Lesser Spotted Eagles in Poland - 2016/17

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when the eaglet is going to fledge?
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Wojtek wrote:when the eaglet is going to fledge?
Date of hatching isn't known, so one can only specify the possible period: in 2-3 weeks.

16:39 - Eaglet is already able to skin a vole:
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Thanks BigDee, that sounds right. I have reviewed some 2016 pictures from this forum and it looks like the 2017 eaglet is about 3-4 days earlier then the 2016 one. That means the first egg in 2017 was laid on 29 April, the hatching happened on 9 June and eaglet will fledge about 10 August (if the same gender). Would you know how many eggs they had this year?
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8:24 Frog for the eaglet

9:01 our eaglet got a vole

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July 30th

nice vole from Dad at 8:29
8:47 another vole
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August 1

17:40 When I opened the cam just now there was no chick. Maybe he is on a branch out of cam view, I hope so...

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:hi:
Eaglet just started branching and now is out of camera view :laugh:
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18:13 I hear some rustling of leaves. So he must indeed be there :nod:

18:38 Mum (or dad) came home with food. The kid rushed back and came in view on the left branch. And I think he made a big jump from the left branch because he seemed to fall from the sky on top of the prey. The parent sat near the camera while the chick ate.

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:hi:
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:thumbs: Mamicja
It looks like it says it. But soon we will not see it again.
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12.09 a frog from mother or father?

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Germany wants the LSE back and gets the secondborn from Poland and Latvia. Was not meant seriously now.
But there is a project in cooperation with Germany-Latvia and Poland.
Site is in german
https://www.nabu.de/news/2017/08/22864.html

with google
It is also important to note that the imported Latvian birds consider the region of the reintroduction and not the place of birth as a home. Some of the described young birds were later found as breeding birds in Germany and neighboring Poland. A male who originally came from Latvia even occupied a station within a few kilometers from the rehabilitation station. In addition to the young birds from Brandenburg, the NABU has also included eight secondary chicks from South-East Poland in the program.
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Is it the mother?

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Jujani wrote:Is it the mother?
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Jujani, I think so.

18:52 Mom arrived just before storm.
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She tried to cover eaglet, but it is to big now.
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Storm came and camera stopped
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Now the Kamera is off. It was certainly a violent storm. Hopefully the camera is not broken. Poor Eagles
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The camera is on now, but the eaglet is out of sight. It turns 8 weeks today.
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16.00h The female comes, but she brings fresh branches.
The young eagle was very angry about it.
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Look how the mother looks at her.
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I could not see what the female did. The Eaglet was there immediately.

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Hey Jujani, I can't get on the LSE website. I get some server error since yesterday afternoon. I see you visited the webcam today. How did you do it?
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:hi: Welcome Wojtek


there is another link which works: https://live.mstream.pl/uwb/cam-4923/

Currently feeding is in the nest.

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