Lesser Spotted Eagles in Poland - 2016/17

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Lesser Spotted Eagles in Poland - 2016/17

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:hi:
Lesser Spotted Eagle cam in Poland!
Female laid egg today, of 3 May
The nest is on Podlasie (eastern region of Poland).
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Cam link: http://biologia.biol-chem.uwb.edu.pl/po ... krzykliwy/
Mamicja wrote: A brief history of the nest from the web http://biologia.biol-chem.uwb.edu.pl/po ... krzykliwy/
March 31st 2016 - Mounting the camera in the LSE nest , which he occupied for at least the past 4 years. The nest is completely empty, no sign of any nestorations.
April 1st 2016 - Buzzards fly to the nest and "renovate" it.
April 7th 2016 - About 13:00 LSE appears for the first time. It turns out that it has a colored ring, that allows to know the origin of the bird. Hatched in 2012 in the Lublin region, about 100 km from the nest, which we are broadcasting. At 16:00 arrives a second bird, which throws out buzzard's nesting material. Nest regained!
April 15th 2016 - Old male returns from the wintering grounds to his feeding area and chases a young male with a ring.
April 16th 2016 - Old male brings gifts for female: frog and water shrew.
May 2nd 2016 - In the evening in the nest appears first egg!
June 10th 2016 - In the evening the female sitting on eggs is attacked by an adult WTE. Fortunately, the female was alert and managed to escape from the nest, and the white-tailed eagle was not interested in the egg.
June 12th 2016 - In the morning the chick is hatched!

BTW there is no sound 8-)
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May 4

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bielikoholik wrote::hi:
Lesser Spotted Eagle cam in Poland!
Female laid egg today, of 3 May
The nest is on Podlasie (eastern region of Poland).
Cam link: http://biologia.biol-chem.uwb.edu.pl/po ... krzykliwy/
:hi:
Thank you for the link :wave:
I tried to find out, where exactly this nest is located. It seems it is somewhere in Forest District Rudka, east of Białowieża National Park.
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Today I saw the male bringing a prey. One egg so far.
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:hi:
Still only one egg
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After 21 a night owl visited the nest.
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Fortunately for eagle nothing happened, although is looking tired.
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14:44 - Male comes with a frog. Female immediately gets up and takes it from him.
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14:50 - After the meal it is time to do some nest work.
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Male brought food for female. Female ate the frog in the nest, later is continuing sitting about.
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does send the Camera not constant? The times are not sometimes right. I hope in the egg is a chicken. The mother is not often in the nest, when I look
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We have to wait.
I always when I observe the female incubates. In Poland, the last days are very warm. Maybe that's why sometimes a bird leaves the nest. No later than 10 June should hatch a chick.
Stream is unstable, but they have to fix it.
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now the camera is over and there stands sorry, the live transference is finished :banghead:
I hope it functions again und we can see :bounce:
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The problem is probably the speed internet access. Nest is located in eastern Poland. Unfortunately, this is the region with the lowest Internet network throughout the country. The technicians try to fix the problem, it is not known how long it will last.
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8:18 - male comes with a mammal, female takes it and leaves the nest
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9:08 - female is back, bounces the male ouf of the nest and starts breeding
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BTW: Chick should hatch next week.
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Similar pattern as 2 day ago:
11:20 - delivery by the male, it is a small mammal (maybe a vole), he gives it to the female (on the right side) and she leaves the nest with the prey.
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12:13 - male sees the female flying by, gets up from the egg and flies away.
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12:16 - female back on egg.
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15:33 - female holds a frog brought by the male. She flies away for at least two hours.
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I am pleased again pictures to see. One egg = no Kainismus :loveshower:

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I do not see it mentioned here that the direct link to the stream on YouTube is
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Q73kmxMIjw
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7:28 - male brings a frog. Shift change.
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Jujani wrote: One egg = no Kainismus :loveshower:
:nod: :2thumbsup:
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Only one egg? :loveshower: Then I will watch this cam!
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the camera stands quietly :banghead:
I cannot look whether the fledgling has slipped
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