Estonian Osprey Nest (Marko & Miina) 2020

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Re: Estonian Osprey Nest (Marko & Miina) 2020

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Hello there! :hi: Thanks for the timestamp, Jenny! :rolleyes: It appears to be a female Blackbird (Turdus merula).

17:39. Autumn sky...
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September 15

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10:43 A short visit by jay
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Hellem wrote: September 15th, 2020, 11:02 am September 15
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10:43 A short visit by jay
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Jumping off the Marko chair, the Jay found something in the nest. :D
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20. Sept.

good Morning
beautiful morning colors
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:wave: Thank you dear sova for the wonderful pictures. It has become very quiet around the nest. Every day I take a look, but when the live cam starts to circle again I switch off.

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September 21, 2020 - 08:56

Good Morning.
A wonderful twittering comes from below the nest. This is the only visitor I could see in the nest so far.
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September 28. Hello there! :hi: 17:09. I managed to see a Jay in the nest of Marko and Miina.
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Hello Gavril, what a nice Jay.
The nest is melancholy now, but I still want to have a look once a day, I have been watching these 2 nests for years and I sort of love this cam.
I'm sure I'm not the only one.
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elisabetta-pamina wrote: September 28th, 2020, 6:50 pm Hello Gavril, what a nice Jay.
The nest is melancholy now, but I still want to have a look once a day, I have been watching these 2 nests for years and I sort of love this cam.
I'm sure I'm not the only one.
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Of course, you are not the only devoted fan of this nest. Recently, when I look into the nest, I hear the noise of machinery, shots, the voices of Tits and jays.

And I remember spring, the arrival of Marko and Miina. Everything was serene, gave hope for a great future....

And yet I dream of seeing successful breeding here in the future....Thank you to all osprey fans for participating and see you next season!
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15:56. A few minutes ago was talking out loud Jay. And now a big-eared (?) owl has spoken. 16:01. The owl's voice again. She's talking close to the microphone. :D
However, I'm not sure it's a big-eared owl.
Sometimes you can hear the melancholy voice of a bullfinch.
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September 30, 2020

:wave: Gavril and elisabetta-pamina.
Gavril, even today you can hear a lot of bird noises, mostly they sit on the cam stand. The nest is going to look like a little garden with the green gras. A beautiful autumn day.
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October 3. Hello there! :hi:
It's windy and noisy today. I think I hear the Buzzard's voice. I think it's a Buzzard. However, the voice of this bird is heard for several days in a row. 13:02. a Jay quickly flew past the nest. 13:06. A bird, probably a Buzzard, flew by on the right.
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Gavril wrote: October 3rd, 2020, 1:14 pm
:hi: Gavril
Did you see Usina is back on the bird map? :2thumbsup:
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sova wrote: October 3rd, 2020, 1:16 pm :hi: Gavril
Did you see Usina is back on the bird map? :2thumbsup:
:hi: I don't know about that. But I'm really glad she's okay! Thank You, Sova! I'm going to take a look..

Usina has had a successful breeding season. Am I right? :D
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I don't know, the partner died last spring, unfortunately ...
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Gavril wrote: October 3rd, 2020, 1:29 pm :hi: I don't know about that. But I'm really glad she's okay! Thank You, Sova! I'm going to take a look..
Usina has had a successful breeding season. Am I right? :D
:hi: Gavril,
Urmas wrote: September 2nd, 2020, 5:43 pm We know only that nest site of Usina was successful with three chicks in nest, but survey makers did not see, if female was with transmitter and rings. Breeding area is remote (Siberia), so we need to wait for network during migration and hopefully full data set since spring. Then we can see if Usina was in the same nest or somewhere else.
USINA first in Migration Map thread: viewtopic.php?p=765243#p765243

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Solo wrote: October 3rd, 2020, 7:47 pm :hi: Gavril,
USINA first in Migration Map thread: viewtopic.php?p=765243#p765243
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Thank You, Solo! I remembered reading the news about Usina from Urmas somewhere.
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October 8. In the morning, the jay flew twice, the first with an acorn in its beak, the second time flew in from the same side as it flew away :rolleyes:
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Thank you for the video, KostyaTM :thumbs:
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