Griffon Vulture Webcam in Portugal

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Think that is my first feeding I saw on this cam
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August 17
I thought, let me here once look again :laugh:

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Today I thought, let me here once look again :mrgreen:
Two vultures for the night?,

and one was leaving
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Thanks Fireblade...they are still there now. :2thumbsup:

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Good new year to all
Vulture love on new year :D
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:loveshower: Good news Fireblade. Last year the first egg was laid on 2nd. Feb.
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The view from the G Vulture cam tonight is pure magic. :bow:
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Building a nest
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Hi all :wave:

In the nest shown on Fireblade pics there is already an egg since the 12th or 13th January. Nobody saw thee egg as it is hidden by the stone wall but since that day they have "egg behaviour", always a GV on the nest and changing shifts.

Now the cam is pointed for another nest, the one who had a late egg last year and it must be very close to the moment of laying yhe egg: the nest is completed and they mate several times a day. So it can be tonight, or tomorrow...
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garina do mar wrote:Hi all :wave:

In the nest shown on Fireblade pics there is already an egg since the 12th or 13th January. Nobody saw thee egg as it is hidden by the stone wall but since that day they have "egg behaviour", always a GV on the nest and changing shifts.

Now the cam is pointed for another nest, the one who had a late egg last year and it must be very close to the moment of laying yhe egg: the nest is completed and they mate several times a day. So it can be tonight, or tomorrow...
Thanks for the news Garina. :hi:
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There is a blog for the 2012 nesting season but have to join to see all

http://grifosnaweb.46.forumer.com/grifo ... 43260.html
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Hi all :wave:
The egg was laid on the 30th January. As the cam is closer it is possible to see it when they change position
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:hi:
Today afternoon, I captured the egg in the upper nest. :D

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:thumbs: Lovely colours in that video. Thank you Lucy. :D
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:hi: Macdoum,

Recently, youtube introduced the option of improving the quality of the movies, so I decided to test how it works. :innocent:

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Lucy,you could put that in Technical Questions,I'm sure everyone would be happy to know. :nod:

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9:22 ( loodus time )

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I do not know when the egg is laid, and how much. I have to read everything.
And also do not know exactly the portuguese time :laugh:

Oh, i see the message from garina do mar :thumbs:
( Hi all :wave:
The egg was laid on the 30th January. As the cam is closer it is possible to see it when they change position )
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12:49 ( loodus time )
I have not seen the time she left

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12:57
back on nest

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Seems the egg in G Vultures nest is due to hatch on 20th March.
See time differences here;

http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/city.html?n=133
(from 'Useful Tools' section in 'Conversations)
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