Black Stork Tracks

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Post by asteria » August 14th, 2015, 6:37 pm

No wonder she didn't fly to the mountains but she still reached Chekh Republic.

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Post by macko50 » August 14th, 2015, 8:07 pm

14.08.2015. New data from the four active tagged latvian young black storks.

Upene (Ziluka) flew about 20 kilometers to the south towards the mountains. - Last signal: 2015-08-14 13:30:17

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Feja din't change her position. She is in the central part of Poland, at the river Vistula. - Last signal: 2015-08-14 13:30:29

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Meia still near the nest. - Last signal: 2015-08-14 13:30:18


Sarma didn't change her position, she is in Latvia near Jelgava - Last signal: 2015-08-14 13:30:38

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Post by Liz01 » August 15th, 2015, 4:55 pm

15:30 upene is still there.

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1119 km :shake: yesterday were 1117 kilometers. They did not fly away. only two kilometers

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Post by macko50 » August 15th, 2015, 4:57 pm

15.08.2015. New data from the four active tagged latvian young black storks.

Upene (Ziluka) turned back to the border, and she was ath the river Olse again, when the last signals came.


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Feja din't change her position. She is in the central part of Poland, at the river Vistula.

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Meia still near the nest.


Sarma flew back to Lithuania. She was the north part of Lithuania when the last signals came.

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Post by Liz01 » August 15th, 2015, 5:01 pm

macko50 wrote:15.08.2015. New data from the four active tagged latvian young black storks.

Upene (Ziluka) didn't change her postion at all, which is not a good sign. - Last signal: 2015-08-15 13:30:17
The last map you can see that she crossed two electric transmission lines

Macko, Upene was 2 km on the road. She might have stayed in the river and stayed there all the time :unsure:
Do you really think, something is wrong?

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Post by Liz01 » August 15th, 2015, 5:07 pm

I believe that all is well. She was here at 12:30 :loveshower: :loveshower:

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and here at 14:00 :laugh:

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Post by macko50 » August 15th, 2015, 5:13 pm

Liz01 wrote:Macko, Upene was 2 km on the road. She might have stayed in the river and stayed there all the time :unsure:
Do you really think, something is wrong?
Liz, two lines are exactly one above the other on the map. Now I see that she turned back. Thanks. :)
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Post by baska » August 15th, 2015, 5:27 pm

Thankfully, you are right, Liz !!! :loveshower:
She was turning back and had her lunch on one of these sandbanks.
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Post by Liz01 » August 16th, 2015, 4:48 pm

15:30 a new signal from Upene.
She moves only 6 kilometers

It is increasingly difficult to find them. The lines network will be always more dense :slap:

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Post by Liz01 » August 16th, 2015, 4:53 pm

I found Ziluka - Upene at Goris.lv :bow: :laugh:

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Post by macko50 » August 16th, 2015, 6:35 pm

16.08.2015. New data from the four active tagged latvian young black storks.

Upene (Ziluka) didn't change her position, as Liz wrote "She moved only 6 kilometers".


Feja din't change her position. She is in the central part of Poland, at the river Vistula.


Meia still near the nest.


Sarma is north part of Lithuania on the same place.
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Post by Giuseppe » August 17th, 2015, 12:12 am

Dobrý večer,včera 15.8.2015 jsem zmapoval terén v lokatoru 49.7931931N, 18.5967128E kde momentálně už týden se pohybuje
Upene(Ziluka) prošel jsem korytem řeky Olše 700 m v čase 08:30 a nikde nic.
Na zpáteční cestě jsem v lokátoru 49.7915861N, 18.5943739E spatřil kroužit na obloze 3 černé čápy a 1 asi 100m dál.
Snad aspoň 1 z nich byl ten sledovaný GPS,zážitek přesto nezapomenutelný.
Odkaz na foto: http://hordubal2012.rajce.idnes.cz/
Tere õhtust, 15. august 2015 Eile kaardistatud maastikust locator 49.7931931N, 18.5967128E kus nad praegu on nädala käigud
Ohkamine (Ziluka) ma möödunud jõesängi Alder 700 m aeg 08:30 ja ei olnud midagi.
Tagasiteel ma olen locator 49.7915861N, 18.5943739E märkas ringilt taevas 3 must-toonekure ja 1 umbes 100m kaugusel.
Loodetavasti vähemalt üks neist oli, et GPS jälgimise, kuid meeldejäävaks elamuseks.
Link foto: http://hordubal2012.rajce.idnes.cz/

Good evening, August 15, 2015 Yesterday, I mapped the terrain locator 49.7931931N, 18.5967128E where they currently have a week moves
Sighing (Ziluka) I passed riverbed Alder 700 m time 8:30 and there was nothing.
On the way back I'm locator 49.7915861N, 18.5943739E spotted circling in the sky 3 black storks and 1 about 100m away.
Hopefully at least one of them was that GPS tracking, yet memorable experience.
Link to photo: http://hordubal2012.rajce.idnes.cz/

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Post by Liz01 » August 17th, 2015, 5:27 am

August 17th

good morning :hi:

Giuseppe :hi: Thank you for the nice Picture and the information. I'm sure, that our Ziluka- Upene is still there :2thumbsup:
Now I know, that she is not alone. Perhaps Ziluks and parents are with her? :loveshower:

Giuseppe, would you setting pictures of the storks and the river here? :bow: That would be very nice!

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Post by lianaliesma » August 17th, 2015, 9:31 am

Wow! What a joy! :loveshower:

Giuseppe! Thank you so much... Image
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Post by baska » August 17th, 2015, 9:35 am

Srdečné díky, Guiseppe ! :D :D :D
Wonderful these pictures of the 4 storks and the pittoresque river ! :loveshower: Thank you so much !


Liz, I think the parents are still in Latvia. As you know all parents need to recover for 3 or 4 weeks from the feeding-stress.
In addition they are moulting during that period. (at least the white storks, and I can imagine this is the same with the black storks. - Does anybody know about that?)
That might be other juvenils who have come all together from Latvia.
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Post by asteria » August 17th, 2015, 10:23 am

Thank you Guiseppe for pictures and interesting information.

Maybe Ozols or some other adult storks stay in this place not for the first time and showed the way to Ziluks and Ziluka. It means that black storks don't fly all alone.

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Post by Liz01 » August 17th, 2015, 1:10 pm

baska wrote:
Liz, I think the parents are still in Latvia. As you know all parents need to recover for 3 or 4 weeks from the feeding-stress.
In addition they are moulting during that period. (at least the white storks, and I can imagine this is the same with the black storks. - Does anybody know about that?)
That might be other juvenils who have come all together from Latvia.
....

Baska, I found this
http://core.ac.uk/download/pdf/14521972.pdf

The previous knowledge of the moulting of the black stork is in the monograph by Janssen et al. (2004) compiled. They
culminating in the realization that an intact wing is important for this great glider. To the airworthiness not
affecting large Mauser gaps, obviously intertwine different functional mechanisms. Based on fixed, regular foci constantly moulting seasons are started, but are resolved by sequence delays and associated, supporting different durations of individual springs such that from about the 4th calendar year moulting sites are spread over the wing
(Bloesch et. Al 1987). The large feathers moult takes place during the summer and pulls herself up in the winter. The latter authors pursued this Mauser on a young bird over 8 years. This showed a continuous Season Mauser, the descendant of the hand from H 1 and the arm went convergent; the control they showed divergent from the center from the inside out running. The Mauser cycles lasted initially 1-1.5 years ...

I know that the parents fly separately. Female first, then male. was a nice thought ... the whole family :laugh:

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Post by Liz01 » August 17th, 2015, 4:45 pm

New data from Upene. She is still on the Place. Today, there are 1128 km. she has just 5 kilometers moved :shake:

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Post by macko50 » August 17th, 2015, 4:48 pm

17.08.2015. New data from the four active tagged latvian young black storks.

Upene (Ziluka) didn't change her position, she is in the same area.


Feja din't change her position. She is in the central part of Poland, at the river Vistula.


Meia still near the nest.


Sarma is at the Latvian Lithuanian border

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Post by Giuseppe » August 18th, 2015, 11:17 am

Dobrý den,17.8.2015 jsem byl opět za černými čápy na Olši v čase 11:45-12:38 v lokatoru 49.7971339N, 18.5935264E .
Objevil jsem je přímo v korytě při hledání potravy. Jsou tam 2 mladí a 2 staří,co mě udivilo,že jsem ani u jednoho neviděl kroužek na noze. Porovnal jsem časy přeletu ,mělo by to sedět.Přikládám foto čápů z koryta Olše a okolního prostředí,tady kde se pohybují je hodně rybníku na české i polské straně hranice,zatopené důlní deprese a propadliny,louky pokosené i neudržované,ideální biotop pro čápy.
Hello, Aug. 17, 2015, I was again behind at the Olza black storks in time 11: 45-12: 38 49.7971339N locator, 18.5935264E.
I found them in the riverbed in search of food. There are 2 2 young and old, that I was surprised that I have not seen a ring on one leg. I compared the times crossing, it should sedět.Přikládám photo storks from bed and alder environment here where they move a lot of the pond the Czech and Polish side of the border, flooded mine depression and depression, mown meadows and unkempt, an ideal habitat for the storks.
http://hordubal2012.rajce.idnes.cz/Cern ... _45-12_38/

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