Saker Falcons and Eurasian Hobbies in Hungary

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Fleur wrote: June 8th, 2020, 4:58 pm
:D thanx Fleur :2thumbsup:
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:thumbs: Solo

17:25 little lady call out of view
17:26 again

17:27 Csaba. Little lady calls her lungs out of her body.
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Fleur wrote: June 8th, 2020, 6:26 pm
thanx :thumbs:
still - she is persistent :mrgreen:
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O wait, a little moment
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17:26 little lady call, Csaba on the right
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On the hunt for her chick...

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June 9

6:49 little lady call


6:53 She is now calling further away
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June 10

7:24 little Lady call
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It's Hobby Falcon Time :nod:

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I hope so :thumbs:
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Fleur thank you! They brood regularly after the saker falcons?
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I hope so. Birdfiend.
Last few years there were comings and goings of Kestrel and Hobby and they haven't been brooding.
If I remember well. :blush:
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Thank you, maybe they will try it that year.
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June 22


9:13 its raining
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9:23 in the background another Falcon is calling
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9:26 Female arrived
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Hello all together :hi:
Fleur wrote: June 10th, 2020, 8:26 am ... little Lady call ...
Fleur,
our little lady is O.K. :D - here (in the orange circle, the blue is the nest), today info:
Csenge gave her the prey brought to the irons of the column there and went hunting again
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mavir info - blog: https://www.mavir.hu/web/mavir/feszekme ... _count%3D5 or on the FB: https://www.facebook.com/11390873535517 ... =3&theater
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Thank you Solo :thumbs:

Maybe that was the sound that I heard at 9:23 :whistling:
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Fleur wrote: June 22nd, 2020, 10:31 pm Thank you Solo :thumbs:

Maybe that was the sound that I heard at 9:23 :whistling:
Fleur, very probably :2thumbsup:
my pleasure :wave:
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