Beaver Camera on Saaremaa 2017

Camera installed on Saaremaa by the Estonian State Forest Management Centre RMK
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Beaver Camera on Saaremaa 2017

Post by juta » April 19th, 2017, 10:44 pm

Through this camera we hopefully will see the life of beavers.
There is visible beaver´s lodge(home) on background, where just now should live pregnant female, male and some last year´s offsprings(kits).


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Post by juta » April 19th, 2017, 10:44 pm

List of birds species by Hagnat

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Alphabetical list of 99 from April 19 - June 20 on this cam observed species of bird. Only with certainty identified species. Most of them only heard.

* Barn swallow, Barnacle goose, Bearded reedling, Black-headed gull, Black-tailed godwit, Black woodpecker, Blackbird, Blackcap, Blue tit, Brambling, Brent goose, Bullfinch, Buzzard
* Canada goose, Chaffinch, Chiffchaff, Coal tit, Collared dove, Common gull, Coot, Cormorant, Corn crake, Crane, Cuckoo, Curlew
* Dunnock
* Goldfinch, Greenfinch,
* Fieldfare
* Gadwall, Garden warbler, Garganey, Goldcrest, Goldeneye, Great spotted woodpecker, Great tit, Greater white-fronted goose, Green sandpiper, Greenshank, Grey-headed woodpecker, Grey heron, Greylag goose
* Hawfinch, Herring gull, Hooded crow, House martin
* Icterine warbler
* Jay
* Kingfisher
* Lapwing, Lesser spotted woodpecker, Lesser whitethroat, Linnet, Long-tailed tit
* Mallard, Marsh warbler, Meadow pipit, Merganser, Mistle thrush, Mute swan
* Nightjar
* Parrot crossbill, Pied flycatcher, Pygmy owl
* Raven, Red crossbill, Red-breasted flycatcher, Redpoll, Redshank, Redwing, Robin, Rosefinch
* Sandwich tern, Savi's warbler, Shelduck, Shoveler, Siskin, Skylark, Snipe, Song thrush, Spotted nutcracker, Starling, Swift,
* Tawny owl, Teal, Thrush nightingale, Tree pipit, Treecreeper,
* Whimbrel, Whinchat, White tailed eagle, Whitethroat, White wagtail, Woodcock, Wood pigeon, Whooper swan, Willow tit, Willow warbler, Woodlark
* Yellowhammer

In addition 12 uncertain species and 5 unknown.
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Post by juta » April 19th, 2017, 11:10 pm

Earlier I saw there roe-deer walking near the lodge.
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Post by guest » April 20th, 2017, 2:02 am

:hi:
video 0:28 hears mouse...
00:23 2 duck and forest owls votes:

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tawny owl catch a mouse :vangry:


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Post by Bea » April 20th, 2017, 11:53 am

I had the cam open last night and was focussed on the sounds only, as my eyes already were too tired to observe .... and only the sounds are incredible ... ducks were quacking, tawny owl calling, dog barking, some water splashing from whom? - when the ducks were swimming close to the cam one could think that a big boat was ploughing the water .... absolutely interesting that all :D
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Post by Marfo » April 20th, 2017, 1:17 pm

I agree, Bea, It is a great cam if only for the sounds. It reminds me of the Great Bittern cam which hopefully will run also this year.
The infrared is also very nice!

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Post by juta » April 21st, 2017, 12:44 pm

Now there is article in English

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Post by Hagnat » April 21st, 2017, 4:30 pm

April 21

~16:25 Sound of a Moor frog (Rana arvalis)


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Post by Hagnat » April 21st, 2017, 9:26 pm

Marfo wrote:I agree, Bea, It is a great cam if only for the sounds. It reminds me of the Great Bittern cam which hopefully will run also this year.
The infrared is also very nice!
Composition and quality of the view of this cam are beautiful, also at night, but the sound disappoints me. That most of the birds are far away is what it is, but the cheap microphone makes it worse. The mike is also very exposed to the wind.
A cam with not much visible activity needs a good sound to keep me attached to it.


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Post by Hagnat » April 22nd, 2017, 6:46 am

Biker wrote:00:16 kind of bat flew by
without sound (because slowmotion)
Nice catch. I have seen several bats (or several times the same).
And in the dark not only calling Moor frogs (Rana arvalis) but also Common toads (Bufo bufo).

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Post by Solo » April 22nd, 2017, 8:33 am

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Post by Biker » April 22nd, 2017, 11:15 am

Hagnat wrote:....
And in the dark not only calling Moor frogs (Rana arvalis) but also Common toads (Bufo bufo).
yes, Common toad i've seen
Bufo bufo to hear and 23:59:30 beaver, splash of its trowel.

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Post by Hagnat » April 22nd, 2017, 12:06 pm

Biker wrote:yes, Common toad i've seen. Bufo bufo to hear and 23:59:30 beaver, splash of its trowel.
The soft 'whoop' in the background is Moor frog. Sometimes one was also very close.

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Post by asteria » April 22nd, 2017, 8:49 pm

20.48 A very beautiful gold sunset.

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Post by IceAge » April 22nd, 2017, 8:53 pm

asteria, really beautiful.

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Post by yonge » April 23rd, 2017, 9:27 pm

What a beautiful place to watch! Thanks for sharing the cam!
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