Estonian Black Storks Migration 2021 from Birdmap

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Tomorrow Julge has S wind first, then SW wind and in the afternoon W wind
Let's hope for the data tomorrow ... :2thumbsup:
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These are the particles forecast both from La Palma and Etna (Sicilia)
https://www.windy.com/pt/-SO2-tcso2?tcs ... 09,9.844,4

I took it from here
https://twitter.com/m_parrington/status ... 3289397251

But there were some big storms on the Paris region on Saturday. Maybe that interfered with the transmissions?
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Anne7 wrote: September 26th, 2021, 6:29 pm
We would have heard of it, I suppose… :puzzled:
Yes, if i was suffocating, i would tell you :rolleyes:
Here, nobody cares. News say that a cloud is passing but that we are risking nothing because it's diluted.
The direction of the winds and the stormy weather (low clouds this morning and heavy weather this afternoon) aren't conducive to great departures. If Julge is gone, it might not be very far, i think.
Hope to hear from Julge soon!
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27.September

No news about Julge

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Good morning to all

Juta, thank you very much
I have to say, it is hard to be optimistic now.
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Hi! What could have happened to Julge? What about the last sighting near Albe lake? Can s/body contact this person who wrote this article? Maybe Julge is there?
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Hello Ingra and welcome.
Today one local vet, who has helped to find animals before, will visit that place.
Edit. To place where last signal was recieved.
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thank you Juta for the information, that's good to know
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sova wrote: September 27th, 2021, 8:17 am *****
Good morning to all

Juta, thank you very much
I have to say, it is hard to be optimistic now.
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juta wrote: September 27th, 2021, 9:16 am Hello Ingra and welcome.
Today one local vet, who has helped to find animals before, will visit that place.
Edit. To place where last signal was recieved.
Hi all :wave:
Thanks Juta
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juta wrote: September 27th, 2021, 9:16 am Hello Ingra and welcome.
Today one local vet, who has helped to find animals before, will visit that place.
Edit. To place where last signal was recieved.

Have a nice day, Juta, is it probably that if something happened to Julge, the radio would be transmitting from one place for a few more days? What if Julge felt a storm and moved very far in migration to a location without a signal ?? I would like to be right ...
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Still no data from Julge.

We must keep watching, until we know more.
bigfan, I want you to be right, too!
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Greetings to all! We look forward to the news about Julge.
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Jo UK wrote: September 27th, 2021, 7:19 pm Still no data from Julge.

We must keep watching, until we know more.
bigfan, I want you to be right, too!
There is still a possibility that the transmitter has a problem. If something happened to Julge the transmitter would continue working? :puzzled:
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garina do mar wrote: September 27th, 2021, 8:27 pm There is still a possibility that the transmitter has a problem. If something happened to Julge the transmitter would continue working? :puzzled:
yes, if is charged and on the place where is GSM coverage
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Julge's transmitter was always 100% charged and I think there should be no problem in France because of data transfer. (Network coverage is good)
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Good evening bird's lovers!
I was waiting to see if any news from Julge came in but nothing came.
I went there yesterday.
I searched along the edge and the field it was most frequented by him/her, for feathers, rejection balls or footprints in the damp earth.I only saw a beautiful bird dropping (translation?) that could be from him/her.
But no Julge.
And besides no other animal either because when I arrived, at 12:15, the hunters were along the edge.
I waited for them to leave to do my research. I don't know if they hunted on Saturday and they were there for the wild boars and the deer
Of course this information is unpleasant but I'm just saying that they were there on Sunday and we haven't had a signal since Friday if I'm not mistaken.
I therefore remain hopeful that s/he is gone and that there is a problem with the transmitter.
I'm sorry, I don't bring anything concrete but i wanted to tell you what i saw.
Let's wait and see what happens.
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Lusciniole wrote: September 27th, 2021, 9:12 pm
:hi: Lusciniole,
thank you very, very much for your effort and these information.
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Lusciniole wrote: September 27th, 2021, 9:12 pm
Lusciniole thank you for your effort ... I thought, you were there. :D
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Thanks Lusciniole for the informations...
Let's believe that it is a problem with the transmitter. Or she is the Eiffel tower (or in the Channel Islands and there is no roaming).
"Talking" seriously, do you have contacts in Gibraltar? There are always lot's of observers to see the crossing, maybe someone can check the rings.
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