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Where did the third egg in the osprey nest go?

Submitted by Looduskalender EN on Fri, 03.05.2019 - 16:07

Screencap from webcam  Jojo, LK forum
Estonian text posted 02.05.2019

..yes, only two eggs in the nest but they were three

 

Osprey         Kalakotkas          Pandion haliaetus

 

In the osprey webcam 2 we now see only two eggs in the nest – what has happened in the nest of Miina and Marko?

Last year also an egg disappeared from a  nest but then the whole event was witnessed by viewers .

VIDEO: Third egg appeared in osprey nest

Submitted by Looduskalender EN on Fri, 03.05.2019 - 16:01

Video recorded by  Bea, LK forum
Estonian text posted 02.05.2019
English translation Liis

 

Female Iiris laying the third egg

 

Osprey      Kalakotkas         Pandion haliaetus

 

In the Osprey 2 nest the female laid the third egg into the nest. Witnesses to the occasion: a pair of collared doves in a dried tree further away.

The female laid the first egg on April 28th, the second one already  the next day, April 29th, and the third one in the cold morning of May 2nd.

Third egg in osprey nest

Submitted by Looduskalender EN on Sat, 27.04.2019 - 18:42

Screencap from webcam  lianaliesma, LK forum
Estonian text  posted 26.04.2019
English translation Liis

Female osprey Miina and three eggs

 

Osprey         Kalakotkas      Pandion haliaetus

 

The family life of the osprey pair proceeds nicely.

The order of laying the eggs at the moment is this: we saw the first egg in the nest  on April 21st, the second on April 23rd and the third today in early morning, that is on April 26th.

Two eggs in osprey nest

Submitted by Looduskalender EN on Fri, 26.04.2019 - 11:09

Screencap from webcam Gavril, LK forum

Estonian text posted 24.04.2019

Two nice eggs and both adults in camera view

 

Osprey        Kalakotkas     Pandion haliaetus

 

The new osprey pair has been named Miina (the female) and  Marko (the male)by the forum members.

On Sunday, April 21st, Miina laid the first egg. Ospreys as a rule lay the eggs with an interval of a day because the creation of the large egg in the body of the female takes time. In the second half of Tuesday the second egg was in the nest, thus on April 23rd.

First egg in osprey nest

Submitted by Looduskalender EN on Mon, 22.04.2019 - 20:03

Video recorded by  Gavril, LK forum
Estonian text posted 21.04.2019
English translation Liis

 

 

Osprey       Kalakotkas     Pandion haliaetus

 

Yesterday evening the female laid the first egg into the nest.

This osprey nest has not been used for  breeding for some years. We  may have to do with a wholly new osprey pair and with a female laying eggs for the first time.

In the video we see the osprey pair together. The smaller male flies up from the nest and when he arrives back  with a pine branch we also see for a moment the egg of the young female with its multicoloured shell.

VIDEO: White-tailed eagle in osprey nest ...

Submitted by Looduskalender EN on Mon, 15.04.2019 - 23:06

Video recorded by  Urmas Lettwww.eenet.ee
English translation Liis

Estonian text posted 12.04.2019

 

This morning at six o’clock

 

White-tailed eagle         Merikotkas       Haliaeëtus albicilla

 

… and not for the first time during the last month. Still the same adult, ringed with the number  E301 and with a nice white tail.

In due time we will find out whom we have to do with.

Screencap from webcam IceAge, LK forum

“Pesaomanik“ saabus kohale kell 9.15

VIDEO: Good news for you

Submitted by Looduskalender EN on Mon, 27.08.2018 - 10:05

Screenshot from webcam  Gavril, LK forum

Video recorded by   Birdfriend, LK forum

English translation Liis

 

Estonian text posted 26.08.2018

Young osprey Jaak arrived in the nest without the plastic leg ring that had been tangled in the claws…

 

Osprey         Kalakotkas        Pandion haliaetus

 

Well done, if something disturbs, it has to be gotten rid of.

This was our only hope, and so it happened. The video shows that the use of claws has not been forgotten. Good that we got to know about it through the camera, otherwise it would have remained to bother both the watchers and the eagle-men.

 

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