Estonian LSE Nest Discussion 2012 ~ Tuuli & Remo

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Re: Estonian LSE Nest Discussion 2012 ~ Tuuli & Remo

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A Blackstork in the nest!! Thank you for pictures and video :wave:
I also wonder where Tuuli and (especially) Remo is :unsure:
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Toomas marked the nest :shock:
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Hello all

first, what a lovely sounds here, a great cam. :thumbs:
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Post by Pitti »

That was a busy day at the nest, at 20.13 it was empty.

Thank you all for the pics from today :thumbs:
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Treecreeper. Blackbird. Nuthatch. Even a black stork! But no Tuuli except very early? And no Remo . . . I hope Remo is just late for some reason. The migration is no doubt dangerous . . . :unsure:
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Post by ame »

i've had a few short peeks during the day but i haven't seen anyone. it's been raining every time i had a look.
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I also haven´t seen anyone. It is still raining.
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Nothing but rain & birdsongs.
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Post by Bea »

What a pity to see this nest so deserted .... Tuuli wasn´t here for two days - and no stork either :cry:
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Post by asteria »

And Padis wasn't here yet... It's time for him to appear!
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12.24
Tuuli returned! :loveshower:
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:loveshower: She is back :loveshower:

I keep my fingers crossed that Remo will appear, too :bow:
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Is there somebody? Remo??? Look at Tuuli! :shock:
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Bea wrote: She is back :loveshower:
maybe she was shopping? :whistling:
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Yes, I saw her .... she behaved as if someone who is welcome would arrive :bow:

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Let´s hope it is not only wishful thinking .... :bow:
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Flex wrote: maybe she was shopping? :whistling:
Oh Flex, you did have a clown for breakfast today, didn´t you? :mrgreen:
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No, i've not. And I did'nt smoke Gras. :innocent:
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Post by Bea »

I turned the volume at this cam as loud as I can and I think there are LSE calls from a distance, too :puzzled:
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When I went through all the links I have suddenly met an eagle calling in the "Tooni"nest and was very happy about it. I dont have the time to read all the things that happened here in the moment but will follow all the cams and take pictures.
I only liked to show my joy to see that one nest after another one will be filled with new life.
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Post by Bea »

Tuuli away from nest at 13:51
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