Polish WTE Nest ~ 2012

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June 3
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Now look, what are they grown
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Food delivery I think
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not so long ago they were tiny little things that barely showed above the rim of the nest.
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I met one of the little ones this morning, too. Its hard to see them on pictures so I am glad I made it with one of them and the mother
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Hopefully the camera focus could be adjusted in connection with the ringing of the young.
I am so glad that we had no Kain&Abel problems.
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borje wrote:Hopefully the camera focus could be adjusted in connection with the ringing of the young.
I am so glad that we had no Kain&Abel problems.
Do you know what day or time? :whistling:

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Fleur,
I have no idea, but I surely hope that there will be ringing.
Probably within the next couple of weeks.

We will have to keep watching regularly as theisr is no translation from Polish to inform us.

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Fleur,
I am a bit surpriced, that this cam is not getting more attention from our audience.
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borje wrote:Fleur,
I am a bit surpriced, that this cam is not getting more attention from our audience.
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I think it is partially just that there are so many cams, I am having trouble just reading the comments (and I have the advantage that English is my first language).
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Position of the camera has been elevated and the view into the nest has been much improved.
It seems that the distance between cam and nest is large, which might explain that the picture is not sharp.
I am waiting for the ringing of the eaglets, which has to be performed soon.
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borje wrote:Fleur,
I am a bit surpriced, that this cam is not getting more attention from our audience.
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I also think just what Alice says, there are many webcams to view.
I don't watch here every day. And I must say I miss the sound, which can also be one of the reasons.


This image is also very nice :thumbs:
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I wonder, would the parents live outside the nest for the night...I think so
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Fleur,

There is´nt much room for the åarents to live in the nest anymore.
Also they need no protection at this time.
The parents must now concentrate on hunting for bringing foord for the hungry, fast growing kids.

They still have some 40 days in the nest before they are fledge and ready for departure.

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thank you for info borje

May 7
7:21 - Occasionally a young looks over the edge, when comes the food ? :laugh:
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:loveshower: borje - They are ringed yesterday :loveshower:
I read it on facebook
https://www.facebook.com/BielikiOnline

beautiful !!
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such a cutie Fleur
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really a beautiful bird

8:07 - waiting for food

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