Latvian WtE nest webcamera Juras-erglis Durbe 2021

White-tailed eagles in Latvia

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thanks for reporting to everyone! :2thumbsup:

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Jan 14

good morning!
edit: aha, Liz got here first while i was struggling with log-in. :laugh:

7:29 the camera started.
8:08 a pygmy owl called.


8:46 a fieldfare was talking near the nest.
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edit: i read about this in the YT chat. i didn't hear live.
12:20 a big bird landed on the top.
12:23 Raimis flew away from the top.
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12:32 Raimis! he landed first on the top branch.
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he didn't bring anything.
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he started work.
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working with the birch twig...
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the dark spots in the tips of his tail were well visible against the snow.
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not for long work... The Boss is missing. 8-)
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12:41 Raimis picked up a treasure from under the snow: his cone. :mrgreen:
he seemed to know where exactly the cone was. :D
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Raimis was waiting but The Boss did not come....
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13:20 Raimis flew away.
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Liz01 wrote: January 14th, 2021, 9:24 am thanks for reporting to everyone! :2thumbsup:

If someone has problems logging into the LK, they have to delete the LK cookies :D
hi :hi:
i had problems with this but deleting my lk cookies didn't help. what i did was go on my emails to find old messages from looduskalender (notfications of private messages, etc.) and followed a link to a private msg. - this way permitted my log-in (strangely :mrgreen: ) i'm a bit dinosaur re: tech... but this way worked for me, in case anyone finds it helps
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beautiful weather!
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15:45:16 a rustle. maybe falling snow. i didn't see anything.

:innocent:
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16:14:10 a raven flew high over the meadow and over the nest tree.
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he called all the way.
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17:27 the camera went to sleep.
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I was able to log in through another browser, although it is based on chromium. Through Google chrome, I can't come in.
At 10:21 a flock of invisible birds flew.
Whose votes are at 11:00 and 11:27?
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Problem to enter the forum. What happened?
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 15th 2021

WOW! It was hard... Today looks better with LK :thumbs:
I learned that deleting cookies on Chrom is a little complicated when you have too many on your screen...

08:36 Nest is brown & white...

I can see flying small pieces in the air :thumbs:
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Post by ame »

good morning!

7:29 the camera started.

8:30 a bird's voice from near the microphone. this sounded very familiar to me but i can't figure out what bird it was. a crossbill? :help:


Florinda, we don't know (or at least i don't know) why the forum was hard to reach yesterday. Liz found out that deleting cookies helped. for me it helped. i worked with two computers with two different browsers and i needed to delete the cookies on both before i could log in. someone wrote yesterday that deleting Looduskalender cookies was enough. i deleted all. 8-)
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For me all is working well now.
I checked very late last night, and it didn't.
Thanks to the one who helped us :thumbs:
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Post by ame »

Sonchik wrote: January 14th, 2021, 8:29 pm ...
At 10:21 a flock of invisible birds flew.
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they were mute swans. the their wings made music. :D

Sonchik wrote: January 14th, 2021, 8:29 pm ...
Whose votes are at 11:00 and 11:27?
11:00 i think this was a jay. it is at least 10 times more probable to hear a jay making this kind of voice here than a buzzard.


11:26 onward a nuthatch was talking nearby for about 5 min.
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:innocent:
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9:43 soft footsteps...
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Hello everybody! Today I went to the forum without any problems. No cookie deletion was required. :loveshower:
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It is a very frosty day, so the sun pillar is visible.
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