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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
PostPosted: April 12th, 2009, 6:50 pm 
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Lucky you, Helen to live in such surroundings!

I looked at that webcam - poor mother eagle, soaking wet!

Is that the obligatory seagull, lying alongside in the nest?


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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
PostPosted: April 13th, 2009, 6:16 am 
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Yes, that is a seagull but it has been there for a few weeks now so I can't imagine it is going to taste very good!

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Lucky you, Helen to live in such surroundings!

I looked at that webcam - poor mother eagle, soaking wet!

Is that the obligatory seagull, lying alongside in the nest?

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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
PostPosted: April 13th, 2009, 8:48 pm 
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A White Storks webcam in small village Przygodzice, Poland (live, two cams, infrared):

mms://twojatv.eu/bociany

One egg laid on Apr. 11. Maybe tonight the second will appear. :rolleyes:

my last video: http://s369.photobucket.com/albums/oo13 ... gApr13.flv


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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
PostPosted: April 21st, 2009, 6:47 am 
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check this out - not all birds are nice!
http://watch.birds.cornell.edu/nestcams ... tID=H10898

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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
PostPosted: April 24th, 2009, 1:25 am 
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this is a HWF at Sidney

http://www.hancockwildlifechannel.org/s ... 2200021473

>I think there are 3 chicks now.
Warning its very loud..so don't wake up the whole household..!! :nod:
when I watched last night the poor eagle had a hailstorm on the nest.

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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
PostPosted: May 13th, 2009, 6:27 pm 
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This link was posted in Hancock W F.
there are four cams. then click on DELTA and you will see a HUMMING bird nest with One chick and an egg. :bounce: ( DELTA is ABOVE the video cams )

http://iguelph.com/
Never saw a Hummingbird so close before..Wonderful :loveshower:

p.s. I know nothing about the nest yet,just found it.

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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
PostPosted: May 14th, 2009, 12:10 am 
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another cam that is very good. Kestrel ; now has 4 eggs so far.
It is in Basle and last year I saw them raise 5 chicks succesfully ( Switzerland)
The "speak" is Switzer-dutch and I don't understand a word.
Then, no need for words just watch from either or both cams.
http://www.turmfalke.ch/live_cam.htm

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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
PostPosted: May 14th, 2009, 3:03 am 
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This link was posted in Hancock W F.
there are four cams. then click on DELTA and you will see a HUMMING bird nest with One chick and an egg. :bounce: ( DELTA is ABOVE the video cams )

http://iguelph.com/
Never saw a Hummingbird so close before..Wonderful :loveshower:

p.s. I know nothing about the nest yet,just found it.


There seem to be more cams visual chaos
BUT I just saw the hummingbird feed a baby -- there appears to be at least one egg in the nest as well -- so it was worth it.


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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
PostPosted: May 17th, 2009, 3:14 am 
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I quoted these from the black stork cam thread and brought them here so as not to keep depressing that thread.

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unp, Yes we can see a clear influence there :mrgreen:

I wonder if I can show you a tragedy here. It is from the white storks in Nederland.
Look at 14 /5 here:
http://www.beleefdelente.nl/ooievaar


WARNING: the above link is dreadful to watch.
I am sorry I did. :shock: :!:


Do we know anything about this? It is quite horrible.

I have been watching the owls and the falcons but not the storks.


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alice44 wrote:
I quoted these from the black stork cam thread and brought them here so as not to keep depressing that thread.

macdoum wrote:
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unp, Yes we can see a clear influence there :mrgreen:

I wonder if I can show you a tragedy here. It is from the white storks in Nederland.
Look at 14 /5 here:
http://www.beleefdelente.nl/ooievaar


WARNING: the above link is dreadful to watch.
I am sorry I did. :shock: :!:


Do we know anything about this? It is quite horrible.

I have been watching the owls and the falcons but not the storks.


The thread was followed through on the BS forum. News even worse than I thought. :blush:

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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
PostPosted: May 17th, 2009, 9:00 pm 
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alice44 wrote:
macdoum wrote:
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I wonder if I can show you a tragedy here. It is from the white storks in Nederland.
Look at 14 /5 here:
http://www.beleefdelente.nl/ooievaar

WARNING: the above link is dreadful to watch. I am sorry I did. :shock: :!:


Do we know anything about this? It is quite horrible.
I have been watching the owls and the falcons but not the storks.

We have Whitestork here as well, my friend Eric ist one of those who care for the nest. We saw the video of the netherlands Webcam together, it's not unusual behaviour for the birds: the chicks were lifeless already when the adult stork picked at him with his beak. Than he took it carefully with his beak, realizing it wasn't living anymore. And than he used the fastest way to remove that little body from the nest and tried to swallow it. It's hard to look at, but it's not unusual.

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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
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I was relieved to hear that the chicks were dead when eaten -- which is what I thought (but was not sure) and it is interesting that the Storks in Portugal are totally ignoring the unhatched (cracked) egg.

Watching that makes me curious about the way storks seem to often "poke" at their nests.


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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
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Here is a new link to Eagles nests and Hummingbird nest;
One can choose to watch several cams at once. I like to choose 7 because then the Hummingbird is included.
There is a real close-up cam of one Eagle nest. Really good views and full screensize if you like. They are in U.S.A.
http://roipal.com/cams/seven.php

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The link has changed
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http://iguelph.com/forum/viewforum.php? ... 78bae2aff4


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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
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the link has changed again. It appears that someone has created a new 'site' AND forum. It includes nests from HWF and Beleefe in Holland. Don't know if the procedure is stictly LEGAL... :soap:
Here it is anyway;
http://iguelph.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=2
(the links for the Eagles is,naturally, found on Hancock Wildlife Forums)

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The hummingbird link direct is HERE;
http://www.ustream.tv/channel/Hummingbird-Nest-Cam
I signed-on there as it seemed more honest to go to the guy who put the nest on-line. :rolleyes:

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macdoum wrote:
the link has changed again. It appears that someone has created a new 'site' AND forum. It includes nests from HWF and Beleefe in Holland. Don't know if the procedure is stictly LEGAL... :soap:
Here it is anyway;
http://iguelph.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=2

Thanks, Carmel.
It looks like someone called Adam started that site 4 days ago.

It's not too busy yet!


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macdoum wrote:
the link has changed again. It appears that someone has created a new 'site' AND forum. It includes nests from HWF and Beleefe in Holland. Don't know if the procedure is stictly LEGAL... :soap:
Here it is anyway;
http://iguelph.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=2

Thanks, Carmel.
It looks like someone called Adam started that site 4 days ago.

It's not too busy yet!

No........!!!
Not a 'nice' way to proceed.......loss of income for the original sites. :shock:

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The adds were running in both places.



Here is a link to new little baby peregrines in Winnipeg Canada.

http://www.cbc.ca/manitoba/features/falcon/
all 3 chicks have hatched
(peeking out from under Princess{?})
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http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/breaki ... 14372.html
An article on why the nest is in a plastic bin.


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 Post subject: Re: Wildlife Cameras that are really good
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There is sad news from the HWF Delta cam on Bald eagles. An eaglet fell from that nest today (our yesterday). I don't know any more as soon as I realised there was ONLY one little in the nest................instead of two,I turned off the cam.
Sad days for the people watching and posting there. :cry:
It is the second nest in USA that lost a little one in so short a time. :sad:

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