ame wrote:there is another eagle somewhere! some eagle sang a little but this one in the picture didn't sing. the singer wasn't very far either, i think. it was so loud.[/color]
Jo UK wrote:I think I heard two eagle voices, and according to the direction of gaze of the resident eagle, they must be to the right - - -
ame wrote:now you managed to find the singing eagles, Jo! - i can't make a decent snapshot of them, they were so well hidden...
... the other eagle took off.
ame wrote:i think i saw a white spot flying away from the trees in the closer end of Long Island.
- yes, i think the eagle who sat there all afternoon has finally left.
it looks rather gloomy and the wind has begun to sound hard. it's coming from the North now. it's getting colder...
ame wrote:at about 14.47: wow i saw an eagle fly over the meadow towards the camera with its white tail shining bright in the sun but then it vanished! ....
edit: at 14.52 some rough eagle calls, nearly like coughing, not a proper song.
maybe it landed somewhere on the Left Bank? or on Long Island? the voice did not come from very far....
ame wrote:at 15.19 some distant eagle calls.
edit: at 15.37 some more eagle coughing...
edit 2nd time: at 15.53 some more eagle calls, just a few.
edit 3rd time: at 16.01 some black woodpecker's calls, quite many.
[i][color=#FF8000][at 16.53][/color][/i] Lussi05 wrote:My first eagle today, a young one:
Kitty KCMO wrote:Evening eagle. [posted at 16.27]
the young eagle sat on the same tree top at least till 17.06.
ame wrote:at 17.18 some eagle calls while ravens keep on working with bones and skins.
ame wrote:at 17.48 some more eagle calls and then some rather big bird flew over. it was maybe an eagle. then again some eagle calls which weren't quite eagle-singing. maybe it was a young eagle who cannot quite sing properly in adult fashion.
at about 10-15 minutes past 6 pm birds flew away from the ground. during the day at least two young and two adult eagles were seen on March 3rd. the eagles stayed at such a great distance that even though some of them had rings it would have been very difficult to see them. after dark:
ame wrote:it's still daylight and so ravens and crows go on working at 17.14.
the only eagle that was seen at the feeding ground on March 4th was an adult who sat in trees in the morning but did not land at all. after dark:
raccoon dogs came to look for food.
Kitty KCMO wrote:
later at night:
Kitty KCMO wrote:
Here is the video-- You can see the pair run the interloper around behind the trees on Long Island & see them tumbling around back there, although they are far away & it is hard to tell what exactly is going on. But they certainly are LOUD!