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30/5
05:15 distant Nightjar spinning :D
05:25 Golden Oriole singing 8-)
06:47 Rosefinch here too
11:40 Redstart singing, first for me this year, I really like that song :D
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This year was not such active as previous in front of Cc cam. Maybe we were a bit too late to install the camera or the center of the lek has moved away.
Anyway many thanks to operators, especially Juta and Peter!
I was too much busy with other things, sorry.
If everything goes as planned we will remove camera in weekend.
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~~~Thank you Urmas for the information and all your good work.
Thanks to all of Looduskalender that we were allowed to watch again.
Peter and Juta for the zooming. And everyone else, especially thanks to sigge for naming so many bird names.
New opportunities next year. ~~

:wave:
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And we also thank you, Fleur, for the great videos. :wave: :thumbs:
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:2thumbsup: Summi
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Hi Urmas,

thank you for another opportunity to operate the cam this year. As has already been said, we have seen less activity this year, but it was nonetheless fun. Thank you Juta - for such cooperation in scheduling and of course great camera operation. Thanks to all forum members, especially Fleur for all the pictures and videos. I hope we can repeat it next year!

Best regards, Peter
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We removed that time all the system in the lek we observed two seasons and installed it in other place for watching of Nightjar. Think next year we search another suitable lekking site to go ahead with Capercaillie.
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Thank you, Urmas, for this news. The nightjar is an interesting and not so well-known bird. We look forward to the next Capercaillie season at a new place and thank you for the great work you and your team do. :2thumbsup:
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October 28

7:16 a little bit snowing
7:33 sound from a few Cranes flying over

11:42 flutter in the distance ? :puzzled:
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October 30

Goodmorning :hi:
Wow...
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I mean, almost winter again. :thumbs:
A year passed so quickly. :whistling:
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Fleur wrote: October 30th, 2019, 7:51 am October 30

Goodmorning :hi:
Wow...
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I mean, almost winter again. :thumbs:
A year passed so quickly. :whistling:
Can the Camera be viewed by the public, or do you have special permission to view? Just asking, because I'd like to watch too. Maybe see/hear some Animals nearby. :) :D
I like to watch grass grow.
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hi andrasiboti :hi:
I think the cam is closed now.
last week was a test andrasiboti for coming season
Triin wrote: October 25th, 2019, 7:59 am This is a test run for a week or so.... Preparing for the next season capercaillie webcam.
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Fleur wrote: October 31st, 2019, 7:28 pm hi andrasiboti :hi:
I think the cam is closed now.
last week was a test andrasiboti for coming season
I see thanks :)
I like to watch grass grow.
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Hello :hi:

Shouldn't the 2020 season start by now?
I like to watch grass grow.
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:hi: andrasiboti I hope so.
Every day I check this link here to see if the camera is there. :mrgreen:
https://www.youtube.com/user/Riigimets
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Fleur wrote: March 14th, 2020, 11:19 am :hi: andrasiboti I hope so.
Every day I check this link here to see if the camera is there. :mrgreen:
https://www.youtube.com/user/Riigimets
Live will be on Eagle Club channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCvBXT ... Saqd19N0Sg

At the moment we're testing the stream, so errors might occur with the current live.
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