Latvian Lesser Spotted Eagles Camera 1 - ? - 2016

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wow, great that the nest is repaired :thumbs:
when the eagles will nest again they will probably complete the nest with new branches. You think too?

..someone know there is a archive from this webcam?
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Fleur wrote:..someone know there is a archive from this webcam?
There is or was an archive but as far as I know not public.
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ok, thank you
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July 18 http://live.ls.lv/mazaiserglis1/index.html

Three juvenile Blackbirds ransacking the nest
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12:25 Hagnat, do you know what bird has been calling for at least half an hour now?
It sounds like a boy who is trying to whistle but hasn't got the hang of it yet.
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Marfo wrote:12:25 Hagnat, do you know what bird has been calling for at least half an hour now?
It sounds like a boy who is trying to whistle but hasn't got the hang of it yet.
I think you mean the Golden Oriole. It is not always so beautiful.
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Marfo wrote:12:25 Hagnat, do you know what bird has been calling for at least half an hour now?
It sounds like a boy who is trying to whistle but hasn't got the hang of it yet.
Hagnat wrote:I think you mean the Golden Oriole. It is not always so beautiful.
Really?? I just heard the Oriole for a few seconds but this is really different.
Well, if you say so....you're the expert... :bow:
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Of course I can not be sure that we are talking about the same sound, but I meant this http://www.xeno-canto.org/327282
A call probably more common than the well known whistling.
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No, that is not what I meant, I know that scratchy Oriole call. It was just a soft 'whistle', like when you try to whistle after eating a dry biscuit, one note at a time, not melodious at all. Pity the bird has stopped now. Maybe he'll come back.
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Must be something normal, otherwise I would have noticed it. To me keeping an ear on a cam mainly means 'ignoring' the usual.
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Hagnat wrote:Must be something normal, otherwise I would have noticed it. To me keeping an ear on a cam mainly means 'ignoring' the usual.
I understand. But 'normal' is relative. It depends on what you are used to and where you live. I noticed it (now I hear him again 13:36) because I haven't heard it a lot. So was the Bull Finch new to me on the WTE cam last year. It doesn't live where I grew up.
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11:53 I hear that bird again. Now it sounds more like a 'cry' than a soft whistle.
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Marfo wrote:11:53 I hear that bird again. Now it sounds more like a 'cry' than a soft whistle.
I haven't hear it because most of the time I have the sound of the other Lse cam on.
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15:55 Woodpecker(?) attacking the microphone! Such a noise, he may demolish it…
15:59 he stopped. It sounds as if the microphone is still working.

16:01 Treecreeper. Maybe it was him.
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Yes, Treecreeper Certhia familiaris
Around 13:45 a juvenile Great spotted woodpecker was on the nest en on the camera
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July 22 http://live.ls.lv/mazaiserglis1/index.html

06:20 A very close singing Golden Oriole

07:22 Calling eagle not far away. 07:30 again but farther away

11:25 Eagle calls not far away.
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July 27

At 16:10 Terrible noise of a falling tree nearby. There is hardly any wind.
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August 1 http://live.ls.lv/mazaiserglis1/index.html

09:20 Distant eagle calls.
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August 4

Juvenile Song thrush
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Minutes earlier there were three juvenile Robins on the nest and a Great tit.
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August 5

12:05 Distant eagle calls
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