DISCUSSION ESTLAT Osprey Nest 1 Madis & Piret ~ 2012

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Re: ESTLAT Osprey Nest Webcam Discussion 2012

Post by nirtak » August 18th, 2012, 10:00 pm

Something wrong with cam. Seconds are going soooooo slowly. :bash: :bash: :bash:

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Post by Starling » August 18th, 2012, 10:01 pm

With this speed we can still watch the camera in the winter. :headroll: :rotf: :bash:

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Post by Antoinette » August 18th, 2012, 10:03 pm

Starling wrote:With this speed we can still watch the camera in the winter. :headroll: :rotf: :bash:
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Post by IKat » August 18th, 2012, 10:06 pm

Since the camera is losing time and moving so slowly are they still on the nest or did they leave and we're still seeing something that happened a while ago???? They sure have been on the nest a long time.....and usually some leave right after eating :slap:
S7-Nori-F?
S8-Uno-M?
S9-Elo-F?

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Post by maertha » August 18th, 2012, 10:06 pm

Thank you for the links, Urmas, they work fine. It´s fascinating that we can "follow" Piret now.

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Post by C.LynnDunn » August 18th, 2012, 10:07 pm

I am so used to the three of them squawking...it is eerily silent this afternoon!! :unsure: (2:06 PM in Iowa, USA)

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Post by maertha » August 18th, 2012, 10:12 pm

Kapa wrote:Maertha,
thanks so much! This is exactly the behavior I meant.
"Virtual prey" - yes, it was strange to see him doing that without having a fish.
You´re welcome, Kapa, I´m glad that I caught "your" moment. :D As others have already said here, it seems to be a part of the begging behaviour, but that´s just a guess, I´m no expert.

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Post by Wisteria » August 18th, 2012, 10:13 pm

IKat wrote:Since the camera is losing time and moving so slowly are they still on the nest or did they leave and we're still seeing something that happened a while ago???? They sure have been on the nest a long time.....and usually some leave right after eating :slap:
It should be very dark by now, for me "night" falls in Estonia about 3:15 my time. Estonia time on the cam right now says 18:50, it should be 22:15 there.

Hope I didn't screw up my math on that.

The seconds are very slow as someone else said.

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Post by meierlein » August 18th, 2012, 10:18 pm

:peek:

cam-time is 18:58:25h
more than 3 hours difference

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Post by maertha » August 18th, 2012, 10:28 pm

I just added a text to the White-tailed Eagle database, which may be also interesting for the osprey transmitter discussion . Here a snippet:

“Since the day we fitted his tag (along with his sister Breagha) we have been able to follow his every move and for the first time ever we have a complete picture of how young white-tailed eagles disperse: where they go, how long they stay in certain areas and use certain habitats and when they decide to start settling down.”

Source: RSPB, August 17th 2012, Dave Sexton (RSPB Scotland Mull Officer)
Read more: http://www.rspb.org.uk/community/wildli ... fault.aspx

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Post by meierlein » August 18th, 2012, 10:35 pm

Urmas wrote:Strange with that camera... don't know what the reason for that.

But hereby are two links of yesterdays and today's migration routes of Piret:
http://goo.gl/maps/izDHW
and
http://goo.gl/maps/qHolw

hopefully you could open those, that's new map solution also for me, so please respond in forum, if there are some problems to open those!

In migration map
http://birdmap.5dvision.ee/en
there is difficult to import new transmitter type data, so will enter there only one location per day (up to new technical solution will elaborated).

:wave: URMAS

thank you for the new Addresses :2thumbsup:

I think, the cam-problem is the Battery, if there is one -
hopefully, we are able to watch the nest in the next time :shock:

who is responsible for that Battery-Service?

:help:

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Post by Mulmert » August 18th, 2012, 10:49 pm

Strange problem with the cam....
I guess that the problem could also be at the server which is used for sending
the stream from cam out on the internet. Dont think its a battery problem.
Somehere there must be a buffer that holds the incomming stream and then sends it out.
For the time being, it looks like everything is broadcast, but in slowmotion.
The key issue is where the time stamp is set, because the time seems to be correctly
stamped so the problem is afterwards. My guess is the server.

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Post by Cydrome » August 18th, 2012, 11:33 pm

Urmas wrote: But hereby are two links of yesterdays and today's migration routes of Piret:
http://goo.gl/maps/izDHW
and
http://goo.gl/maps/qHolw
Those are great. Looks like she flies 200 miles a day!
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Post by Maxie4Paws » August 18th, 2012, 11:45 pm

I wish every one a very good night. I love all the pic. of the family today. and i hope to see them in the moring. I want to thank everyone for all the pic. and video's. that i will be here next nesting season.

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Post by lukris » August 18th, 2012, 11:49 pm

Starling wrote:18.44(?) Nori steals a fish from Uno. :laugh:

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:rotf: Good girl! She simply could not resist! :mrgreen:
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Post by Kukelke » August 18th, 2012, 11:52 pm

Urmas wrote:Strange with that camera... don't know what the reason for that.

But hereby are two links of yesterdays and today's migration routes of Piret:
http://goo.gl/maps/izDHW
and
http://goo.gl/maps/qHolw

hopefully you could open those, that's new map solution also for me, so please respond in forum, if there are some problems to open those!

In migration map
http://birdmap.5dvision.ee/en
there is difficult to import new transmitter type data, so will enter there only one location per day (up to new technical solution will elaborated).
Camera is still lagging. Right now the camera time says 19:13 while it should be 23:30.

Thanks for the links on the new map solution. They both do work indeed.

But each of your links represents 1 migration day.
Is it possible (within this new map solution) to get a permanent link to the whole route, from starting point to current position, just like the old map, or will you post an update with link to the latest position of Piret every new day?

If possible I would love a permanent link so I can add it to my favourites (because on the old migration map Piret is still in Belarus, while, according your second link, she really is a bit east of Kiev in the Ukraine).

Thanks in advance.



Behouden reis, Piret! (A safe journey, Piret!)

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Post by Antoinette » August 19th, 2012, 12:24 am

Kukelke wrote: Camera is still lagging. Right now the camera time says 19:13 while it should be 23:30.

Thanks for the links on the new map solution. They both do work indeed.

But each of your links represents 1 migration day.
Is it possible (within this new map solution) to get a permanent link to the whole route, from starting point to current position, just like the old map, or will you post an update with link to the latest position of Piret every new day?

If possible I would love a permanent link so I can add it to my favourites (because on the old migration map Piret is still in Belarus, while, according your second link, she really is a bit east of Kiev in the Ukraine).

Thanks in advance.



Behouden reis, Piret! (A safe journey, Piret!)
Kukelke, if you - on the old map - click at the bottom left on + 1 day. you see more precise where Piret is.
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Post by Baltar » August 19th, 2012, 1:17 am

lukris wrote: :nod: That's what I thought too!
According to this speed Piret could be in one week in Sudan... is this realistic? Do the Estonian Ospreys usually make a rest, e.g. at danube delta?


btw:
Do the parent birds recognize their children in the next year? I guess all 5 will come back to same region of Estonia, but they look and sound so similar...
What do you hear? Nothing but the rain.

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Post by Wisteria » August 19th, 2012, 1:23 am

Here are some photos from the Class Of 2012:

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(Uno's portrait courtesy of NancyM's screen cap)


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Note the fish in Elo's talons, and the huge crop. :laugh:



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Always in our hearts, if not always in the nest. :chick: :chick: :chick:

The fog made a beautiful backdrop this morning, and Elo finally posed right, and by right, I mean right after supper. :D

edit: changed Elo's title to be kinder

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Post by meierlein » August 19th, 2012, 1:29 am

Baltar wrote: According to this speed Piret could be in one week in Sudan... is this realistic? Do the Estonian Ospreys usually make a rest, e.g. at danube delta?


btw:
Do the parent birds recognize their children in the next year? I guess all 5 will come back to same region of Estonia, but they look and sound so similar...


:peek:


PIRET is in Ukraine now
following the water, where she can catch fishes ^^

btw -
these chicks will not come back next year -
they maybe come back after 2 years for raising their own chicks

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