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VIDEOS: From a recent day

Submitted by Looduskalender EN on Sat, 28.10.2017 - 18:40

Snow map from the Estonian Weather Services
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Estonian text published 26.10.2017

Thickness of snow cover (cm) 26.10.2017 at 09.00 clock EEST

By the way, exactly one year ago snow fell only in South Estonia.

From early night the northerly wind will again increase up to 15 m/s and the wave height in open sea will be about one and a half metres. We will see if the snow that has fallen will mostly have thawed until Saturday noon…

Video recorded by Fleur, LK forum

 

Fish camera

Submitted by Looduskalender EN on Sat, 28.10.2017 - 18:27

Transmission courtesy of Andigo Eesti OÜ and EENet
Technical implementation ITrotid

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Estonian text published 26.10.2017

For the salmonids the most important activities of the year have begun, and we try to share the images with everyone with an interest in fish and fishing. The camera was installed yesterday, connection was established today. We will see how it will survive the predicted storm at night.

Pilti teeb videokaamera Canon HV20E, millel ees lainurk-konverter WD-H43. Heli toob striimivasse arvutisse firma ART helikaart. Videostriimi kodeeriva arvuti komplekteeris Urmas Lett Eenetist.

Välisühendust pakub Andigo Eesti OÜ.

Kingfisher in beaver camera

Submitted by Looduskalender EN on Wed, 25.10.2017 - 13:47

Screencap by Hagnat, LK forum

Photo Arne Ader
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Estonian text published 23.10.2017

Kingfisher in typical outlook spot

 

Kingfisher        Jäälind            Alcedo atthis

 

A single visit by a kingfisher might not cause overmuch excitement but the beautiful and colourful bird has been spotted for several days in camera view looking for prey.

VIDEOS: The past badger summer

Submitted by Looduskalender EN on Sun, 22.10.2017 - 15:03

Text and trail camera clips Tiit Hunt, www.rmk.ee
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Estonian text published 19.10.2017

The badger is a cool creature, never mind that he has surrendered the title of Animal of the Year to the roe deer. It makes no difference to him and he gets on with his own life as ever.

He has guests and some tend to arrive without notice when the owner of the burrow is not even at home himself. He keeps busy, tidies both himself and his home. Socializes, sleeps, sniffs fresh air and enjoys the sun even if it was sparingly offered this summer.