Eagles' Winter Feeding Ground ~ Nov 2009 - Mar 2010

Webcams of eagles feeding during winter time
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Re: Winter Feeding Ground Webcam November '09

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alice44 wrote:Sometimes I wish I did not have to sleep and do stuff :slap:
I agree, Alice.
Isn't it awful when real life gets in the way? :rant:
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An exciting day then..Mr. Fox and Ms. ? Golden Eagle. :thumbs:
And I do hope Renno was well wrapped against the cold.!! 8-)
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Good Morning
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Thursday 4 March


7:37
Seems very quiet and just a bit of ribcage showing, but I think I just heard the sound of wings beating so maybe someone will be here soon.
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Good morning! :wave:
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Here was angry fight between ravens...
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I saw a buzzard here...
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A fox! First I saw one fox but later came another fox too...
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wow how lovely fox couple :rolleyes:

16.02 not much left from that poor deer, no birds, no foxes...just snowing again :shock:
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Oh, Mutikluti! Did you see that just now?? So wonderful.
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I 'm a real egghead! Again posted at the wrong site. Sorry!!!
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jopie wrote:Oh, Mutikluti! Did you see that just now?? So wonderful.
The foxes, I mean.
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Friday 5 March
Good Morning

The field is empty even the ribcage is gone.

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Foxes took it away I guess.
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It looks very pretty this morning.

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What do you think? Is it risky stop feeding the eaglae now? I am thinking of Linda and her boyfriend Sulev who is sitting waiting in the nest.
I hope they have new food again tomorrow :rolleyes:
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there's nobody there as the food has gone away... but it certainly is a beautiful day here with sparkling snow diamonds. :rolleyes:
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there's one lonely magpie picking at something, and now it decided to walk away.
i hear magpies brawling outside the view... there are also raven calls...

there was some big dark bird flying across the view few times but i couldn't make heads or tails of what it was. :puzzled:
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oliv wrote:What do you think? Is it risky stop feeding the eaglae now? I am thinking of Linda and her boyfriend Sulev who is sitting waiting in the nest.
I hope they have new food again tomorrow :rolleyes:

On 2nd March, Renno posted this -

we found this road killed roe deer yesterday close to Märjamaa. we will continue the feeding up to 10th to 15th of March beacause spring is coming
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Jo UK wrote:
On 2nd March, Renno posted this -

we found this road killed roe deer yesterday close to Märjamaa. we will continue the feeding up to 10th to 15th of March beacause spring is coming
I saw that message too, but I am a bit worried 8-)
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