Capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus) Webcam Forum 2020

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I thought I imagined it, but then I heard them earlier last week :thumbs:
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July 27

6:17 This morning, birds sing ( Oriole ) and a walker.
But ..... why this gentleman just had to do that close to the camera?
emptying his nose and coughing :puzzled:
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21:44 Cc wingflaps


21:58:16 again
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07-31
:hi:
03:38- 2 Pygmy Owls talking. Windy.
03:55 Nightjar playing
04:48- robin, song thrush, wood pigeon, wren, swift, crane
05:29 black woodpecker calling
05:40- stock dove singing, chaffinch
06:10 crested tit, raven, mistle thush, chiffchaff, great spotted woodpecker

Heh, seems like the chat is used for love problems in turkish or azerbaijani...
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08-01
:hi:
02:02- 4:15 animal moving around near the mic, harsh gruffing,sneezing, sounds like short legged, badger?wolverine?bear? not moose, dear, fox
3:29- Pygmy Owl
4:15, :35, :45 Bear sounds, reacting on jet noise
Rather frustrating that it wont show up in the cam :whistling:
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I also listened late last night and also heard some rustling and sniffing but not recorded with the recorder.
I don't remember the time.
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08-05
:hi:
:thumbs: Fleur

04:19 Pygmy Owl
05:13- Wren singing
05:16- Hazel Gouse Tetrastes bonasia singing really fine near the mic for at least 17 minutes :loveshower:
(have become a rarity here at home thanks to forestry :rant: )
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:hi:

18:34:20

Raven flying (I guess) and calling in the distance. Getting closer. Closer. Clooooser :mrgreen: ..... Flying over the cam, so low that you can hear it's wingbeats.

I may make a video of it, since I owe LK videos, at least I feel so...
I like to watch grass grow.
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:thumbs: andrasiboti

I would have liked to hear that sound Sigge.
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08-10
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04:17 Pygmy Owl with screaming chicks, feeding I guess 8-)
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August 11
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23:11 Nightjar calling, they are still there 8-)
Oh yes, and Pygmy Owl stationary, heard every morning.
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August 15
:slap:
04:40 Nightjar playing
(who would have thought on that in the middle of August :headroll: )

Pygmy Owl singing
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August 16
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02:24 Female Ural Owl?
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:hi: Sigge

It could be. I do not know :blush:



4:17 Pygmy owl
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Thanks Fleur :thumbs:

I looked around in xeno-canto, female Bubo bubo have some similar sounds but best match is a female Ural Owl Strix uralensis https://www.xeno-canto.org/species/Strix-uralensis

Any owl experts around here?

(guess you can put the recording into xeno-canto with a questionmark and wait for reactions, it is a very good recording compared to others..)
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August 29

6:12 zooming
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September 3


:hi:
5:47 Sound of a Moose running from right to left along with young
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September 7

:hi:
6:02 You can almost smell autumn
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September 24

6:41 Small Bird on the piece of tree trunk
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09-29

19:11 blackbird and pygmy owl autumn song.

Seems like the pygmy owl autumn song is not so well known, it was a mystery in a radio show at home- so I directed them here to listen :mrgreen:
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