Suggest names for osprets UH and UJ

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aita wrote: July 15th, 2019, 7:13 pm :hi:
No such names are used in Estonia.
Only one of them is an Estonian word.
Junn.
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Oh, sorry :slap: i meent June - the month in which the chick was born.
Then, I think, easier all same offer several names (a bit) - and all the rest, method voting, will choose those the most. :innocent:
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Poliff, please don't worry. It happens every year.
All kinds of strange names have been offered.
This real 'S.H.I.T' - accidentally now happened to you.

In conclusion:
Yes, we have a tradition to put names on birds.
But now (a few years) I doubt whether this is right or not.

Perhaps only the code on the ring could be used.
I have reached this conclusion as a member of Looduskalender in 10 years.

(In fact, there are 4 birds with the name I have put. Two as a result of voting (LSE Kai and Stephi).
Black storks Karl and Kati from Karula. It was written in small letters, then suddenly, everyone used those names.)
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aita wrote: July 16th, 2019, 12:24 am

Yes, we have a tradition to put names on birds.
But now (a few years) I doubt whether this is right or not.

Perhaps only the code on the ring could be used.
I have reached this conclusion as a member of Looduskalender in 10 years.
Maybe you are right, Aita, since we will never see these chicks again. However, for the parents who will return to the nest and for our birds with transmitters names are useful, I think
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aita wrote: July 16th, 2019, 12:24 am Poliff, please don't worry. It happens every year.


Perhaps only the code on the ring could be used.
I have reached this conclusion as a member of Looduskalender in 10 years.

I agree completely. We are in our reserve we give almost no names, only the number of the chip or ring or transmitter. Only animals and birds that have been to the recovery center have names :hi:
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My suggestion is:
Harri and Jane
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Post by elisabetta-pamina »

UHKE - proud, gorgeous.
UJE - modest, shy.


I would like either Uhke and Uje or: Jana & Hillar.
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My suggestions for names

Jaana and Harri

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elisabetta-pamina wrote: July 16th, 2019, 2:07 pm UHKE - proud, gorgeous.
UJE - modest, shy.


I would like either Uhke and Uje or: Jana & Hillar.
:hi:
It seems UJE - modest, shy inaccurately characterizes the nature of the UJ. This chick periodically pecks dad and mom! :rotf: However, the names are good! :rolleyes:
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Gavril wrote: July 17th, 2019, 7:29 am :hi:
It seems UJE - modest, shy inaccurately characterizes the nature of the UJ. This chick periodically pecks dad and mom! :rotf: However, the names are good! :rolleyes:
then ''UJE'' - all the opposite :laugh:
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