Introduction Renno Nellis
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Estonian text posted 10.04.2019
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The heron camera starts its third season. We will see the activities in
The number of great egrets here has increased by each year, reaching 250 pairs in
In the camera’s field of view there are however mostly grey heron nests, further away a few great heron nests are visible. The grey herons already have eggs in their nests, the great herons begin the egg-laying in April-May. The grey heron chicks will start hatching in the turn of April and May.
The colony is monitored by a moveable and zoomable camera in the top of the tallest tree showing several tens of nests. The camera is run by voluntary camera operator Mutikluti.