Black Stork Nest in Karula 2019

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mogga wrote: April 4th, 2019, 6:24 pm
Interesting things happening here on the Karl/Kati/?-nest... :unsure:
One question:
I see you are absolutely sure that the female is Kati. Why? Can someone tell me the typical characteristics?
I've put together three pictures that have been shown here as evidence.
these are tree pics of Kati :laugh: please look at her eye area
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mogga wrote: April 4th, 2019, 6:24 pm ... Interesting things happening here on the Karl/Kati/?-nest... :unsure:
One question:
I see you are absolutely sure that the female is Kati. Why? Can someone tell me the typical characteristics?
I've put together three pictures that have been shown here as evidence.
Hello, mogga :hi:

This is 3x Kati, yes.
This part is not well defined. And less dark. It looks a bit messy, if I may say so...
I hope this helps?
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I was just looking for words to explain it better. Thanks Anne, you did it well :2thumbsup:
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Liz01 wrote: April 4th, 2019, 6:49 pm I was just looking for words to explain it better. Thanks Anne, you did it well :2thumbsup:
Thanks, Liz. I had to think about how to say (show) it too.
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Now she is waiting for her Karl :innocent:

BTW: she said no word at her arrival :whistling:
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Thanks Liz + Anne!
Yes, that looks really flashy. :whistling: :laugh:
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mogga wrote: April 4th, 2019, 6:54 pm Thanks Liz + Anne!
Yes, that looks really flashy. :whistling: :laugh:

mogga, you're welcome. where are our ospreys.. are you ready :mrgreen:
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18:59 she yawns :D
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Liz01 wrote: April 4th, 2019, 6:53 pm Now she is waiting for her Karl :innocent :
BTW: she said no word at her arrival :whistling:
Liz01 wrote: April 4th, 2019, 7:00 pm 18:59 she yawns : D
A young lover might be a little tiring. Maybe she has had a little too much amorous attention, this morning ... :mrgreen:
mogga wrote: April 4th, 2019, 6:54 pm Thanks Liz + Anne!
Yes, that looks really flashy. :whistling: :laugh:
Hmmm, flashy... OK! :D
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Anne7 wrote: April 4th, 2019, 7:03 pm A young lover might be a little tiring? Maybe she has had a little too much amorous attention, this morning ... :mrgreen:
...
:rotf:

I would never have come home.

EDIT: But I did not mean that. I mean that females do not sing when they come to the nest (and nobody is in the nest)
When the male is there, they greet each other.
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Liz01 wrote: April 4th, 2019, 6:55 pm mogga, you're welcome. where are our ospreys.. are you ready :mrgreen:
Unfortunately I won't have so much time for Irma and Ivo this year, Liz, but of course I'll stop by from time to time... :D
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Liz01 wrote: April 4th, 2019, 7:04 pm :rotf:
I would never have come home.
EDIT: But I did not mean that. I mean that females do not sing when they come to the nest (and nobody is in the nest) When the male is there, they greet each other.
I know, I know.
Nevertheless, our good old Kati looks rather tired, at the moment. :D

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19:23 Male comes home
18:24 he settles down
Kati looks at him as if he's an alien :mrgreen:
19:25 ähmmm Kati settles down :puzzled: or he ?

first Kati then he? I have to rewind

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18:24 Kati settles down in the nest
Male is irritated :rolleyes:
19:25 Kati gets up and male settles in the nest
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Liz01 wrote: April 4th, 2019, 7:24 pm 19:23 Male comes home
18:24 Kati settles down in the nest
Male is irritated :rolleyes:
19:25 Kati gets up and male settles in the nest
Thanks, Liz

19:23 The male arrives
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18:24 Kati lies down
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"What's wrong with you, Lady?" (The male reminds me of Clark Gable :mrgreen: )
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19:25 The male remains friendly and lies down
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Kati preens her New Mate
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Both are preening :mrgreen:
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19:53 The male has mating thoughts
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19:53 Kati yawns demonstratively :D
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19:57 The acrobat... :mrgreen:
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KARL

04.04.2019 they aren't new data (birdmap) - last data: 29.03.2019
viewtopic.php?p=640198#p640195
Urmas wrote: April 3rd, 2019, 6:59 am Data about Karl stopped in 29th of March AM, in Syria. Nothing suspicious in last data, but no more data.
expected arrival 2019: plus/minus April 13 (probably)

situation previous years 9 day before arrival

08.04.2018 - 12:35 Karl arrived at the nest:
30.03.2018: Turkey, East Thrace (located in Europe) - 5365 km, viewtopic.php?p=571674#p571674

04.04.20017 Karl arrived at the nest at 10.37:
26.3.2017: "crossed already to Europe" - viewtopic.php?p=517559#p517559


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April 5

Good Morning all :hi:

Solo, :laugh: you're welcome! Thanks for Karl's update. :2thumbsup:

5:51 It's still dark in the Karula Park. Both are preening.
6:05 Now it is light enough. I can see both. They had their first mating at dawn.

6:19 Kati is preening the male
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6:26 mating ... Nobody said a word :laugh:
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6:33 Kati went on the curved branch. Male settles down in the nest
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6:37 Male gets up
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