Owls around the world 2015-2021

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In Denmark, meanwhile, the resident male and the new female arrived at the same time today at 19:09.
He gave her booty and she stayed a little longer. So far it has seldom been seen or only briefly. It is unclear whether she will stay.
The resident female is missing. She didn't come back ....

I have translated this information from the comment function. Unfortunately you cannot rewind this stream.
Mamicja, yesterday and today without sound again. :laugh:
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Two Eagle Owl cams in Slovenia

https://uharica.ptice.si/v-zivo/?fbclid ... ZGJLErtpIk

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I know the one of them already from previous season/s, but the one on the rock is new for me
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:hi:
Eagle Owl, Denmark
https://www.dof.dk/oplev-fuglene/ugletv
It seems to be an egg there :nod:



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Eagle Owl, Denmark
https://www.dof.dk/oplev-fuglene/ugletv

Mamicja :hi:
Indeed :shock: , she must have lost it. :rotf:

09:10 The egg is incubated. :innocent:
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I just checked it yesterday ... nothing.
For me unexpected but great news! There was so little activity that I didn't believe it anymore - not so quickly, anyway.
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Bea wrote: March 17th, 2021, 1:15 pm ☼ ☼ ☼

Two Eagle Owl cams in Slovenia

https://uharica.ptice.si/v-zivo/?fbclid ... ZGJLErtpIk
Bea, thank you very much for sharing! :2thumbsup:
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Eagle Owls, Slovenia

https://uharica.ptice.si/v-zivo/?fbclid ... ZGJLErtpIk


Yesterday evening I saw that the female on the rock is incubating three eggs
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The one on the ground had no eggs
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Eagle Owl, Germany, Haselünne

https://www.ems-it.net/uhu-cam/

Female is incubating three eggs, first egg was laid on 9. March

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Eagle Owl, Denmark

As in the Eifel with Lotte and Teo, the female calls for her partner.
She apparently has brood feathers next to her?

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She becomes impatient, leaves the nest and looks and listens, flies away.

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18:55
Shortly afterwards the male comes. I think it's him because her croak can be heard nearby.
18:57 After looking at the nest and gurgling, it flew away.
18:59 The female is back.

Good timing. :innocent:
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Polly wrote: March 18th, 2021, 8:03 pm Eagle Owl, Denmark
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She becomes impatient, leaves the nest and looks and listens, flies away.

.......

18:55
Shortly afterwards the male comes. I think it's him because her croak can be heard nearby.
18:57 After looking at the nest and gurgling, it flew away.
18:59 The female is back.

Good timing. :innocent:
:hi:
Female out and...


...Male in to admire the egg


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March 19th
Farmer Derek



I like the owls' 'faces'.

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Bonnie has to keep lifting herself up to make way for the scramble under her.

The chicks are 12 days old today. :innocent:

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Bonnie in the evening light :innocent:
(Unfortunately the camera has a falsified light, too much yellow?)
She is calling.
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:D
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Bonnie gets ready ...
A chick shows up.
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She's gone over half an hour. Meanwhile, the camera switched to night mode when Bonnie comes back with a mouse for her chicks.
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I was a little worried because only one of the chicks was very interested. It immediately started pecking at the mouse. In fact, both are active. :nod:
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Number two is better seen here.
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09:24 camera time
Both chicks get bites :innocent:

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Farmer Derek Live:

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:hi:
Eagle Owl, Denmark
https://www.dof.dk/oplev-fuglene/ugletv

At 14:45 the female left the nest and has not returned so far :puzzled:
Moments before departure, she looked upset.
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Perhaps someone had scared her off, or perhaps she was scared by the landslide of the gravel.
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The camera was moving around in the gravel pit, but she was nowhere to be seen.
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March 22nd

Good Morning :hi:
I saw it last night too. Unfortunately, she stays away from the nest.
The good news - both can be heard. :nod:

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Streamingen midlertidig slukket

Skrevet af Klaus Dichmann den 22. marts 2021 kl. 08.16

Kære uglevenner.
Streamingen er pt. slukket, mens vi undersøger hvad der evt. kan være sket med ugleparret. Vi vender snarest tilbage igen, når der er nyt at fortælle
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Streaming temporarily turned off Written by Klaus Dichmann on March 22, 2021 at 08.16 Dear owl friends. The streaming is currently off while we investigate what might. may have happened to the owl pair. We will return again soon when there is news to tell
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Tawny Owl Hungary
https://madarles.hu/macskabagoly
five eggs.
The chicks can come. The mice are waiting
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Eagle Owl, Denmark
https://www.dof.dk/oplev-fuglene/ugletv

00:30
Short after midnight .... male came to the nest bowl, looking and hooting to the abandoned egg, somehow a heartbreaking moment Image
Female can be heard calling nearby
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It's a strange situation. :unsure:
I hope that the search for the couple will bring new insights. I felt that this couple was not very close to each other.

Bea, you've been watching eagle owls for a long time :innocent: - what is your feeling? The female too young, too inexperienced?

Both could be heard in the night. It was initially assumed that they were at least alive. Now it was written that the couple might have "happened"? Happening in the sense of an accident or something similar?
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Polly wrote: March 22nd, 2021, 4:24 pm
Bea, you've been watching eagle owls for a long time :innocent: - what is your feeling? The female too young, too inexperienced?
Sorry, I am not observing this nest close enough to judge this ... I think Mamicja is watching it much closer and is the better contact person for such questions :book:
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