Latvian WtE nest webcamera Juras-erglis Durbe 2022

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6:51 crows started calling... Voldis flew in. he called.
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then he looked around... and dug the nest.
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then Milda called kaa-kaa-ka nearby. Voldis called more.
then he just stood and looked around...
he was kind enough to show his both profiles.
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Voldis looked around...
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the arrival and stay.
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6:58 Voldis flew out.
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then both called nearby. they had a long talk.
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that was all this morning.

edit: a wasp flew over the nest. this was not the only time. they live somewhere near.


later in the afternoon i saw two dragonflies but i can't remember when. :slap:
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13:51 a little bird with dark grey back and red on the tail.
a male redstart (Phoenicurus phoenicurus)?
he should have a light stripe over the forehead but it's not visible here.
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the whole underside was red.
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he was shaking his tail a little like redstarts do.
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13:55 a little bird on the back of the nest. i think it was the redstart again.
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14:02 again the same little bird, the redstart. this time the shaking of the tail was very typical of the redstart. :laugh:


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there has been a lot of engine noise from the racing track. those who are sober enough have been practising there. :mrgreen: :whistling:

tree frogs were singing like crazy in the evening and night.
23:37 a deer barked.


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June 26

good morning!

after 2 am some voices talked over the loudspeakers.
they didn't play music tonight. there was something but not loud.
there were people at the racing track. still! :slap:
this kind of noise always makes me wonder how many people there are. not necessarily very many. with loudspeakers they sound like a crowd.

there were also a lot of micro-breaks in the stream till 3:25 when the stream stabilized like by magic.
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5:46 a little bird flew to the lower right branch and sang a verse: a chiffchaff. :rolleyes:
then the bird flew to the branch left of the poop branch and sang more. then he flew away.
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7:44 a young great spotted woodpecker came to the back of the nest. the whole top of the head is red. :laugh:
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7:47 the woodpecker came to inspect the camera. :laugh:
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"this is weird"
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knock-knock!

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"knocking didn't work. how does this open?"
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the first visit of the young great spotted woodpecker. :laugh:
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7:51 the woodpecker came back to the nest..
and down to lower right branches. she is working hard. she has to learn to earn her own living. :D
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11:41 a blue tit collecting feathers. :whistling:
voices of more than one blue tit. :rolleyes:
then one blue tit on the right branches... to the top branches... to the top.
then back to the top branches.
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no-one has noticed anything special.

22:46:49 a woodcock flew by visibly in the top right corner and called. :thumbs:
the woodcock was visible in 6 frames and two of them contained 2 images of it. :laugh:
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June 27

good morning!

Jupiter was visible in the eastern sky after 2 am.
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the Moon rose about an hour later in NE.
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4:30:52 a bird flew to the top. then a song thrush began to sing. :rolleyes:


he sang till 4:52 and continued elsewhere.
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5:31 the song thrush began singing very near. probably he flew back to our top.
6:25:04 he flew down to the nest. :headroll:
he went down to the right side and began singing near the microphone. :laugh:
then he went to the right branch and sang some more.
6:27:40 he flew away to the spruces on the right and continued there.
after the song thrush flew away there was a voice which sounded like pygmy owl's whistles. :puzzled:
the song thrush continued singing farther.
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no-one else but the song thrush has been here.
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