Latvian Osprey Nest Webcam Discussion 2012 - ESTLAT

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if you want to do, I would appreciate that.

This is the map of last winter, only in dutch :blush:
http://www.ransuileningroningen.nl/telp ... -2011-2012

we ourselves rings almost no long eared owls because we do not have the resources
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About Long eared owl migration. My friend said that there are records of Long eared owls which have ringed in our bird ringing station Pape and later found in Belgium, Germany and also in Netherland. But such records aren't many because much owls, especially young ones, dies during migration and don't reach wintering grounds.
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ok, thank you and your friend for your reply.

Pity that especially the young do not survive, but it is nice to know.

I must say, I've never seen one with a ring, but I will have more to pay attention.
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21:36 - sound Deer ? :puzzled:
21:37 - "




around 21:43 - I hear the knocks of the horns against each other?
Bronze Age....if I describe well

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Fleur wrote:21:36 - sound Deer ? :puzzled:
21:37 - "


around 21:43 - I hear the knocks of the horns against each other?
Bronze Age....if I describe well
Yes, it sounds like Red deer. But about knocking sounds I don't know. I think it's not time for deer rut yet.
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thank you vainamoinen, you help me a lot with the sounds


September 12

22:16 - male and female Tawny Owl call

22:29 - female......and male

23:07 - female still call
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23:23 - male and female Tawny Owl call

I just put here every time the messages, who knows, there is a webcam next season :mrgreen:
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September 13

21:45 - Tawny Owl call / male I think
21:45 - female
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Fleur wrote:.....I just put here every time the messages, who knows, there is a webcam next season :mrgreen:
Fleur, as you are a nighttime observer here you don´t need light and sight - perhaps you can persuade them to leave the microphone there if they don´t want to let a camera run next season ...
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:thumbs: good idea Bea
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Fleur wrote::thumbs: good idea Bea

Yes, this place is good for night time observations. Many interesting records have been so far.
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that's good to hear Vainamoinen
I just go further than with the observations with my phone earpieces :laugh:
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23:39 - a short call from male
..replay from female
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September 15

21:38 - Tawny Owl call - female call, or....is this male :blush:

...and ( fe )male I think , beautiful

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23:36 - I think sound Fox, not sure
and a dog barks

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I heard a blackbird, and hum.
if I don't forget, I make the movie tomorrow....
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sound Blackbird and Hum from yesterday evening
the sound should be louder....

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[quote="Fleur"]September 15

21:38 - Tawny Owl call - female call, or....is this male :blush:

...and ( fe )male I think , beautiful

Until about 6th minute there are only female calls. At the end of record it could be male. Sound however is rather strange, not pure as in typical song. I can't hear it clearly enough in my computer. And of course there are also dogs. They frequently are going crazy when hear owls voices.
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you have a moment Vainamoinen ? - I find just the sound of male and female that I've recorded last year with a webcam in the Netherlands

nice sound from male, ( and female eat a mouse )

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edit: I feel that even though this species tawny sounds, although it is too early for the time of year

...and this sound is from October 2011 ( in the netherlands )



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