alice44 wrote:No today I saw nothing, there was a little singing and before it got quite light some interesting noises (but there was a slim chance they came from Klaara's cam)
The gull looks rather elegant walking around the field.
This is the enlargement of the bird from yesterday -- in the process the more distant bird disappeared.
this could well be the redwing.
they have a white stripe on the side of the head at the eye level and this bird seems to have that. the white stripe is a well distinguishing characteristic: it can be seen easily from a distance, almost easier than the red colour under the wing on the side.
i had a picture up here: viewtopic.php?p=68765#p68765
of a redwing but for some reason it was gone but now i've replaced it with another. the redwing in that picture looks almost too colourful. usually they look a bit dimmed in 'nature'.
venegor wrote: Starlings in the field, they are bad for distinguishing from earth lumps
yes, the starlings are difficult to see if they are not moving.
i've tried to mark the two starlings that i'm able to see in venegors picture for Alice (and others,too. )
the one on the left is about as high from the bottom as it is to the right from the left side and the other is a bit lower.
Good evening to you. I´m a new member and I came to this board because I want to share with you something I saw at the black grouse camera. (Sorry for my english; I hope, I can add some pictures who tell the little story better than bumpy words can.)
So this is what happened two days before. First there was nothing but the field, quiet and piecfull. In the background a low animal voice, maybe a lamb. Suddenly, very near, a loud trumpet sound: a crane. Then I saw the bird, running from the right side to the middle of the field. And then, next surprise – a wolf. He was following the crane busily, but he stopped a few seconds to look at the camera. Many thanks to looduskalender for this happy moment!
Good evening Maertha, Fantastic pics!! And so fast you learnt how to post!
You might be the first of us who saw a wolf! Congratulations and please go on
watching and posting! Thank you for doing all that so fast!