VIDEO: Strange bird in familiar place

Submitted by Looduskalender EN on Sun, 24.03.2019 - 10:26

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

Estonian text posted 22.03.2019

 

 

Eagle owl       Kassikakk        Bubo bubo

 

Looduskalender's watchers at once recognize the location of the web camera  at the nest of .the white-tailed eagle pair. In winter members of the Kotkaklubi repaired and secured the nest bottom that fell apart during the previous season but this year the white-tailed eagles nest in their ”second nest” and so this year there will be no transmission from the white-tail eagle camera. Man proposes, nature disposes.

VIDEOS: Klaara’s third egg

Submitted by Looduskalender EN on Sat, 23.03.2019 - 13:22

Videos recorded by Shanta, LK forum
English translation Liis
 

Estonian text  posted 22.01.2019

Klaus treats Klaara to a prey. Klaara returned early to the nest in the evening

 

Tawny owl         Kodukakk         Strix aluco

 

In the evening tawny owl life started as usual with Klaara flying out from the nest hollow but within an hour she was back. We could guess that there would be an addition to the eggs. As a a well-behaved hunter Klaus shared the prey with Klaara which the video cut shows.

Klaara has second egg in nest

Submitted by Looduskalender EN on Wed, 20.03.2019 - 13:55

Screencap from webcam Maggy, LK forum
English translation Liis
Estonian text posted 19.03.2019

At seven o’clock Klaara went on her evening trip – Klaus called

 

Tawny owl     Kodukakk        Strix aluco

 

Yesterday Klaara returned from her evening trip just before midnight. It can be said with certainty that the egg was laid today, March 19th.

So the first egg on March 16th and the second on March 19th. In a full clutch there are often three to five eggs, the interval between layings two or three days.

Winter small bird feeder camera ends transmission

Submitted by Looduskalender EN on Sun, 17.03.2019 - 09:59

Screencap from webcam  Balistar, LK forum
English translation Liis

 

Grey-headed woodpecker    Hallpea-rähn or hallrähn      Picus canus

 

 

The rains of the last few  days have reduced the snow cover in southern Estonia significantly. The southerly winds help the movements of migratory birds – life goes steadily towards spring. It is a good time to end  the small bird feeder camera transmission. Our thanks to all viewers!

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