Estonian White-tailed Sea Eagle Nest Camera 2020

Webcam Watching over White-tailed Eagles nest

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Estonian White-tailed Sea Eagle Nest Camera 2020

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new WTE camera! thank you! :headroll: :laugh:

the view is designed for shy eagles.
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welcome all eagle friends. :gathering:


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Like in previous years the camera is powered by solar panels which feed energy to batteries. The camera has a light sensitive switch which turns off the camera when it becomes too dark. In the morning the camera is automatically switched on again. This system is designed to secure transmission and save energy in case that in some days there is not enough sunlight to charge the battery enough.

Each day a new stream is started. You will find the stream address on the Youtube channel of the Eagle Club Estonia / Kotkaklubi:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCvBXT ... Saqd19N0Sg
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i opened this topic as soon as the news about this new camera reached me and, of course, i was late. besides i didn't remember to lock the old topic. :slap: sorry about this. :blush:
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Triin wrote: March 3rd, 2020, 10:58 am White-tailed eagle Webcam 2020 here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCvBXT ... Saqd19N0Sg

This is a new pair and the place isn't close to the sea (more information soon). There are some branches obscuring the view, because this pair of eagles aren't used to being watched. We're extra cautious with WTE.
Marfo wrote: March 3rd, 2020, 11:05 am Thank you Triin! Exciting news :2thumbsup:
Liz01 wrote: March 3rd, 2020, 11:23 am Triin, thank you very much for this new camera :2thumbsup:
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Maybe it's vise to wait for eagles first and then start to produce information about.
We do not know particular pair, how they react on cam (though hided). The twigs in front of cam will probably drop away if winds start. But we will see if not too early.
Anyway we checked three different nests for to install camera, but no one was decorated by checking time. Also that hided one was untouched a week ago (last Wednesday), but yesterday already with fresh branches, about 50 pieces (of what 5 I stoled for to camoufly cam).
Not all cameras installed are successful as you know! But in this case you see everything just from beginning, also mistakes if they appear... And be free to say if something you notice wrong or suspicious. We have difficulties with saving stream at the moment.
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thank you Urmas!

so we shall have to be patient and wait to see what will happen. :rolleyes:
please make a note here if you see or hear anything interesting, with as precise time as possible. i'll try to make videos from replays, and i hope that others will make them, too!
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ame wrote: March 3rd, 2020, 11:21 am the view is designed for shy eagles.
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Where is this cam located? Or are the eagles too shy to tell? :blush: :laugh:
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Berit :hi:
i think that Urmas is perhaps too shy to tell. he would like to see the eagles arrive first. :laugh:
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there were some lights in the horizon in the top right corner at the time when the camera turned off for the night.
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thank you for the camera :2thumbsup:
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March 4

Good Morning :hi:

7:10 we have a better view now :loveshower:
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Liz01 wrote: March 4th, 2020, 7:11 am ...
7:10 we have a better view now :loveshower:
[img]https://up.picr.de/38000188df.jpg[/ img]
Where did branches get to? :shock:
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Sonchik wrote: March 4th, 2020, 7:38 am Where did branches get to? :shock:
As Urmas wrote.. blowing away by the wind :laugh:
Depending on how strong the wind gusts are, there are branches in the camera area.
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