Estonian Osprey Nest (Marko & Miina) 2020

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Re: Estonian Osprey Nest (Marko & Miina) 2020

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Thank you, Sova, for taking pictures of the beautiful Jay! :thumbs:
And a great Olgapyat video. Thanks! :2thumbsup: This video reminded me of what happened in the nest of Mai and Mick in 2016. The Carla and Cecilia Chicks could not loosen their grip on the claws for 20 minutes while owning a single fish. :gathering:
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Gavril wrote: September 1st, 2020, 3:14 pm ...
This video reminded me of what happened in the nest of Mai and Mick in 2016. The Carla and Cecilia Chicks could not loosen their grip on the claws for 20 minutes while owning a single fish. :gathering:
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:hi: Hello Gavril .... nice pictures
Gavril wrote: September 1st, 2020, 2:55 pm :hi: Hello! Again, news of the hawk is causing fear...This Finnish hawk is young. He's just learning!
I was astonished that they didn't hunt the goshawk at all, but they were the hunted ... when I think of our Juuli, it was completely different.
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16:21 - this wing beat could be heard very well
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16:46. It seems that the young osprey is begging for fish and a father. :puzzled: Are ospreys flying to Africa? :shake:

By the way, in 2012, at the second nest, where no one nested that season, in the fall, adult and young ospreys stopped to rest and transfer fish.
Capture 4.09.12.
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Gavril wrote: September 1st, 2020, 4:55 pm ...
By the way, in 2012, at the second nest, where no one nested that season, in the fall, adult and young ospreys stopped to rest and transfer fish.
Capture 4.09.12.
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what nest is that, Gavril?
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sova wrote: September 1st, 2020, 5:37 pm what nest is that, Gavril?
A Sparrowhawk also stayed there.
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Thanks Gavril .... good night, sleep well :wave:
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18:36 - someone flew on the cam
19:00 - He / she is still on cam

Image no, no, no .... and now the camera stops again (19:01)

19:16 - camera works again ... THANK YOU! :2thumbsup:
hopefully someone is still there

19:23 - someone is still there
20:05 - ins nest is no one jumped up to now, if anyone is on the Cam, I do not know now more
20:06 - yes ... someone is still there
20:07 - shakes plumage

20:09 - someone flew away from the camera (not visible) ... I assume that our friend was there or our Marko ... who else?
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02. Sept.

Good morning to all :hi:
It's a windy morning

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09:02:39/40 .... interesting voice (I have no idea)

09:23 - who is that on the cam ... it has such a high-pitched voice (woodpecker?)

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Hello! :hi: Thank you for the reports and pictures, Sova! :thumbs:
At 9: 02 a.m., a gray-haired woodpecker sang. And then on the construction site of the webcam, most likely, a Great Spotted Woodpecker (my poor, poor eardrums :whistling: ).
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What a Jolly little bird. She performed an intricate dance over the nest. :D I didn't understand what kind of bird it was. The quality of my stream leaves much to be desired...But I really want to understand what kind of bird it is. :dunno:

Could it be a Woodlark?
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:hi: Hello Gavril
Gavril wrote: September 2nd, 2020, 1:59 pm ...
Could it be a Woodlark?
I don't know but check out this video, it looks the same, doesn't it?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7pUmhp7hQQU
Gavril wrote: September 2nd, 2020, 1:52 pm ...
At 9: 02 a.m., a gray-haired woodpecker sang. And then on the construction site of the webcam, most likely, a Great Spotted Woodpecker (my poor, poor eardrums :whistling: ).
OK, thank you Gavril .... yes it was very loud :D
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16:42....16:48 - camera stops
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sova wrote: September 2nd, 2020, 4:49 pm :hi: Hello Gavril

I don't know but check out this video, it looks the same, doesn't it?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7pUmhp7hQQU
Yes, it looks very much like a lark! I'm not sure, because larks are a bird of fields, meadows, but maybe it's a forest lark (Lullula arborea). Maybe he was behind a group of larks, hurrying to migrate to the South of Europe. :gathering:
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sova wrote: September 2nd, 2020, 7:22 am 02. Sept.

Good morning to all :hi:
It's a windy morning

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8:31. This Jay? By the way, then the voice is an imitation of a Buzzard...(8:31:46). 8-)
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Thank you for the time stamp, Sova!
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sova, Gavril :hi: ,thank you for the nice pictures and comments :2thumbsup:

19:30 The cam is back :D, the sky is beautiful
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:hi: Hellem
Hellem wrote: September 2nd, 2020, 7:00 pm ...
19:30 The cam is back :D, the sky is beautiful
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My time 19:45 ... I am sitting in front of the PC and hear a well-known call / scream (Goshawk). :shock: I jump out onto the terrace and do not see him at first, I only see a kestrel flying around the big tree. And then, the Goshawk flies towards me and carries a magpie. :sad: Kestrel flies after him ... Magpie is still screaming ... I just smoked two cigarettes ...
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sova, the hawks ... Goshawks are also active here. I have been hearing their calls for about 3 weeks. I've never seen one before and I don't know if they are young people with the intention of moving to new territory. But their calls are clear. My husband found 2 picked pigeon carcasses in the adjacent forest. I have to look for nests before I blame hawks. Actually, they don't leave prey behind. And we also had long-eared owls ....

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