Interview with Mait Siimson

Wildlife Specialists Talking about Their Area of Expertise
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Ricky
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Re: Interview with Mait Siimson

Post by Ricky » February 27th, 2009, 3:02 pm

I really want to thank you, Mait and all those who were responsible for organizing and translating, for this interview. :nod:
The information was very valuable. Interesting to me was that there is quite lot about wildlife and hunting which is similar to Central Europe. Now, after this interview, we all also got a better (positive of cousre) impression of that man we see through cam daily. Thank you! :2thumbsup:
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Post by Jo UK » March 2nd, 2009, 10:37 am

We have an opportunity for follow-on questions to Mait.
Ricky, you said you had another 30 questions!!
Fire away.
Also, there have been some changes in activities at the webcam site - wolves howling, deer taking the opportunity to be film stars - pigs behaving differently.

Please put your questions here. Yarko and okaskera will arrange things so that we get replies. We have about 2 days for this follow on section, because another interview is being organised soon.

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Post by Ricky » March 2nd, 2009, 10:41 pm

Jo UK wrote:We have an opportunity for follow-on questions to Mait.
Ricky, you said you had another 30 questions!!
Fire away.
Also, there have been some changes in activities at the webcam site - wolves howling, deer taking the opportunity to be film stars - pigs behaving differently.

Please put your questions here. Yarko and okaskera will arrange things so that we get replies. We have about 2 days for this follow on section, because another interview is being organised soon.
That was Knallfroesch having the 30 questions.

But now where you´re asking me, Jo, I also have questions :mrgreen:

1.) For what reasons were the boars digging that whole in the snowman. Was there food or salt in it? Or did they only want to play?

2.) What might the reasons be that the (at least) 3 roe deer have moved to that feding place now? Earlier they were only rare guests.

3.) As a hunter I also would be interested in how many of the piglets are born out of the normal time. I know of areas where up to 20% of them are not born in the normal time. How is that in Estonia (especially in Tartumaa of course)?

Thank you, Mait, for doing this great job.
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