Black Stork Nest 2, Jan and Janika, 2021

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6:44 Jan came home with a bunch dry moss
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three are begging- he brought a huge fish

Jan didn't notice that the little one is not doing well. That was expectable
he is standing on the legs from Benjamin
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6:52 poor Benjamin. one of the siblings is standing on his head. Benjamin kicks his legs
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7:06 Jan is still in the nest
it's hard to see how long it's been suffering-
I feel sick

7:10 Benjamin is lying in the foreground . He is still breathing
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7:17 storklets are sleeping. Jan is guardian them
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7:21 big fish is regurgitate again
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Fish is eaten
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7:23 poor Benjamin, he wants, but he can't get up! :cry: Benjamin is still strong
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Benjamin's left wing is without function
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7:37 He is looking for his Benjamin
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7:51 he tries again and again
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7:53 Jan has to go.. Storklets are begging
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Hello everyone :hi:

I feel very sorry for our little Benjamin - our big fighter

OVERVIEW 10.07.2021 https://www.looduskalender.ee/forum/vie ... 04#p814204

I gradually add data during the day

OVERVIEW 11.07.2021

- the youngest chick is still alive
- 06:44:36 Jan in (with moss - red "straw" - and one big fish)
1/ 06.45 FEEDING by Jan -Jan ate it back
1B/ 06.50 feeding by Jan - again the fish (and again back)
1C/ 07.21 feeding by Jan - again that fish, one chick swallowed it, the other two ate more pieces
- chicks alone: from 08:04:05 (Jan out) to 08:05:57 (Jan in - with twig)
- chicks alone: from 08:06:32 (Jan out) to 08:18:28 (Jan in - moss and water, from bill to bill)
- chicks alone: from 08:21:58 (Jan out) to 08.36.13 (Jan in - with twig and water, from bill to bill)
- change: 09:51 Janika in (Jan out after short communication)
2/ 09.54 FEEDING by Janika (pile of food - she regurgitated more times very near to the head of poor little one)
- chicks alone: from 09:56:38 (Janika out) to 10:43:43 (Janika in)
- chicks alone: from 10:46:44 (Janika out) to 11:03:03 (Janika in - 11:03:23 one chick is growling; water, from bill to bill and shower; some nest reparation)
- chicks alone: from 11:11:27 (Janika out) to 11:38:23 (Janika in - water, from bill to bill); she is preening her youngest chick
- chicks alone: from 12:47:28 (Janika out) to 14:46:47 (Jan in - water, from bill to bill)
- chicks alone: from 14:49:49 (Jan out) to 14:58:36 (Jan in - water, from bill to bill)
- chicks alone: from 15:00:06 (Jan out) to 16:53:48 (Jan in)
3/ 16.54 FEEDING by Jan -3 big fish for the 3 big chicks
- chicks alone: 16:56:57 (Jan out) to


BENJAMIN: youngest chick did not eat, drink, but change position in the nest more times (usually when someone is standing on his feet)
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the siblings now are laying on Benjamin's wing
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I need a break!

it almost looks like a neurological problem :puzzled:
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8:04 Jan flew away

he returned with a twig and flew away again.
If this is a neurological problem, we will have to watch for a long time :slap:

broken chronologist!

19:31 on July 10! Benjamin is not begging for food. He is sitting in the nest

ame wrote: July 11th, 2021, 12:18 am to me it seemed that the storklet collapsed due to some internal reason. he was sick in some way. he looked sick already before he collapsed. the wing looked paralysed or stiffened rather than broken but it stopped the storklet from getting up.
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Liz01 wrote: July 11th, 2021, 6:55 am 6:44 Jan came home with a bunch dry moss
three are begging- he brought a huge fish


7:53 Bejamin is trying hard to get up


9:23 I'll be gone for a while YouTube chatters think it is their right to make a claim. .. that's too much!
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The only case of human intervention in 2012 when the black storklet with injured beak was taken to the vet clinic resulted to epic fail. No idea whether they are planning any intervention this time. :rant:

I can't write in that youtube chat(and in all the other kotkaclubi chats) because somebody blocked me in kotkaclubi channel for unknown reason. Nice from them. :banghead: :banghead :banghead :banghead
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Liz01 wrote: July 11th, 2021, 8:05 am
Hello everyone! I showed the video to my father. He is currently in New Zealand at Mount Aspiring National Park. He said that the behavior of the chick is very similar to salmonellosis.

This disease is contagious. Without the help of people, we can lose all the storklets.
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Urmas wrote me and Marika last night that he will not go to the nest and intervene. i don't think that anyone else will either.
the nature will take its course.
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Even if Urmas comes to the nest, what can he do? Bring antibiotics and feed all the storklets? :cry: Sometimes this disease is treated by itself.
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i just had a call from Urmas Sellis. he is not going to go to the nest for rescuing the storklet, but he is planning to go and ring the them later, maybe in 1 - 2 weeks time.
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I understand that the principle of non-interference works. If it is salmonellosis, the recovery of the chick is very unlikely, it is still too small to fight such a disease.
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asteria wrote: July 11th, 2021, 10:07 am ...I can't write in that youtube chat(and in all the other kotkaclubi chats) because somebody blocked me in kotkaclubi channel for unknown reason. Nice from them.
Oh dear! I'm sorry for you! I will contact for help so that you can write again. It will take some time.. they are not always on the desk

I forgot! I need your youtube channel name! You can write a PM
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I have just sent a PM
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Poliff wrote: July 11th, 2021, 10:51 am I understand that the principle of non-interference works. If it is salmonellosis, the recovery of the chick is very unlikely, it is still too small to fight such a disease.
It could be possible but not un such weather. It needs water... much water.
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