Metsküla Beach Jackal Camera

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~20:46 A lot of Barnacle geese flying North(east).

Many roaring cows. Let's hope they forgot how camera tastes.
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Barnacle geese
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Alarming Lapwings and Redshanks
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They came back. Three boys and two girls.
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flying geese
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May 20
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8:16
in the background passing Barnacle Geese
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One Redshank
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May 21
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7:21
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8:40 little Bird
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I hear the Cows in the background
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Fleur wrote: May 21st, 2018, 8:45 am 8:40 little Bird...
Skylark.
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the moon - not full or anything, but very visible
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May 22
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8:52 Redshank
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9:19 Lapwing and Bee
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I thought someone was standing there besides the big rock, but it is an illusion. A play of light.
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May 23
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Morning sounds
I think I heard an Eagle too at 8:12. Not sure
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Sometimes all the Lapwings and Redshanks of the neighbourhood are alarming but I never can discover the reason for the disturbance. Perhaps a Stoat or weasel.

Fleur, I also heard a distant White-tailed eagle several times today. Also on earlier day.
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Yes, and the sound is further away then we hear. I mean the microphone ( I think )

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Hagnat wrote: May 23rd, 2018, 12:30 pm Sometimes all the Lapwings and Redshanks of the neighbourhood are alarming but I never can discover the reason for the disturbance. Perhaps a Stoat or weasel.
Most likely a Red Fox.
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Aureus, I assume I would see a Fox. A Stoat or Weasel can be very difficult to spot in a terrain like this.
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Hagnat wrote: May 23rd, 2018, 4:53 pm Aureus, I assume I would see a Fox. A Stoat or Weasel can be very difficult to spot in a terrain like this.
If you see the birds alarming and there is no Red Fox, then probably it is a smaller predator. If you only hear the birds alarming then a Red Fox is also possible. The camera is in the middle of the coastal meadow, so it is also possible that a predator is in the area behind the camera. I have observed many times alarming waders in coastal meadows, usually the alarm is caused by a roaming Red Fox.
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