Estonian Osprey Nest (Irma & Ivo) 2017

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Re: Estonian Osprey Nest (Irma & Ivo) 2017

Post by Liz01 » March 26th, 2018, 11:34 am

Jenny wrote:Hello Bea and all of our Osprey friends,
the weather shown in your picture is just horrible for storks and ospreys, also for other flying birds. Hopefully our Ospreys survived and arrive very soon to their nests. Every day I check the webcams but they are still offline.
I don't know the route our Ospreys are taking, but I have seen frozen storks in Bulgaria and Romania.
Hopefully after Easter the weather is getting warmer.
Wish everybody a Happy Easter
Jenny
in this week the latvian osprey cam will be online.

I hope that all migrations birds have a safe and healthy arrival on their nests. :bow:

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Post by skyhawk » March 26th, 2018, 6:10 pm

Hello everyone! :hi:
I have been watching this nest since 2015, but I heard about this forum only last year. It was very interesting to spend time with our osprey! And I'm looking forward to the start of the new season, so I can not wait for the return of lovely Irma and attentive Ivo.
However, I was very upset when I heard the latest news about the weather in Estonia. We hope that our osprey will not suffer. :bow:
Maybe there are some news from Urmas about launching cameras?

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Post by Bea » March 26th, 2018, 8:29 pm

Hello skyhawk :hi:

Great, that you found the way to the forum :gathering:

I still have no news from Urmas, no scheduled date about launching the camera.

As soon as I get something to know, I´ll post it here :nod:

Nothing helps but trying to be patient *uuuaaaahhhhh* :faint:

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Post by Polly » March 26th, 2018, 9:13 pm

:whistling:

Hello skyhawk! Welcome! :wave: Here in Germany we are also angry about the weather. Spring is coming slowly this year. :slap:

Ivo waited until migration to or with Daisi. I found the time very late. But I am inexperienced with eagle observations and really very curious what will bring us and our eagles this year. :nod:
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Post by mogga » March 27th, 2018, 3:27 pm

Bea wrote:Dear osprey fans - I need your help, please :bow:

I think to remember that one of you made a table/overview about the dates when Irma arrived/left the nest from/to migration over the years and posted it .... Sappheira, was it you? Or am I remembering wrong? I still know that I wanted to add this to the introduction posts, but I obviously forgot about this :faint:

Maybe one of you all still remembers this and can give me a hint about the post or in which timespan it was posted, I´d like to add it to this years´ introduction.

Thanks in advance! :shake:
Bea, this are the dates when Irma was last seen before migration to Africa:

2013:
23. August

2014:
21. August
viewtopic.php?p=341439#p341439 (Kisara)

2015:
19. August
viewtopic.php?p=416864#p416864 (seira)

2016:
24. August
viewtopic.php?p=495685#p495685 (Bea)

2017:
20. August
viewtopic.php?p=548292#p548292 (Cessie)

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Post by Bea » March 27th, 2018, 6:23 pm

Ahhh ... another summary, thank you, mogga! :thumbs: I will add it to introduction of the 2018 topic, too :nod:

Questions for these comparing datas are rising every year on some point of the season, so it is good to have it at hand on one place.
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Post by Janne+Ais » March 27th, 2018, 8:01 pm

And please, Bea, remind us, as soon as a new topic has been opened. :bow:

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Post by Bawet » March 28th, 2018, 10:54 am

Hello, everybody,

I saved the list of Sappheira yesterday.

2013
Irma and Ulmar; 10 days
29 April - Irma (U5) came home in the afternoon. Ilmar delivered fish and they mated.
May 09 Egg # 1 - (DJ, Kaido)

Oxana and Madis; 9 days
April 23 Piret left the nest. Madis paired with Oxana several times a day.
May 1 Oxana laid an egg.

2014
Irma and Ilmar; 9 days
17 April - Ilmar reaches the nest (first arrival 15:31)
24 April - Irma arrives in the nest and begins to attack the "Dark Beauty" (18:44).
3 May - Irma lays an egg.

2015
Irma and Joosep; 10 days
14 April - Osprey with ring J3 appears on the nest
24 April - Irma (U5) returns!
3 May - J3 is called Joosep
May 3 Egg # 1 will

May and Mikk; 9 days
April 23 - Ringed Female Osprey on the nest, white numbers on black ring 29 left ankle.
1 May - Ospreys were named May (female) and Mikk (male)
1 May Egg # 1 is laid

2016
Irma and Ivo, 13 days
April 18th - Irma (U5) is back
April 19 - Paint Osprey with Estonian ring ED left - Ivo, probably first pair experience
May 1 - Egg # 1 is

May and Mati; 8 or 9 days?
April 16 - May is back on the nest (Ring 29)
April 20th --- Osprey with barbs at (above the nest)
April 21 - Unknown Osprey above the nest
28 April - new native male Osprey is Mati
28 April - Egg # 1 is laid

2017
Ivo and 718
11 April - Ivo (ED) is back in the nest
12 April - Female Latvian Osprey (red ring with white numbers 718) arrives

Irma finally arrived on 22.4.

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Post by mogga » March 28th, 2018, 1:56 pm

Britain's osprey Maya (Rutland) has already laid her first egg. :laugh:

https://twitter.com/rutlandospreys/stat ... 4199881730

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Post by Hellem » March 28th, 2018, 6:21 pm

mogga wrote:Britain's osprey Maya (Rutland) has already laid her first egg. :laugh:
:hi: Rutland Ospreys webcamera has it's own topic:
viewtopic.php?f=26&t=562&start=500
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Post by mogga » March 28th, 2018, 10:46 pm

Oh, thanks Hellem! :hi:

Didn't know...

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Post by Cessie » March 31st, 2018, 7:02 pm

:wave: Hello Bea and Everyone!
I just watched a video from last season that dear Sappheira made of ‘our’ Osprey family! Now I’m even more antsy and nostalgic to see ‘our’ Queen Irma and King Ivo, again!
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I hope that they are on a safe and easy journey back to us and their home!!
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Post by Summi » March 31st, 2018, 9:46 pm

Good to know that many of us are already lined up at the starting grid. :wave:
Next Thursday at last it would be more than +10 at some places in Estonia.

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Post by Bawet » April 1st, 2018, 8:36 am

Happy Easter.

Maybe Ivo will take the same path as Kalle.

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http://birdmap.5dvision.ee/EN/2018/spring/one?

2017 Arrival Ivo 11.4.
2017 Arrival Kalle 10.4.


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Post by Polly » April 3rd, 2018, 8:20 pm

Solo always provides great information. I like reading it :thumbs: Unfortunately, he hasn't posted for a few days? :puzzled:
I'm not so good at this. For my understanding Kalle and Markus move on but not in a hurry.

Compared to other colleagues on the map, they stroll. :mrgreen:
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Post by Bea » April 3rd, 2018, 11:09 pm

It probably got around in osprey circles (also over a long distance) that Estonia is still covered with snow :faint:
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Post by Hellem » April 4th, 2018, 10:35 pm

:hi:
March 4th - I think that right now ospreys Kalle and Markus are crossing the Sahara desert (last data from Kalle 31.03 and from Markus 03.04)
http://birdmap.5dvision.ee/EN/

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Post by Sappheira » April 5th, 2018, 1:44 pm

Hello everybody! :hi:
Today is the 5th of April and the impatience of waiting is growing. :D


The itinerary that Markus and Kalle did from the 1st to the 4th of April.
(I indicated ve-e-e-ery roughly the distance)

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Post by Polly » April 5th, 2018, 9:09 pm

@ Sappheira, thanks for your time. :thumbs:

The gentlemen are strolling. :whistling: That's what I said. But I can understand them.
First and foremost, I hope everyone gets home safely. There are so many dangers on your journey.... no matter how long it takes.

Almost indifferent... . 8-)

Couldn't the camera still be switched online?
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Post by Galina » April 8th, 2018, 1:15 pm

Hello my dear Kalakotkas-Fans :wave: I am too very excited for the new season. I hope, all birds will arrive safe. See you

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