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9:20 cam time: Karin arrives and calls
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:hi:

6.28 - visitor in the nest, a blackbird.

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mogga wrote: April 26th, 2020, 9:05 pm Oh, I see... :D
Thank you, I was a bit confused because there is talk about Karin here (as if it was an old acquaintance), but I couldn't find a nest in the LSE forum with Karin... :D
Mogga, I think everybody is so exited because Karin is always flying the longest distances. I am watching her migrations every season with astonishment. Me too I am glad to have the opportunity of watching her. :loveshower:
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aquiline wrote: April 28th, 2020, 4:05 pm Mogga, I think everybody is so exited because Karin is always flying the longest distances. I am watching her migrations every season with astonishment. Me too I am glad to have the opportunity of watching her. :loveshower:
Oh, yes, I checked birdmap again. Karin flies very far... :2thumbsup: Here compared with 2 ospreys (Elena + Vova).

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mogga wrote: April 28th, 2020, 10:04 pm Oh, yes, I checked birdmap again. Karin flies very far... :2thumbsup: Here compared with 2 ospreys (Elena + Vova).
That's what I meant :headroll:
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April 29

5.58 - the males flies in, wet and calling
6.16 - he leaves

8.21 - the male brings a twig, calls
8.23 - he leaves
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Moira wrote: April 29th, 2020, 11:11 am 5.58 - the males flies in, wet and calling
6.16 - he leaves

8.21 - the male brings a twig, calls
8.23 - he leaves
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April 30

5.55 - the male brought a twig with a cone
6.00 - he left

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May 1

All is quiet since yesterday morning.
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Karin is on the nest since some time, it maybe could be the day now!
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16:20:24 - the egg arrived :headroll:

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Felis silvestris wrote: May 1st, 2020, 4:21 pm 16:20:24 - the egg arrived :headroll:
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And then we have the proud father at 17.01. He stayed for a minute then flew off for few seconds to return with a little dry branch.



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17.04 - another dry branch. I'd say he's fussing around.
17.08 - he brings one more.
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°°°
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Karin was also on the nest before from 12:11 - 12:24

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17.25 - the male arrived with yet another branch, they communicated for a minute with long necks and staring at each other, then the male left again.

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:hi:

18:47 Karin is sleeping :sleep:
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May 2

5.40 - Karin wakes up
5.58 - she flies off, returns 6.01, sleeps until 7.20

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9.20 - the male brings a twig, Karin hopss off for few seconds, male leaves
9.29 - the male brings another twig, Karin leaves, male stays on the nest, he is very restless, works on the nest, preens himself, Karin is heard for most of the time.
9.41 - the male leaves, returns 9.45
9.52 - the male leaves
9.56 - Karin returns with a twig.
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14.20 - after spending the day on the nest with no food Karin leaves the egg in sunshine and flies away.

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14.39 - the cam stopped, Karin is not back yet.
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20.57 - the cam is back, I suppose it's Karin sleeping

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May 3

5.59 - the male arrives and Karin leaves for breakfast
7.40 - Karin returns, male leaves

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