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 Post subject: Re: Estonian LSE (formerly BS) Webcam 2011.
PostPosted: May 5th, 2011, 12:02 pm 
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short visit with something that looked like a worm (13:13)
they are curring or trilling or something between that, when the partner is arriving


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it is obvious, why they are called "screaming eagles" in Germany. They are calling all day :slap: :laugh:


The same in Sweden!
For how long time will the bird be brooding the egg?


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i think 38 - 40 Days - after seven Weeks fly the young eagles

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I wonder very much if she will have a 3rd egg. If so it can happen any time now.

Edit: and she IS very quiet since about an hour :laugh:


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I wonder very much if she will have a 3rd egg. If so it can happen any time now.

The LSE lays 1 - 3 eggs, normally 2.
Cainism, that is, the killing of the 2nd born eagle by it's older sibling is very common in the LSE.

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She rolled 1 egg further to the back.


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Nest is empty right now and two eggs are there!

The article of the website I posted yesterday says about the cainism, that in the German state Brandenburg they have a project by the Organisation hosting this particular website, taking the second chick right after hatching, raise it for some time until "Cain" does not want to kill his brother any more (it seems to be a phase) and bring the chick back to be raised by the eagles. In 2009 they could raise 13 chicks like that.

And by now Tuuli is back and lives up to her name :laugh:

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She went for a short flight, and her silence is over. Cuckoo in the background.


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Tuuli was shortly away...
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Just found some more about it,

http://www.brandenburg.de/cms/media.php/lbm1.a.2334.de/vsw_schrei_slovak.pdf this is in English and Slovak

http://www.mugv.brandenburg.de/cms/media.php/2334/vsw_schrei_04.pdf this has abstracts in English.

Latvian "Ables" were brought in to help the population!

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And off topic: I just saw that it's bociany's birthday today!


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Tuuli in the light of the eveningsun.


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This morning.... I was so busy with Maisy the Mallard, I didn't have time to upload and post this video (it was Midnight for me!)

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Video: Good Morning, Here’s Your Breakfast

Remo flies into the nest with breakfast for Tuuli. She flies off with it, perhaps to dine in solitary splendor, while he takes his turn incubating their two eggs.

Recorded at 7:37 AM local time

1st egg: 4/27
2nd egg: 5/1

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Maybe she flies away when she has something more difficult than a frog to eat. I think I missed that food delivery. Small mammal #2 -- of those we have noticed.


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I was trying to figure out what it was--- I'm not familiar with the small mammals in Estonia. No long tail, so I know it wasn't a squirrel. Whatever it was, Tuuli was very glad to have it. She had been calling at least an hour before Remo arrived.

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