White Tailed Sea Eagles in Norway

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Sometimes the main camera is the best entrance to the others and YT:
https://www.streambird.no/baron-blaa
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FEB. 25.

08.59.50 A young eagle from 2018 passing to the right.
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17.30 Baron into te nest. Just standing watching the surroundings.
17.37 Baron jumps down to bounce branch. Watching out - still.
17.55 Juvenile eagle, 3 cy into bouncy branch. Baron calls a lot, but the juvie does not move.
17.57 The young eagle takes off to the right, but circles and flies left over the nest.
17.59 Baron flies out to the left.
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Video by Lady Hawk - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lPE4OzN ... azO19Q9AEM
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:hi:
It was an exciting afternoon with Baron in the nest and the beautiful juvie :D


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FEB. 26.

The old female, Baronessen was today found dead some few 100 meters away from the nest. Maybe killed in battle, Streambird manager says. I hope some investigations will take place. https://www.streambird.no/post/baroness ... t-d%C3%B8d
The remains of the old female in the front. The nest is to be seen in the pines in the back ground
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The skeleton
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Skeleton found by Vigdis Spersøy
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Baronessen was last seen on the 29. of Sep. - and maybe heard on the 12. Oct.
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FEB. 27.

News from Streambird: https://www.streambird.no/post/ingen-da ... 5d9-Ppop10

And the first picture of Baron in the territory from 2011 at the age of 6 years. Photo by Roald Sevaldsen
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Living next door to the B&B nest tells us memories:
Johannes Schrøder "Every good thing comes to an end" 🦅
Remember even the day we registered with pleasure that there was activity again in the nest that the Baron and Baronessa have "ruled" over for almost a decade. It was back in 2011 .... Before 2011, the nest was uninhabited for almost 30 years, before that time I have no info on activity in this area.
It has been very exciting to follow the couple, both before streambird and livestream, but even more interesting after Svein Junge and co installed camera at the nest.
The breeding success of this pair has been good, and every year after establishment they have produced young (s). In my experience, it is very rare for sea eagles to manage, which may prove that Baron and Baronessa have been very capable and good parents.
Now it will be exciting to see in time if the baron finds a new partner, or maybe he chooses the bachelor life in the future?

Kjell Pedersen photo date unknown:
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Oh, what sad news :cry:
Baronessen was a beautiful, strong eagle and despite her disability she raised many eaglets. It is not known whether Baron will find a new female this season. Perhaps the nest will remain empty. I've watched this nest since 2013 and maybe it won't be young there for the first time. The same happened in Denmark after the killing by people of a previous female (she also got limped on one foot)
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Mamicja wrote: February 27th, 2020, 7:22 pm It is not known whether Baron will find a new female this season. Perhaps the nest will remain empty.
I think it’s too late now for this season. It takes time to attune to a new partner …
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FEB. 28.

08.53 Baron in with a stick. NF just behind.
Baron works with the stick. NF helps a little bit, else keeping an eye on the surroundings.
NF goes to left branch.
09.03 Baron takes off to the left. NF follows Baron.
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Video by Stream Bird: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=azTOZQE ... UjeNit%3A6

Video by MMJ: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJqYwZiggyI
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albicilla wrote: February 27th, 2020, 1:58 am FEB. 26.

The old female, Baronessen was today found dead some few 100 meters away from the nest. Maybe killed in battle, Streambird manager says. I hope some investigations will take place. https://www.streambird.no/post/baroness ... t-d%C3%B8d
The remains of the old female in the front. The nest is to be seen in the pines in the back ground
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Per, thank you very much for the info. :2thumbsup:
That's sad. But it's also good to know what happened to her. Many stay away and we can only guess ..
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FEB. 29.

Many calls from outside:

06.54.58 NF short

06.55.37 NF short

07.17.12 Baron short

07.17.39 Long call by Baron + NF

07.42.22 An eagle is passing right out front

07.42.48 Baron + NF call
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09.33 Baron in with a stick. And out at 09.54 after rest and feather care.
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09.39 A very upset Coal Tit gives warning calls. Very angry at the presence of Baron. After all this peace and silence around the nest. Baron noticed it with a look.
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Video by Lady Hawk with some of the early morning calls also:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B7mIjy6 ... dnezCjsua8
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A beautiful winter morning 9:33 AM
Baron Blue arrived with a stick


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MAR. 1.

07.18 A young Golden Eagle passing
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Underside of the wing
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12.13 An adult eagle is passing headed right.
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albicilla wrote: February 28th, 2020, 10:57 am 08.53 Baron in with a stick. NF just behind.
Hello albicilla, what does “NF” mean? “New female”?
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martinmiethke wrote: March 1st, 2020, 6:36 pm Hello albicilla, what does “NF” mean? “New female”?
YES.
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MAR. 2.

07.20 Long call from Baron joined a bit by NF. Maybe a song try from Baron? I could not decide.
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MAR. 6.

15.24 A sea eagle circles on the other side of the strait just ahead, and an eagle near the nest calls.
It sounded like NH.
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albicilla wrote: February 27th, 2020, 1:58 amFEB. 26. The old female, Baronessen was today found dead some few 100 meters away from the nest. Maybe killed in battle, Streambird manager says. ... Baronessen was last seen on the 29. of Sep. - and maybe heard on the 12. Oct.
Albicilla,I regret the loss of each bird being watched (I hope it was really in combat and did not die with a human hand)
tahnx albicilla for this news and reporting and documentation here this season :thumbs:
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MAR. 21
Silence around the nest.
But 2 eagles were calling loud and clear today.
And for long.
Video By MMJ - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a07O4sGcyPI
And the young eagles are invading the territory.
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