Black Stork Nest 2, Jan and Janika, 2021

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Strong wind with the 3 black storks, but flight exercises in spite of everything.
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19:06:23 very fast bird above the nest

19:06:23 goshawk :puzzled:
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6:07 PM liznm ... fast as a hawk
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Solo wrote: August 18th, 2021, 7:08 pm 19:06:23 very fast bird above the nest
that was a hawk :laugh:
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Indeed it looks like a hawkish swirl! :laugh:
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Summi wrote: August 18th, 2021, 7:30 pm Indeed it looks like a hawkish swirl! :laugh:
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redenhofer, thank you. :wave:
It happened so fast that they didn't quite understand what it was - they were not so fluffy and scared as most of the times earlier. :nod:
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Anne7 wrote: August 18th, 2021, 12:12 pm Good morning, everyone. :hi:

Thanks for all pictures, videos and reporting!

Urmas sent the following information, yesterday night, regarding the feeder (a small pond) that was set up for Jan.

"Feeder of Black Stork 2 is not visited by Black Stork, but today there was seen Heron."

The BS decoy waits patiently for Jan. :D
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Thank you very much, Urmas, for sharing this information!

I don't know if Jan has found this small pond in the meantime.
Judging by the type and size of fish he brought to the nest this morning, it could be he did.
But to be clear: I don't know.

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Looks very nice, we also have black stork decoy in our feeding place :loveshower:
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16:36:17 Solo, storklet lost a feather (it was easy for it to pluck it) they don't lose their new feathers so easily?
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BTW: 16:14 feeding. It was interesting to see that they weren't particularly hungry.
And my fast bird video brings no clarity. I have already put the best picture already here. A hawk.. :laugh:
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Liz01 wrote: August 18th, 2021, 8:30 pm 16:36:17 Solo, storklet lost a feather (it was easy for it to pluck it) they don't lose their new feathers so easily?
BTW: 16:14 feeding. It was interesting to see that they weren't particularly hungry.
And my fast bird video brings no clarity. I have already put the best picture already here. A hawk.. :laugh:
thanx Liz, very much
- I have only the most basic information about bird feathers - I hope this is not a signal of some deeper problem
- fedding 16.14: :puzzled: I haven't watched today's videos yet (demanding day - mountain hike even with rain)
- very probably goshawk and it is simply lightning fast :mrgreen: and actually flew above our storklets, right?

Liz, thank you very much for all today help :2thumbsup: :D
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Summi wrote: August 18th, 2021, 8:06 pmIt happened so fast that they didn't quite understand what it was - they were not so fluffy and scared as most of the times earlier. :nod:
:nod:
thanx Summi for reporting :2thumbsup: :wave:
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I wouldn't have believed that one can be happy about many healthy poops in a day! :D
So they must have been eating well though there has been only three feedings.
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Summi wrote: August 18th, 2021, 9:57 pm
:rotf: :2thumbsup:

btw. today they still ate also from the fish "gift"
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Summi wrote: August 18th, 2021, 4:18 pm 16:13:39 Jan in feeding
- he brought a lot of small fishes for everyone :loveshower:
16:14:07 Jan out
video by Simoninna - thanx :thumbs: Great third meal for black storklets https://youtu.be/aqHK69aBr78
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video by Simoninna - thanx :thumbs:
10:48:31 Strange moment with a storklet 7181 https://youtu.be/VWWitxPw0rk
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someone coughs near the nest - is Urmas here again?

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He said - send the fish!
I can't take the old fish!
Pour the fish into the bucket!
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9:43 PMmadli9031​ Well...chicks. Urmas..send the fish..I can't get the old ones.
9:44 PMmadli9031​ I will get beaten up here. 😁
9:45 PMmadli9031 ​U: Take them with a stick...
9:46 PMmadli9031 ​I will get beaten up anyway. He is coming to the edge to beat me.
9:46 PMmadli9031 ​U: but pouring the fish is complicated
9:47 PMmadli9031 ​I can get it done.
​9:48 PMmadli9031 ​Or actually, I will pour them in the bucket myself.U: what would that give to you? The danger is that they break the bucket with their beak.
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