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http://www.makov.cz/?action=webcam

today in the morning
Great Tit, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Blue Tit

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two female Siskin and male

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Siskin, Sparrow, Nuthatch, Great White Egret

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http://www.makov.cz/?action=webcam

Siskin, Great Tit

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Green finches, Tree Sparrows and one Siskin

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and at 20.1.
Robin

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Long-tailed Tit

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All birds are correct, Biker, nice pictures! :thumbs:
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here is a report but only in german about a bear-watching-tour including pictures from the animals in the woods of Alutaguse

http://wetraveltheworld.de/braunbaerenb ... alutaguse/
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Kip wrote::wave:

WORLD OF HUMMINGBIRDS
http://www.ustream.tv/worldofhummingbirds

Building the nest :smile:
The first egg is layed in the hummingbird nest! :thumbs:
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:hi: Thanks Birdfriend, did not have much time to watch the cams :thumbs:
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:hi:

Hummingbirds California

http://www.ustream.tv/worldofhummingbirds

2 eggs :2thumbsup:
Hatch estimated to be 2/24

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:hi:
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:hi:

Beleef De Lente in the Netherlands is on line
http://www.beleefdelente.nl/

A lot of cams :2thumbsup:
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California Condor
Location: Sespe Condor Sanctuary
http://cams.allaboutbirds.org/channel/4 ... ia_Condor/

Beautiful bird with one chick :chick:

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Red-tailed Hawks New York
http://cams.allaboutbirds.org/channel/1 ... led_Hawks/

:bounce: :bounce: 2 bully chicks :mrgreen:

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Kip wrote:California Condor
Location: Sespe Condor Sanctuary
http://cams.allaboutbirds.org/channel/4 ... ia_Condor/
31.August

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The young Condor has the number 15 on his feathers.
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i posted this link http://www.hansoschulze-naturfoto-ilkerbruch.de/ also in "The Haliaeetus Albicilla Collection" . but the photographer has taken a lot of brilliant pictures at this location "ILKERBRUCH". with many other species of birds, not only WTE's (and other animals). therefore i put the link here also. the slideshows with (german only") little stories of his observations are so interesting to see (even without text)
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http://www.storchennest-otterwisch.de/i ... turmfalken

Unfortunately, I do not know what a bird is. First, towering falcons there, then a bawnowl has occupied the box. Now these birds are inside. Are the pigeons? I´m not sure :blush:
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Yes, pigeons.

Jujani, the "neighbour" barn owls were there yesterday. i dont know how long yet, i discovered them only a few days ago and don't know how long they are already fully fledged
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That is all something mixed. The Bawnowl`s had a brood in late May. Then they are moved into the box for the tower falcons. In the case of the peregrine falcons, chicks died and the survivors were fed outside the box. The Schleierulen have not started there a second brood. An adult Bawnowl is back in the box for Bawnowl`s. Great chaos :puzzled:

http://storchennest-otterwisch.de/index ... hleiereule
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For all the hummingbirds lovers :hi: - 2 live cams

1. Bella Hummingbird nest (La Verne, California), bird feeder, many many hummingbirds - we can learn all those species :mrgreen:

http://www.ustream.tv/exploreBellaHummingbird
(or on the web page http://www.bellahummingbird.com/index.html)

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2. Hummingbirds Nest, Peru

Green and white hummingbird. I can see 2 little heads :)
http://cams.allaboutbirds.org/channel/5 ... mingbirds/

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Not a webcam but GPS tracking of young Golden Eagles in Denmark:
http://macroecology.ku.dk/research/cons ... ldeneagle/
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2 tiny birdies hatched at Rosie hummingbird tiny nest yesterday

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Acacia and Aster
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Proud Mommy
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The babies fledge 23-28 days after hatching.
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