Screencap from webcam Liz, LK forum
Estonian text posted 20.06.2019
A few minutes past 1.30 pm male Karl arrived as the first to feed the storklets. and with a five minutes interval female Kati
Black stork Must-toonekurg Accipiter gentilis
The attacks of the goshawk on the nest lasted nearly until noon with intervals; interesting where the bird of prey headed and why did it abstain from attacking the nest again?
The storklets calmed down within some ten minutes after the bird of prey left – they can judge danger.
Screencap from webcam video recorded by Liz, LK forum
Estonian text posted 20.06.2019 10.25
Goshawk Kanakull Accipiter gentilis
If we have the identification right we have to do with a first year goshawk because we can see lengthwise streaks on the breast plumage of the hawk.
During the attack the goshawk changes tactics because the storklets defend themselves. It was left to push someone over the edge of the nest when flying past which also happens 5 minutes into the video.
The goshawk weighs probably just over a kilo and the storklets are beginning to approach a kilo.
Screencap from webcam IceAge, LK forum
Estonian text posted 16.06.2019
Male Tõnn has arrived with prey
Greater spotted eagle Suur-konnakotkas Clanga clanga
Today the greater spotted eagle chick will be two weeks old.
Video recorded by Aita, LK forum
Estonian text posted 14.06.2019
Nightjar Öösorr Caprimulgus europaeus
Towards morning the second egg of the nightjars also hatched. Thus all took place on June 13 and 14.
The eggshells have been removed from the nest and at the end of the video we see the interaction between the newly hatched chick and the female bird.
Screencap from webcam Michi, LK forum