Latvian Black Storks - 2016

Black Stork nests in Latvia
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BS is back :loveshower:

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16:23 flew away
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BS ist back. The stream is very bad!! :banghead: :bash:
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I am so very happy

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And now let us see: if this stork doesn't stay here for night, it is not the host of the nest.
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18:56:55 BS arrives :loveshower:
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Unfortunately, there is sound and pictures totally asynchronously :slap:
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Liz, I can hear your heart beating :loveshower:
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Abigyl wrote:Liz, I can hear your heart beating :loveshower:
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male and female tawny owl sings nice :loveshower:
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Liz01 wrote:15:47 BS has arrived
Ohhhh ... So wonderful! This is the message of the day! I'm very happy! :loveshower: :loveshower: :loveshower:

Welcome back in your homeland, dear Black Stork!

Asteria :hi: , the stork is still in the nest, it's already getting dark. So if you're right, we have the nest owner here.
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19:10 Blackbeard

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19:18 Tawny owl (?) is making terrifying noises :shock:
or what is it??
First chick in the Latvian Golden Eagle nest hatched May 10, died July 1.
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Tawny owl sounds are really adorable, but the stork seems to be very upset...?
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19:16 Do you hear the bloodcurdling screams there at the nest? :shock:
I'm not sure ... Was one of the screams from the stork?

Edit: The stork was calling and calling ... for at least two minutes ... Something must have happened in the forest. Tawny owl was calling very loud.
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BS defends the nest against a tawny owl :laugh:




the tawny owl is near.
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Liz and all :hi: :loveshower: :loveshower: :loveshower:
at home this night
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ohh, it's the Stork...my goodness! Makes your hair stand up!
First chick in the Latvian Golden Eagle nest hatched May 10, died July 1.
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Solo :loveshower:

the tawny owl further away. :laugh:
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Marfo wrote:ohh, it's the Stork...my goodness! Makes your hair stand up!
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It might be a couple who started a nest with eggs and was surprised by the owner.
Because this is not a normal call.
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Abigyl wrote:It might be a couple who started a nest with eggs and was surprised by the owner.
Because this is not a normal call.
it may be, that they have their nest in this oak? :puzzled:
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