stiller-peipussee?documentId=11445184

I think this cam in Alutaguse is also not too far from the lake.

(Another outing, besides Käsmu, on the "must-do-list" - http://www.natourest.ee/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=26&Itemid=28)

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:nod: thank you for the link Felis silvestris, this documentary is excellent although I did not understand everything :wave:


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 Post subject: Re: Alutaguse Forest webcam 2012
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you are welcome! The Estonian TV we all did not understand, but pictures speak for themselves!

Two raccoon dogs are there right now!

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21:53h Three Raccoondogs on place...


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22:23h Raccoondogs on feeding place. But not really to see because only one spotlight...


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No light this night for Alutaguse ground ....

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Pitch black, no spotlight at all, & of course now sound. Only the time flicking in the upper corner. :cry:

Soooooo . . . since we have not heard the boar smack-smacking when he was here, I will post video from Mangolink cam here just this one time :blush: -- the Spanish boars are enjoying their meal tonight. Smack-smack-smack . . . :loveshower:




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Hi Kitty
that's nice to hear, thank you for the lovely sounds :headroll:


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The fox has come to find that-nebut the tasty
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21:40h Raccoondog on feeding place...

EDIT: It is a fox or a raccoondog?!? :blush: :puzzled:
It is so difficult to see...


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I suppose there are RD's, because I see 2 or 3 of them.


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Raccoondog and 4 ,now invisible in the high grass,
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Raccoondog now at the right side.


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17:48 - How much Jays are there, I can not easily count :laugh:



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at 18:45 put the fox odor left of the tree ( 2.28 sec. in the movie )



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