Black Stork Webcam Discussion 2010

Cameras Watching over Black Storks nest
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Olga wrote:If only you have more pictures from the visit today!! please.. I can watch the cam only for short time at time, then my PC turns slow..(I don't know what's wrong in my PC or is it only old.. :sad:
Maybe you can watch if Urmas sends us a wideoclip..
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I tried to find a 'similar' pic of Padis from last year, to compare:
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Juta, thank you so much for getting these pictures. It's so good to see our Padis again. Who knows if he will find a mate this year. I hope so -
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What a surprize! Thanks for images!
I was almost sure that Padis perished on migration... As many of our birds are lost.
Toomas also arrived yesterday to homeland and overnighted quite close to camera nest, some 20km. But next data we obtain after three days. So, in camera view, there could appear also Toomas - strange syncronisation of these two neighbours...
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OMG
LSE couple!! :shock: you are very lovely, but hei, this is not your home!
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now TWO lesser spotted eagles are investigating black stork nest, i think Padis sold the apartement to LSE-s O.o

I'm reording a video for later viewing and studies. This is weird, how do LSE take over stork nest.. are they going to remodel and rebuild it for their purpose now?????? nice weather tho.
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Now there is that ringed LSE on the nest!
Pics coming.
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they bring greenery! they are serious!! :puzzled:
now what??
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Good timing, Kuremari!
Yes, what next, if Padis returns, ot Toomas?

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I think we may have to re-name this topic!

I have the impression that these two don't know each other well. Does anyone agree. They seem to look at each other as though they are not familiar.

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the eagle is looking in the sky, making "flying like" movements with wings....who is up there....
a stork maybe??
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soon video material coming up. right now its uploading on youtube.

I think these two have bought the nest from Padis who can't find a mate this year. but they have a lot of remodeling to do, to suit the nest for the life. Can they really switch nest like that?? or are thees two young lovers LSE really young and don't know how and what to do. they seem kind of uncertain too.
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:slap: :slap: :slap:

Ok...but better that an empty nest... Are you agree with me? :D
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No doubt that this is nest building behaviour. He keep leaving, then returning with another twig, branch or some kind of greenery.

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i agree with you Mutikluti, these beautiful eagles are much better than empty nest!
but what about Padis and Toomas and possible BS couple?
i hate to think, that we could see any battles here :shock:
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Oh dear, they really seem to like this nest!!!

I checked the Kotkaklubi page about Spotted Eagles, that's what it says:
Pesa ehitavad konnakotkad enamasti ise ning asustavad seda korduvalt mitmel aastal, eriti kui neid ei häirita. Vahel kasutavad nad ka teiste suuremate röövlindude (hiireviu, kanakull) või must-toonekure vanu pesi. Mõnikord on konnakotkapaaril mitu pesa, mida aastati vahetatakse.
(In bold it says sometimes they use old nests of Black Stork.)

Oh Padis, Toomas, any Black Stork... :help:
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8-)
Black stork nest camera 2010 - May 2nd - 15.00pm Other LSE flew away for a bit, but they do bing greenery, twogs and moss, like they are serious about this nest switch....
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SsUKnxwSuXM
May 2nd - 15.07pm LSE VISITING BLACK STORK
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rKR37EBn9t0
SERious????? :puzzled:
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:puzzled: Since Padis or any other black stork hasn't brought any twigs and moss (like they had this time around last years) that may mean they wont be able to find mates and make a family this year, and so they give the nest up for LSE-s.. although they are in a hurry as well. this nest promises to have some action in the future :D

Since WTE cam is down because of the wind anyway.. i only get white screen and no chiclets
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