Lesser Spotted Eagles - Magnus and Maia Estonia 2019

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18.26 Again, the male with branches, makes a hole.
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Again, smarting - just metrosexual, in the rays of the sun, it seems colorful!
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Yes, both are Spotted Eagles but the behavior of LSE and GSE is very different :nod:
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18.38.44 He flew away.
Unfortunately, I have to temporarily stop monitoring. :cry:
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19:58 Female (with ring) in the nest, is moving sticks :D
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Good evening :hi:

Busy evening!

20:07
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20:17 - male without rings brought in more twigs.

When I opened the cam and saw a bird with ring I believed I was meeting Magnus for the first time, but I real in your posts that it`s a female with ring. Thank you for all your reports, everybody :wave:
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:hi: They are so beautiful!

20:11:50 female arranging branches.

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20:11:54 male in with a branch.

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Video clips about this evenings´ nest building process.

Fascinating how they "weave" the sticks, place curved branches to give the basis for roundish shape of the nest

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20:05
This nice new stick dropped/slipped down over the rim :rolleyes:

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"Oh, how could this happen?"
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20:26


20:30



After the last nest building shift at 20:30 LSEs called it a day ....
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It was an exciting day on the nest, even with less time to watch it was easy to catch one or both.
Have you seen how they immediately become "long-legged" the moment both are on the nest :mrgreen: It's nice to see in Lussi's post from 8.17. Courtship ... :whistling:
On the other hand, I wonder what will happen if Magnus should still turn up. The male has already quite settled down and invested a lot of work. Will it be like it was when "Mr Blond" turned up on Tuuli's nest before Remo returned? Watching bird nests is much more exciting than watching TV!
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22. April

Good Morning
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05:25
The male was the culprit ..... :rolleyes:

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Lots of nest building activities in the early morning.
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Good morning :hi:

Now, at 10:50, the nest is empty, so they are having a break.
These birds are early morning birds :nod: They seem to have decorated the cam a little bit also, easter decoration :D

Thank you for your reports :wave:
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12:01
A food gift for the Lady, it seems it had fur and a longish tail, some kind of mouse?
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:hi:
16:56 Female is doing some nestwork
16:58 Male brought a complicated branch, female left
17:00 Male left, female is back with a twig
17:02 Female is eating something, 17:08(?) she left
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16:58
Male with a difficult twig .... I already feared he would give the next kick to the cam or the camouflage :rolleyes:
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18:45 Male arrived with a stick, is doing nestwork and calling
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Hellem wrote: April 22nd, 2019, 6:52 pm 18:45 Male arrived with a stick, is doing nestwork and calling
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