Charadriiformes camera 2018

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so beautiful
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Aug 06

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Starlings
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Hagnat wrote: August 6th, 2018, 9:37 am Zoomed out
Yes, that's better! Hopefully we'll see more waders and other birds and animals on the foreground.

Just found this camera, so glad it's back!
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I like this cam too: it seemes as if one is sitting on the coast with cooling wind and a sun protection above while sitting inside because of the heat outside . . .
Todays special guests in the morning are Greenshanks and Common Snipes.
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Find the Snipes

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Snipe, Lapwing and Dunlin
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:hi:

12:14 Starlings and Snipes on the right and in the middle foreground
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leonia wrote: August 6th, 2018, 11:47 am...
Todays special guests in the morning are Greenshanks and Common Snipes.
These are not special, they are here all the time.
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Hagnat wrote: August 6th, 2018, 12:54 pm These are not special, they are here all the time.
Hagnat: we look at this cam for several days now, but I could see both species only once, same with my friend. We heard a lot of different waders, but they were not visible. Therefore this nice group of common snipes today just in front of the cam is not usual. May be you had more luck . . .
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leonia wrote: August 6th, 2018, 2:47 pm Hagnat: we look at this cam for several days now, but I could see both species only once, same with my friend. We heard a lot of different waders, but they were not visible. Therefore this nice group of common snipes today just in front of the cam is not usual. May be you had more luck . . .
It is not luck, just looking and listening.
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16:13 Cam is of.
At least at my end.
16:15 working again.
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beautiful colors :thumbs:
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Aug 07

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A pity there is no scroll back. I had a question about a bird's song :whistling:
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:hi:

12:37 Hello fisherman :hi:
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Marfo wrote: August 7th, 2018, 10:14 am A pity there is no scroll back. I had a question about a bird's song :whistling:
This morning I heard many times the song of Common ringed plover. Other possible songs are Starling and White wagtail.
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Hagnat wrote: August 7th, 2018, 2:51 pm This morning I heard many times the song of Common ringed plover. Other possible songs are Starling and White wagtail.
Thank you Hagnat. It was a larger bird (wader), maybe some 'Tringa'. I never heard it before in the Dutch wetlands. Which doesn't mean I know all about this habitat but the common birds I usually recognise.

Or a Grey Plover, is that possible?
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around 16:45 two men wading through the water past the camera.
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21:43
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Almost too 'kitchy'..
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..and almost the same as Fleur's picture :laugh:
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