Golden Eagle Webcam Nest 2020

A webcam on a Golden Eagle Nest in Soomaa region
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16:54 She is sleeping while standing :innocent:
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Still standing "high" over her egg, snoozing now
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Going down to make physical contact with her egg again.
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Liz01 wrote: March 12th, 2020, 4:58 pm ...
Later, when die eaglets are there, but not yest!
I do not understand... :puzzled: Maybe «when the eaglets are there»?
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Tatyana wrote: March 12th, 2020, 5:14 pm I do not understand... :puzzled: Maybe «when the eaglets are there»?
Tatyana, don't worry
A fully-grown golden eagle requires about 230 to 250 g (8.1 to 8.8 oz) of food per day. In the life of most eagles, there are cycles of feast and famine, and eagles have been known to go without food for up to a week. Following these periods without food, they will then gorge on up to 900 g (2.0 lb) at one sitting..
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Liz01 wrote: March 12th, 2020, 5:15 pm Tatyana, don't worry
A fully-grown golden eagle requires about 230 to 250 g (8.1 to 8.8 oz) of food per day. In the life of most eagles, there are cycles of feast and famine, and eagles have been known to go without food for up to a week. Following these periods without food, they will then gorge on up to 900 g (2.0 lb) at one sitting..
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Thanks for the information! :D
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17:15
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17:19 she is sleeping and head up again
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Tatjana :thumbs:
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Rain again! :rant:
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It rains, Helju is dozing off
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Good night everyone :wave:
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Tatyana wrote: March 12th, 2020, 5:14 pm I do not understand... :puzzled: Maybe «when the eaglets are there»?
I think Liz put in a little Germglish there. Unfortunately German article "die" (the) has a different meaning in English.
Granted, it startled me on first read as well. :puzzled: :mrgreen:
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pazi wrote: March 12th, 2020, 5:37 pm I think Liz put in a little Germglish there. Unfortunately German article "die" (the) has a different meaning in English.
Granted, it startled me on first read as well. :puzzled: :mrgreen:
I don't understand what's wrong with my post?

ok... if the eaglets are there. GT is not always correct

EDIT: I thought we wouldn't correct anyone if he didn't write English correctly. Many make mistakes.

the weather forecast:
https://www.yr.no/place/Estonia/Viljand ... ahvuspark/
It will rain for a few hours.
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Liz01 wrote: March 12th, 2020, 5:43 pm EDIT: I thought we wouldn't correct anyone if he didn't write English correctly. Many make mistakes.
It wasn't about correcting, it was about not completely understanding what you meant.
I did though, then again I speak both German and English, but clearly some confusion was caused. Just clarifying a typo, is all.
Let's carry on.
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Liz01 wrote: March 12th, 2020, 5:43 pm I don't understand what's wrong with my post?
Liz01! :bow: I beg you to excuse me - this is my carelessness and laziness. I connected the auto-translator and the phrase was translated into Russian as "the eaglets will die." Now I will read the posts myself and put more effort into the translation without using the auto-translator! :book:
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19:00 Heavy rain and storm :slap:
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Tatyana wrote: March 12th, 2020, 6:35 pm ......Now I will read the posts myself and put more effort into the translation without using the auto-translator! :book:
Same for me. :laugh: I didn't pay attention to what GT translates. I usually have it translated, then I check it the other way round. So the English into German and then again German into English. When I'm in a hurry, I make mistakes :slap:

See you tomorrow :wave:
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March 13

Good Morning! :hi:

6:25 the camera is still sleeping. I hope Helju has weathered the stormy night well.
6:34 good morning Helju :D
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6:44 the stream stopped
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:wave: Good morning, Liz01.
She is beautiful. What does her name “Helju”, mean in English? If you know.
I know that the male’s name means rock or stone. :D
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Cessie wrote: March 13th, 2020, 7:32 am :wave: Good morning, Liz01.
She is beautiful. What does her name “Helju”, mean in English? If you know.
I know that the male’s name means rock or stone. :D
Cessie :wave:
Helju doesnt mean directly anything in estonian, but a word "heli" means sound or voice.
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Hello all!

Kalju means rock
Helju is maybe from word heljuda - hover.
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Crissy and Juta, thank you. :D
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