Estonian Osprey Nest (Ivo & Iiris) 2019

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mogga wrote: September 17th, 2019, 2:37 pm Just a few impressions.
Ahhahaha! Ivo's beakplant is the perfect title image for the video! I was lucky enough to see it live as it happened, seeing it again is always just as funny.
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mogga, thank you very much for the video :2thumbsup:

And thanks to all for their kind words and greetings :wave:
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mogga wrote: September 17th, 2019, 2:37 pm °°°
:hi:
A very small summary of the 2019 season. Absolutely incomplete and very randomly compiled.
Just a few impressions.

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Great summary, thank you very much mogga! :thumbs: :wave:

Iiris was still so helpless and a bit clumsy with her first egg and developed herself to such a careful and devoted young osprey Mommy- just amazing.
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September 21

Resumed broadcasting from the nest. I don’t see it on YouTube, but you can watch it here: https://tv.eenet.ee/kalakotkas2.html.

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On the YouTube broadcasting also recovered: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BRTvfmTCHBk
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12:49 The arrival of many guests in the nest

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Great !! Thank you, ExpertOfNothing :thumbs:
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ExpertOfNothing :2thumbsup:
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ExpertOfNothing wrote: September 21st, 2019, 1:12 pm 12:49 The arrival of many guests in the nest

:2thumbsup:

Lots of Starlings...

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:wave: Nice video, thank you!

In addition, juvenile starlings, they have a brighter plumage and dark beaks.
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Hello to all! Golden autumn, wind and raven! :wave:
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2. October

Today is a raven day :D

First raven visits at 12:30, looking for good finds on the nest ;)


Next raven (another one or the one from before?) arrives at 13:19 and it brings a snack with it.
Looks like a piece of bread that it found somewhere.
So interesting to see how it picks up the two pieces of it with its beak, after it has broken it before.
Of course the raven didn´t want to leave something on the nest :D


Third raven visit at 15:22 - one more nest control :laugh:
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olgapyat, Bea, thank you! :D Very smart nest inspectors and what a shiny, black suit they wear! :thumbs:
And such an interesting raven talk :laugh:

Beautiful autumn scenery, as well.
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October 9
14.48 - inspection
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Estonian Osprey Nest (Ivo & Iiris) 2019

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aare wrote: November 16th, 2019, 8:03 am Estonian Osprey Nest (Ivo & Iiris) 2019
thank you very much aare for sharing your video with us :thumbs:

souvenirs, souvenirs... i hope that all of the five are fine :2thumbsup:
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aare, your video of the season in review, is wonderful!! Perfect! :thumbs:
Thank you so much for sharing it with us!
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Thank you very much for the video, a great and wonderful summary of the events in the nest last year. :loveshower:
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@ Mogga - I just saw your impressions video for the first time, thank you a lot!

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I video of Finnish Ospreys - and fishing a huge pike. They say that an osprey can catch a fish of half of its own weight. I hope you can open the video: https://areena.yle.fi/1-2185446?seek=17 ... 5157-W1W_4
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Owlie, :wave:

If the Ospreys spotted a possible prey, he plunges with spread wide, unerringly in the final straight forward catch down at her. Not infrequently, he is wholly immersed in the water, but then rises instantly and effortlessly back into the air. Although it weighs only 1.5 kg, it is able to capture fish weight of 2 kilograms and carry off in order to eat at a convenient location at the waters edge.

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