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Winter bird feeder camera starts

Submitted by Looduskalender EN on Sun, 23.12.2018 - 09:46

Transmission provided by Elisa and EENet

English translation Liis

Estonian text posted 22.12.2018

The season has arrived when we can observe the birds visiting the winter bird feeder and see their doings for the 13th year. The images from the winter bird feeder camera at Otepää reaches all interested watchers through the cooperation of Loodusemees, Linnuvaatleja and Looduskalender.

VIDEO: Wolf in jackal camera or waiting for wolf did not even take a week

Submitted by Looduskalender EN on Sat, 22.12.2018 - 11:40

Text and web camera records Tiit Huntwww.rmk.ee
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Estonian text posted 21.12.2018

And it arrived! When on Monday we still pondered whether the wolf would  show up  here then this morning a few minutes past 7 o’clock it was there.

It may be a lonely wolf in the area that showed up last winter too when the jackal camera was located about six kilometres from here on the Metsküla shore.

VIDEO: Lynx in Saastna

Submitted by Looduskalender EN on Tue, 18.12.2018 - 10:22

Text and video records Tiit Huntwww.rmk.ee

English translation Liis

Estonian text posted 17.12.2018

Last night at 3.41 and in the morning at 8.01 a lynx appeared in the webcam – the Animal of the Year . 

Eile öösel kell 3.41 ja hommikul 8.01 ilmus šaakalikaamera ette ilves – aasta loom. 

It seems that there were two different specimens; the night walker that showed itself only cursorily seemed to be an adult while the size, exterior and body language of the morning visitor seemed rather to be a juvenile. In any case a nice surprise and change from the mammals in the camera list up to now – mice, jackals, foxes and hares.

VIDEO: When there are no trout in the spawning ground we see sticklebacks

Submitted by Looduskalender EN on Mon, 17.12.2018 - 10:26

Video recorded by Parabols, LK forum

English translation Liis

Estonian text posted 12.12.2018 

 

The video is a couple of years old. This year the water flow is extremely small and the water too muddy for recording a video

 

Ninespine stickleback    Luukarits    Pungitius pungitius    

 

The slim, spool-shaped sticklebacks have conspicuous spines on the back (dorsal) fin. There may be nine up to eleven of them, and in addition one on each ventral fin.

The thin peduncle or tail stem is noticeable. The lifetime of these small fish reaches up to three years. Most have a similar body length, five to six centimetres.

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