Latvian Black Storks - 2016

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Re: Latvian Black Storks - 2016

Post by Solo » August 30th, 2016, 7:36 pm

Solo wrote:Btw. I hope your holiday was nice and your late Wstorklet is O.K.
Liz01 wrote:On Saturday I was at the nest. There is an information panel. One can read, that the cute Storklet is flown away :loveshower:
:loveshower: I wish him/her safe trips and long life :thumbs:

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Post by Sue » August 31st, 2016, 11:13 am

[quote="Liz01"]Zile and Ozols 2016 important events at nest

Liz :hi: , many thanks for the important events list.... If I understand well you think that the first female (who lost the battle) was our "old" Zile from the last year. Am I right? I ask because I have thought till this time that it was a unknown young female (not very experienced). And that the old Zile was not involved in this year at all :headroll: . But I know you are an excellent observer :bow: therefore I would like to know your opinion. Thanks.

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Post by Liz01 » August 31st, 2016, 5:43 pm

Liz01 wrote:Zile and Ozols 2016 important events at nest
Sue wrote: Liz :hi: , many thanks for the important events list.... If I understand well you think that the first female (who lost the battle) was our "old" Zile from the last year. Am I right? I ask because I have thought till this time that it was a unknown young female (not very experienced). And that the old Zile was not involved in this year at all :headroll: . But I know you are an excellent observer :bow: therefore I would like to know your opinion. Thanks.
Sue :hi:
you have correctly understood me.
In the beginning I thought, that the first female is young and not very experienced.
It is generally very difficult to say anything, because none of the storks has a ring.
The Zile 2016 was clearly a very young female. She had brown feathers.
It may be, that both were not Zile. But Ozols appeared with the "strange lady" very familiar. So I thought often, that it is the "old" Zile.
later, when Ozols had chicks, he was clearly in his behavior and has "the old Zile" expelled from his habitat.

Maybe next year comes a stork with ring. That would be great. :laugh:

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Post by Sue » August 31st, 2016, 8:37 pm

Liz, thanks for your explanation. It can be in this way... (I know it is difficult to tell when they have no rings :headroll: ). And we will see what brings next season to this nice nest :shake: .

Now I wish to Raivis and Raitis/Rasa a happy journey and always enough food and the same to their great parents :bow: .

And thank you very much again for all your documentation here. :2thumbsup:

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Post by Abigyl » September 2nd, 2016, 1:57 pm

Liz01 wrote: Sue :hi:
you have correctly understood me.
In the beginning I thought, that the first female is young and not very experienced.
It is generally very difficult to say anything, because none of the storks has a ring.
The Zile 2016 was clearly a very young female. She had brown feathers.
It may be, that both were not Zile. But Ozols appeared with the "strange lady" very familiar. So I thought often, that it is the "old" Zile.
later, when Ozols had chicks, he was clearly in his behavior and has "the old Zile" expelled from his habitat.

Maybe next year comes a stork with ring. That would be great. :laugh:
At the beginning, there was a time with the old Zile. I remember that I even wrote about it but then the problem with the Trio started and we lost it... we didn't really understand what was going on.
I wish that one day... it'll be possible to "ring" or put another sign on the adult birds on the nests, with a remote controlled device :thumbs:

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Post by Summi » September 3rd, 2016, 12:25 pm

Thanks to Liz for her great work and to everybody for being together in this lovely season. :hi:
Though I hate to disturb birds to have them tagged and ringed and being provided with transmitters, I start to think it's reasonable to do so in order to understand who is who, what happens during migration, who comes back, how they make pairs and how often they change partners, etc. A big THANK YOU to all the ornithologists and volunteers for their work. :bow:

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Post by Marfo » September 12th, 2016, 11:49 am

The youtube stream is in a loop again. It is stuck on 10 september.
First chick in the Latvian Golden Eagle nest hatched May 10, died July 1.

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Post by Marfo » September 13th, 2016, 3:39 pm

SEPTEMBER 13

There is a new YouTube stream
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XNvY8Zw ... freload=10

Thank you! :thumbs:
First chick in the Latvian Golden Eagle nest hatched May 10, died July 1.

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Post by Liz01 » November 4th, 2016, 9:01 am

i gues it is a white stork nest :laugh:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BvVIflEQQ38

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Post by asteria » November 4th, 2016, 11:10 am

Translation is stopped. :bash:

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Post by vainamoinen » November 4th, 2016, 2:05 pm

Liz01 wrote:i gues it is a white stork nest :laugh:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BvVIflEQQ38
Yes, so it is.

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Post by Liz01 » November 8th, 2016, 9:47 am

vainamoinen, thank you :thumbs:
snow :laugh:
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Post by Solo » November 10th, 2016, 4:05 pm

Liz01 wrote:vainamoinen, thank you ... snow ... http://up.picr.de/27376720gh.jpg
they are 2 streams from October 19 :D

Stārķa ligzda #1 @ Kokaudzētava "Zābaki" https://youtu.be/BvVIflEQQ38 (yours Liz )
deer :D (I saw them not first mal - also herd :D )
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Stārķa ligzda #2 @ Kokaudzētava "Zābaki" https://youtu.be/uh21B4WrgDw
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we have videos from Ligzdas Gariņš (today raven visit the nest: https://youtu.be/gptRaNWfAVY, or with deer https://youtu.be/O4HIInpQuAk, ...)

vainamoinen, pls, :help: Where are these nests?

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Post by lianaliesma » November 10th, 2016, 9:39 pm

Solo wrote:
vainamoinen, pls, :help: Where are these nests?
http://www.lfmezs.lv/lv/kontakti/kokaud ... i-kontakti
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Post by vainamoinen » November 10th, 2016, 10:02 pm

Kokaudzētava "Zābaki" is located near Sigulda, about 50 km from Rīga in north-east direction

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Post by Solo » November 11th, 2016, 11:47 pm

vainamoinen wrote:Kokaudzētava "Zābaki" is located near Sigulda, about 50 km from Rīga in north-east direction
vainamionen, TY :wave:

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Post by Solo » November 11th, 2016, 11:48 pm

lianaliesma wrote:... Where are these nests? ... http://www.lfmezs.lv/lv/kontakti/kokaud ... i-kontakti
lianaliesma, TY :wave:

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Post by Liz01 » March 3rd, 2017, 9:33 am

March 3

Hello Black Stork friends :laugh:
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Black Stork stream has started :loveshower: :loveshower: I'm happy!
Thank you very much :2thumbsup:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyEJ-tTSPkY

it looks very different - The cam has chanced :slap:
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Brachux wrote the cam is in the seem position. He is right. The main parent branch is broken. what a pity!

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Post by Liz01 » March 4th, 2017, 5:56 am

The big parent branch is broken. A big branch blocks the view. It all looks dangerous.
That is why Vērotāja wrote to Māra Strazda. Thank you, Vērotāja :2thumbsup:

They will go into the forest and examine the situation
Vērotāja wrote:Saņēmu vēstuli no Māra Strazda:

Iekārušos zaru svētdien mēģinās novākt, pareizāk sakot, novāks, taču ir ļoti liels risks, ka zars noies zemē ar visu ligzdu - kura šobrīd turas uz nekā - jo 1,5m no galvenā zara, kas to balstīja, ir zemē. Ja nu tas notiks, tad tur uztaisīs mākslīgo ligzdu, tam palīdzība nav vajadzīga un laiks pietiks.
I can not really translate it properly.
But I understand, however, when help is needed, they will build m a new platform :2thumbsup:
lianaliesma wrote:Super! Tieši tas, kas vajadzīgs- jauna stipra ligzda! :D
GT:
Super! That is what is needed a strong new nest! D

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Post by baska » March 4th, 2017, 11:31 pm

Hello everybody ! :wave:

Liz, that looks dangerous, you are right. :puzzled:
And a further branch from above has fallen down.

I am curious, what they will do. :unsure:
greetings from Baska

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