Lesser Spotted Eagle Webcam Discussion 2009 ~ Eha & Koit

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Wonderful news about Spot!
Hope the weather is not too bad yet wherever he decides to fly!
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We wish you well Spot.I am glad he has recovered so quickly. :thumbs:
Was it wise to release him so late in the season ? Well suppose so if the Eagle Club said so.
Fly well Spot,eat lots of mice/mules/frogs so you get lots of strength. :nod: :chick:
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I think it was a good decision - I'm afraid all the long winter in captivity would have been just awful...
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:loveshower: I'm so happy to hear that Spot was healed and released! He is meant to be free and wild (I agree with visitor that a long winter in captivity would not have been good for him)
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Post by asteria »

It is good that Spot was released, but does he know where to fly? His "relative" Tõnn won't call and tell him "Hi Spot, don't go to Africa, better fly to Spain, we have lots of frogs here and the way is shorter".
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visitor wrote:Hi, Kuremari! :wave:

What a wonderful news about Spot, :bow: and so unexpected! :loveshower:
(At least for me, I have to say, I was really worried.)
Hi, visitor :wave: Nice to see you fora long time! I aggree, it's a great news of Spot. The more he moves, the better the wing will get!
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Oh, our little Spot is flying :nod:
Now it is only to wait for the testresult :puzzled:
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:loveshower: wonderful Spot
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Post by Ricky »

Really really great news!!
I wish him/her all the best for his/her migration south. :loveshower:

Asteria, birds know where to fly. Their instict (or whatever it is) is amazing... Just think of carrier pigeons for instance.
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Ricky wrote:Really really great news!!
I wish him/her all the best for his/her migration south. :loveshower:

Asteria, birds know where to fly. Their instict (or whatever it is) is amazing... Just think of carrier pigeons for instance.
But what makes individuals choose particular places when a wide area is possible for the species? Tõnn obviously didn't do as his parents in choosing winter quarters.
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O,my gosh!Today I go to visit to my best frend ,and i saw a crow vith injured wing. :cry: I'll take it to home ,clean her/his wing and put it into a box.I give her/him meat.
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Hi, Sofija, how is the crow now? Is it calm there in the box, or how. Has he/she accepted the meat?.. :unsure:
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Olga wrote:Hi, Sofija, how is the crow now? Is it calm there in the box, or how. Has he/she accepted the meat?.. :unsure:
I think good... :puzzled: now wound is clear. :2thumbsup:Clam and drik is into the box.I give her/him a raw meat and she/he eat it.
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Hallo Sofija :hi: . How is the crow today?
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oliv wrote:Hallo Sofija :hi: . How is the crow today?

:chick: I think now is much better. :laugh: She/he eats lot and now she/he is live into kitchen.She/he do some wings exercises and she/he looks good! :thumbs:
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A crow in the kitchen - wonderful place for him/her!!
Can we hope for a photograph, please?
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Jo UK wrote:A crow in the kitchen - wonderful place for him/her!!
Can we hope for a photograph, please?
Yes :loveshower: ,hear it is - http://foto.delfi.lv/album/42436/
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Sofija1001 wrote: Yes :loveshower: ,hear it is - http://foto.delfi.lv/album/42436/
But that pichs isn't take into kitchen...
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Oh, thank you Sofija. He/she looks nice, - but poor of her/him.. :unsure: You told he/she is better, good! I wish the crow will recover soon! You have got an inmemorable experience, Sofija.. :chick:
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Thanks Sofija! Nice picture. I think you is going to be a veterinary!
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