White-tailed Eagles ~ 2011-2012 ~ Linda & Sulev

Webcam Watching over White-tailed Eagles nest

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Re: White-tailed Eagles Nest Cam Discussion 2011-2012

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that (the JWPlayer system) was not the best of news indeed, Jo, but i've been anticipating that it'll be on its way. :unsure: at least i know what i'll be learning this weekend... RTMPDUMP was it...? :puzzled:

buzzards are good news of course! it's so lovely to see life here at this nest, even though it's not L&S's family. :loveshower:

let's hope that everything goes well with their nesting. thumbs up for that! :2thumbsup:
but i must say buzzards are nothing compared to Sulev as nestbuilders, those lazybones. i think they've been away after they dragged about 4 new twigs to nest this morning. :mrgreen:
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ame wrote: RTMPDUMP was it...? :puzzled:
RTMPDump is a command line tool that let you download Flash RTMP and RTMPE streams.
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command line tool... that's like foreign language to me... :dunno:

in the meanwhile i got news: Techno-Urmas has made the Pontu-pictures of this camera available for us! thank you T-Urmas! :bow:
tervitused ning tänu foorumitädidelt! :wave: :mrgreen:

the first picture is here: http://pontu.eenet.ee/saunja/2012-03-12 ... -11-57.jpg

i hear an approaching meouwing....
and CRUSHH! they landed. :D ... correction: one landed.
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correction again: they both came in after all. the latter just took off so fast that i thought i had seen things, but there it was! :laugh:
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at 13.24 the other buzzard brought a twig after flying round the nest. it croaked a little on the rim and when taking off. it was funny: it sounded like a frog of a woodcock. :D
they really seem to be serious aboutthe nest. :rolleyes:
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there were two buzzards and they had a fist fight in the nest! :shock: :puzzled:

first there was meouwing in the sky for a long time... Then one came into the nest and half-spread its wings to cover the bowl
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and the second landed next to it and spread its wings as well.
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the first one left and the second stayed (looking a bit confused/irritated/upset???)
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then the second arraged twigs a bit while the first circled in the sky meouwing all the time....
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then the first landed at it quite apparently wasn't welcome at all.
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they wrestled a little
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...and fell overboard together.
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here's the fight. actually this is a second fight. the first one was when the first buzzards was driven out of the nest, and that's in the previous video.


then there was receding meouwing...
are there more than one pair of buzzards who are interested in this nest?? :puzzled:
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ame,it must be an intruder buzzard trying to take over the nest & the female (?).. seen as a threat,so chased away. Thanks for the pics and videos. :thumbs:
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Now that this is a Buzzard Nest webcam, some posts have been moved to the new topic, and this topic is locked.

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