Latvian Golden Eagle Nest

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Hello sova :wave:

Who was it ?
Do you recognaize, do you think that it was Spilve ? :puzzled:
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:hi: SilverGirl
SilverGirl wrote: March 23rd, 2021, 3:02 pm ...
Unfortunately I do not know
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:shake: sova

Anyway, thank you :wave:

I'd like so much to see her here breeding her chick/-s,
to see her as happy mum, finally & fully from a to z, for the first time :thumbs:
And for a moment, some days ago, it seemed that it is going to happen ... :whistling:
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SilverGirl wrote: March 23rd, 2021, 3:02 pm ......Who was it ?
Do you recognaize, do you think that it was Spilve ? :puzzled:
SilverGirl, :wave: That was the new male Grīslis

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24. March

:hi:

Interesting visitors (WTE, GE)
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Uģis Bergmanis
There is a struggle for territory. The young golden eagle male (hopefully Grislis) becomes territorial and attached to the nest


Since golden eagles are more aggressive, the golden eagle will probably keep the territory

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the voice of the golden eagle sounds very young :innocent:
Normal speed and speed 0.3 so that you can see the tail markings of the white tailed eagle.
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25 March
Hello everyone! :hi:


11.37 Spilve?

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11:37 Spilve brings a green twig. Then she jumped on the right branch. A very short visit
her tail feathers
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Tatyana :hi: It's Spilve
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She is a handsome bird!

If she still brings greenery here, does that likely mean she has not laid elsewhere? Or do they still tend to alternate nests in their territory as a kind of "marker"?
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March 26

Good Morning!

Latvijas valsts meži ​07:57 dzirdama klinšu ērgļa balss

7:56/7:57 golden eagles are calling near.. Spilve .. I think it was only Spilve

8:04 Grīslis is calling (it was his rough voice )
8:10:00 A crow is calling and Spilve is calling too
8:10:50 Grīslis calls

8:15 Grīslis is calling... crows are still bullying them
8:17:03 Grīslis and a crow are calling
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Camera down?
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13:39 A guest
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April 1
Hello everybody! :hi:

12.42 Grislis in the nest.
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12.52-12.56 Ravens, Grislis in the nest.


12.58-13.01 Grislis in the nest, Spilve's voice next to the nest.


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7:49 am 2021/04/15 Short visit by Spilve. She brought a green twig

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:hi:
Got a newsletter from www.kungsorn.se:
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"On July 29 a fisherman took shelter from a rain shower under a big tree near Malung, western Sweden, and found a Latvian eagle ring blank/blue 450A.
A week later the right wing was found supposedly lying there for half a year. The bird was ringed as an eaglet in northeastern Latvia June 13 2012.
The ring was found in a known eagle territory and probably a partner for some years, and if so the female that breeded succesfully in 2019."

2012 there were 9 known territories in Latvia, 6 pairs, 2 breedings and 1 flegded eaglet that got this ring from www.eagle72.se. ......and now found dead in Sweden :shock:
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Hello Sigge, thank you :wave:

Very sad, but interesting info.
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Post by Polly »

Sick, injured?
Sweden is actually heavenly when it comes to finding food.

What a shame about this young golden eagle. :rolleyes:

Not good news but at least one that shows interest! Thanks @sigge
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@Polly: oh, Sweden is far from heaven for Golden Eagles, windfarm conflicts, lead poisining from hunter ammunition, extensive clear cuttings reducing food, illegal hunting... The population could be many times stronger in a healthy ecosystem
But that is another story...
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Post by Polly »

Sweden too?

I am in Denmark regularly and watch there with frown lines as green spaces disappear in favor of the agricultural and tourism lobby.

Sweden now too ???

Lead poisoning from hunter ammunition, extensive clear cuts that reduce food, illegal hunting ... :nod:
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