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A White-tailed Eagle Database Project

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Re: WTE Video Collection

Post by maertha » January 17th, 2011, 8:33 pm

79.Read more about the Estonian feeding place: Tiit Randla: Ravens Guide the White-tailed Eagles

Source: submitted by Looduskalender, December 2008, Text: Helen Arusoo, Photo, Mats Kangur, Journal: Loodusõber, Translation: liis
Click here: http://www.looduskalender.ee/en/node/2162

[youtube]eXFRUlnwlgE&feature=mfu_in_order&list=UL[/youtube]
Video by Looduskalender forum member Mutikluti

Inuit call raven a „wolf-bird”, as it cooperates with wolves – react on their howling, show them location of
possible pray while wolves follow raven’s voice.” Read more at SLĪTERES NACIONĀLAIS PARKS
http://slitere.lv/2010/12/raven-wolf-bird/?lang=en

Ravens: If you are interested in ravens, have a look at the website of the Konrad Lorenz-Research Station
Click at the link and scroll down the page to find many pdf documents (type “ravens” in the search function window of your browser)
http://www.klf.ac.at/Publications/publications.htm

More about ravens: see Looduskalender forum, Corvid Corner
Click here: viewtopic.php?f=11&t=44

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Post by maertha » January 21st, 2011, 9:54 pm

80.Eagles at the Winter feeding place

Video (close-up) by Aivar Veide, January 21st, 2011

"Today was at the feeding place Aivar Veide. He saw 8 ringed eagles. Most of them were there before and their ring-numbers were known. At the same time he saw 12 eagles but during day-time visited this feeding place maybe 20 eagles. Very interesting were two eagles from Finland (2009), their numbers were consecutively...seems that they were from the same nest and they were similar too. Aivar sent me video and here it is: (...)"

Text and video upload by Mutikluti, Looduskalender forum

[youtube]RcbK-TbXaTg&feature=player_embedded#![/youtube]

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Post by maertha » January 21st, 2011, 9:59 pm

81.Rétisas nyúltetemen (White-tailed eagle - hare carcass)

by Utökológiai Munkacsoport (2011)
Road Ecological Work Group, Hungary


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Post by maertha » January 30th, 2011, 3:51 pm

82.Ørna har landet/The eagle has landed

Report from a feeding place (close up)
© 2011 Roger Engvik, Sunnmørsposten

http://www.smp.no/video/?videoId=605

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Post by maertha » January 30th, 2011, 3:53 pm

83. WWF Finland works for the protection of the White-tailed Sea Eagle and the Baltic Sea

ITÄMEREN PUOLESTA - WWF Suomi - Merikotkatyö, 2010

[youtube]6Xk2hwjOJpc&feature=player_embedded[/youtube]

Translation:
  • Anne Brax (A.B., the PR-woman for WWF Finland):
    - When the protection work started in the beginning of '70ies the situation of the WTEs was really miserable. The number of nesting couples was just over 30, and this proud animal was disappearing from the Finnish nature.

    Newspaper headline:
    - “High levels of environmental toxins found in WTEs”

    A.B.:
    - WWF called for volunteers and formed a working group to contemplate what could be done.

    Hannu Ekblom (H.E., a member of the WWF working group for WTEs in Finland, the man without the beard):
    - I joined the winterfeeding work of the WTEs in the early '80ies.

    A.B.:
    - It was a surprise to see during the years what a success the winter feeding of the WTEs proved to be.

    Newspaper headlines:
    - “Koivusaari in Iisalmi says: the numbers of WTEs are growing” (in Savon Sanomat March 25th 1982)
    - “20 tons of meat fed to the WTEs in the Turku area this winter”
    -“Juhani Koivusaari says: Government aid needed for the WTEs” (in Iisalmen sanomat March 28th 1982) [Juhani Koivusaari is one the foremost WTE researches in Finland]

    A.B.:
    - When the environmental toxins weren't any more accumulating in the bodies of the WTEs their egg-laying became successful and improved their breeding success and the number of the WTEs began to increase.

    H.E.:
    - The large-scale winter feeding was stopped after year 2000, as the eagles had become able to get along by themselves.
    H.E. (while going to the nest):
    - I'm glad that this couple has been successful in their breeding.
    - The follow-up of the number of WTEs is still extremely important and enlightenment among the public and protection work are still needed.
    - The WTE is a part of the Finnish national heritage. It is great that its future seems to be secured as new eaglets are born.

    At the nest the discussion of the two men:
    - "180"
    - "23180. Red and black."
    The bearded man: "The wind is growing harder. It will begin to rain soon."
    H.E. (from the tree top): "So it seems."
    The bearded man: "Hurry up."
    H.E. (from the tree top): "Ok. But i can't rush. This takes its time."

    H.E:
    - As the Baltic Sea is a habitat of the WTE its condition is of utmost importance. It is still much polluted and the WWF is working for its protection. The Baltic Sea should not be a dump where for example fertilizers are flown and oil spilt.
    - We need to respect and value this fine sea even though it is rather shallow compared to oceans.

    H.E. (while going to the nest): “This work has yielded results.”
    H.E. (at the nest to the eaglet):
    - Hi! Well hello... Look what I've brought to you.
    Eaglet:
    - Kha-kha-kha-kha-khaa...

    H.E.
    - Protection is long-span work. It doesn't go like that this year you do this and the next year that. Along the years things develop gradually. More eaglets are born and the number of WTEs increases.

    A.B.
    - Without the volunteers' work the WWF would not have made this. This kind of work cannot be done by officials or civil servants working from 9 to 5. It would simply be too expensive.
    - The donations of private citizens are vital as there always will be expenses. The members of the WTE working group are not receiving salaries but their expenses are
    compensated for.
    - The support, even small donations from people make this work possible.
    - The members of the WTE working group have done invaluable and unselfish work protecting the WTE.

    Eaglets:
    - Kha-kha- khah!
Transcription and translation by ame. Many thanks!

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Post by maertha » February 5th, 2011, 3:44 pm

84. White-tailed Eagle drying wings like a cormorant, Havelland near Berlin, Germany

By Grinsofant, April 2011


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Post by maertha » February 12th, 2011, 9:36 pm

85. Havørner på raftsundet i lofoten

November 2010, upload by geirhalvard


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Post by maertha » February 12th, 2011, 10:05 pm

86.Eagle robbed mallard nest

Video by LK forum member fireblade

[youtube]Hl8fsIpCXtc&feature=player_embedded[/youtube]

More information at http://www.looduskalender.ee/en/node/10124

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Post by maertha » February 19th, 2011, 9:08 pm

87. Bielik/White-tailed Eagle

March 2007, by terra703


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Post by maertha » February 20th, 2011, 12:51 pm

88.Dokumentarfilm: Der bleifreie Schuss - Glückstreffer für den Seeadler

DVD, 40 Minuten. Von Uta Greschner © 2009

A documentary about hunting, lead ammunition and White-tailed Eagles

The film shows the causes for lead poisoning in White-tailed Eagles and other birds of prey world-wide. It shows also international solutions for this problem.

The DVD can be ordered per e-mail (donation: 10 Euro)/DVD-Bestellungen gegen eine Spende von 10 € per E-Mail

Contact adress and further information at seeadlerforschung.de:
Kontaktadresse und weitere Informationen bei seeadlerforschung.de:

http://www.seeadlerforschung.de/downloa ... Schuss.pdf

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Post by maertha » February 21st, 2011, 5:37 pm

89.White-tailed Eagle, fox and ravens at the winter feeding place. Estonia, February 2011

Video by Looduskalender forum member venegor

[youtube]pl_AY6n-qCY&feature=player_embedded#at=63[/youtube]

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Post by maertha » February 24th, 2011, 5:47 pm

90.White-tailed Eagle versus Fox. Feeding Ground – Estonia, February 2011

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Post by maertha » March 3rd, 2011, 9:09 pm

91.White-tailed Eagles, mating. Estonia, February 2011

Video by Looduskalender member Fleur, recorded with the Grey seal monitoring camera in Vilsandi National Reserve area, Saaremaa

[youtube]m2npC1LlvqI&feature=player_embedded[/youtube]
Link submitted by ame

Information at Looduskalender about the Grey Seal Monitoring Camera:
http://www.looduskalender.ee/en/node/2930
Webcam link:
mms://tv.eenet.ee/hyljes

Webcam information and link posted by Jo at the Grey Seal Webcam Forum

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Post by maertha » March 3rd, 2011, 9:16 pm

92. Eagles' Winter Feeding Ground. White-tailed Eagles testing their strength

Estonia, Feb 21, 2011, by Storkslover




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Post by maertha » March 3rd, 2011, 9:20 pm

93.Kotkavarje/Eaglehide- Describing videoclip of visitors near eaglehide

By yxteine

[youtube]2hFDMiV5i4g&feature=related[/youtube]

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Post by maertha » March 3rd, 2011, 9:24 pm

94.Pulling out drowned moose (it is as food on eaglehide feedingplace now), February 2011

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Post by maertha » March 5th, 2011, 9:55 pm

95.Havsörnar/White-tailed Eagles, hunting waterfowl, Sweden

Isle of Gotland, port of Klintehamn. By pellewistrand, January 2011

[youtube]JQ3Ahp2635A&feature=related[/youtube]

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Post by maertha » March 26th, 2011, 11:37 pm

96.Bielik/Young White-tailed Eagle

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Post by maertha » March 26th, 2011, 11:39 pm

97.Steller's Eagle and White-tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus pelagicus & Haliaeetus albicilla) in Hokkaido (Japan)

By Lou Cabri

http://vimeo.com/20551298

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Post by maertha » March 26th, 2011, 11:41 pm

98.Flying White-tailed Eagle/Havsörn. Slow motion

Havsörn. Fagerön-Ängsö Västerås i Västmanland 20-Februari 2000, White-tailed Eagle in Sweden, AROS FILM Fotograf: Gunnar Fernqvist.


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