Black Stork Webcam in Germany

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Re: Black Stork Webcam in Germany

Post by NancyM »

Thanks for the link, macdoum (and Macko) :2thumbsup:

Links can be posted in this topic: LINKS TO WEBCAMS

and then if we start following a nest, we can start a separate topic for it.
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Post by jannie »

is this year a black stork camera in Estland i can find it, who knows.
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Post by asteria »

It hasn't been installed yet.
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Post by jannie »

thank you fot the answer, now i know it and visit the site to see when the camera is been installed
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Post by asteria »

The camera started today at 8.26 (the first picture appeared at this time). The topic is here:

viewtopic.php?f=2&p=217058#p217058
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INFO
This Webcam in Germany hasn't been installed again nor activated after the failure with a new nest site in 2012.
The involved institution for this 2011 started project is the Federal Forestry in Rhineland-Palatinate. On their homepage there are still all details on the BS in Germany: http://www.wald-rlp.de/index.php?id=1554 – in Deutsch!
Although they have got the technical equipment, reasons for the missing reinstallation are assumed in the lack of personal (no volunteers in this institution), and not least, financial.
Sorry :unsure: .
Instead of that thread we can trust in the constant BS cam activities of SOLON, a French-Belgic nature association, founded by Gérard Jadoul, Marc Cimino et al.
Here http://www.solon.be/category/la-cigogne-noire you find a collection of videos from a nest with successful breeds for years (in 2013: 3 storklets). But because of the comments it helps if you understand some French.
Also there are some brand new different sequences (http://vimeo.com/70067291 etc.) - from a cam at a brook! While the nest cam parents are unringed, the BS there wears rings.
A good impression of how a BS is catching fish!
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Post by Felis silvestris »

We close this topic for the moment as there is nothing to see or comment on. If there should be a new camera somewhere in Germany next year, we are happy to get hints and we will open a new topic for it then.
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