White Tailed Sea Eagles in Norway

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Re: White Tailed Sea Eagles in Norway

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NOV. 2.
17.23 Baron came back to the nest in windy conditions.
Baron and NF have been heard calling out to the right once or twice every week during summer.
Baron took very soon night rest om LB
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Night rest
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Video by Lady Hawk of todays visit:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCmZxHdEkaE

Baron has not been at the nest since 29/2-20
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B7mIjy6 ... dnezCjsua8
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Baron is back! video by Streambird
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NOV. 5.

15.45 Baron into the nest in windy conditions. It takes night rest on the nest.
Video by Lady Hawk:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8InUvRX42c
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NOV. 6.
08.43.40 Baron took off to the left
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NOV 14.

08.32 Baron alone outside the camera with nice morning calls.
We hear him a couple of times during the weeks. New famale is wanted and needed.
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NOV. 15.
A lokal man, Johannes Schrøder - took this foto today near the nest
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one more it looks like New Female is still around. Though we havent heard ore seen her for a while
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NOV. 20

Some fly by of an adult eagle and some juvies. Caught ny MMJ:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BO6bMaU5jT4
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NOV. 21.

12.14 A young eagle from 2019 visits and rests on LB in windy conditions

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The young eagle left LB at 14.50 ct = Camera time = summertime is not yet corrected

Espen Lie Dahl tells that it is an eagle from 2018. I saw it as an eagle from 2019.
But anyway - it has still some feahters left from the first coat.

Video of todays eagle visit by Lady Hawk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9d7O5MY5X7c
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DEC. 6.

We hear Baron outside the nest once in a while with short calls. But the interest to build at this nest has not been seen yet.
I looks like Baron is just waiting in its territory for a fertile female to show up. Baron stays in and keeps its trritory.
Dec. 5. a young eagle came in for night rest at UB, an eagle from 2018 - maybe.
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Video by Lady Hawk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2QGhG96 ... vF74CpHtMM
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DEC. 10.

Young eagle from 2019 (?) visits the nest -
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video by Lady Hawk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mACVVSSK7Cc
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DEC. 12.

Baron and NF have not been seen or heard for some days. I think they are near, though.
It seems that NF is not old enough to beed yet. Baron stays in its territory.
All coasts on Smøla are occupied be WTEs. No reason to fight for a new.
Baron is just waiting in patience for a female to show up. And being ready to breed.
The 3 sheep on the cliff had supper at low tide at 16.42 ct.
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2021

JAN. 13.

We hear Baron and sometimes NF call around one time each week.
They are both in the territory, but it looks like NF is not ready for a breeding attempt , yet.
09.46 fly by of an adult eagle - video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6ogGjAK41s
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JAN. 20.

Yesterday a young Eagle tried some hunting on Mergansers in front of the nest, a video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G9foxe0 ... =emb_title
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JAN. 22.

Yesterday I could not see what was going on around the nest.
But now Liznm made a very instructive video showing the episode mentioned by Ferenz here above.

1) I hear warning calls
2) I see rejection flight - one eagle against another.
3) I hear warning calls from Baron & NF.

Mating flight takes place high in the air - and without the presence of a strange eagle.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?fbclid=Iw ... e=youtu.be
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Young Eagle perching on the front branch

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Youngster was accompanied later by an adult

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JAN. 25

The young eagle from 2020 left LB at 09.09.39-

No moult in this plumage

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The sud adult from 2016 (?) left at 09.38.25

Sub adult with almost adult plumage, but black tips on the tail feathers;

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very nice.
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JAN. 27.

Some 20 black diving ducks on the sea in front of the camera were stressed a little during morning by some young WTEs.
THe young ones passed the nest and took rest in the nest tree once in a while.
At noon The Baron started to call far out right. And things calmed down.
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