I admired it, too!
Mika flew away as well, holding the fish with one paw.
I admired it, too!
Good - that sounds much better. I hope, however, Mika is not like me: When I was little and had snatched something somebody else wanted, too, and the other person started running after me, unfailingly I would shriek and let the whatever it was thing drop, so that the other person wouldn't hunt me any longer I sure hope Mika does not drop the fish to avoid Rika chasing him!Sonchik wrote: ↑August 15th, 2019, 8:37 pmSpeaking of fear, I don't mean horror.
Remember your childhood. Did you play catch-up or hide-and-seek? Were you a little scared when you were caught up or found? Perhaps you even screamed?
That's the kind of fear I mean. Venturesome.
Mika showed her courage more than once. She no longer feels real fear. Perhaps, in childhood was.
Great pics - those wings, fantastic!
Today we saw how well Mika handles the food on the branches (and how she screams). I believe she very rarely drops the fish.Ajeta wrote: ↑August 15th, 2019, 9:55 pmGreat pics - those wings, fantastic!
From the sounds following after this scene, I would have hope that he was able to enjoy the fish, or at least a good part of it. Rika was heard, at least I thought so, for a long time in search mode. Also I had the impression that he got away very fast, his sounds faded quickly. But of course, that's all speculation. Such a pity we never know what exactly happens when we hear all those sounds and let our minds run wild with visions
what time is this?
After 5:31, conversations began.ame wrote: ↑August 16th, 2019, 9:46 am5:27 mega2 heard the first eaglet's calls.
5:28 the parents sang far. then again an eaglet caller closer.
5:58 Miks flew closer crying on his way. at the same time an interesting bird's voice near the nest.
6:01 Miks called near and Rika at a larger distance.
to me it seemed that the bird who flew away was a wood pigeon.