Badger Castle on Saaremaa ~2015~

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Re: Badger Castle on Saaremaa ~2015~

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Morning Fleur. Because of the distance I am not sure. I think is was Pygmy Owl, but it could be Scops Owl.
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Scops Owl doesn't occur in Baltic states so Pygmy Owl is an only reliable version. However sound is very far and it's hard to hear something for me.
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vainamoinen wrote:Scops Owl doesn't occur in Baltic states so Pygmy Owl is an only reliable version. However sound is very far and it's hard to hear something for me.
I didn't check for occurrence. Sorry about that.
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thank you vainamoinen. :thumbs: I was not sure about it.

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21:05 Red Deer is belling and Tawny Owl call in the distance
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september 1

19:15 no stream :blush:
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Fleur wrote:19:15 no stream :blush:
For hours already.
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Maybe transmission from Badger Castle is over for this season.
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If so, then ... we can expect the webcam of the Red Deer soon...I think :laugh:
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I hope so :shake:
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September 3
08:50. Camera is working again. At first only sound.
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12:02 :blush:
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Fleur wrote:12:02 :blush:
Yes, but it probably means that the cam is not closed but is malfunctioning.
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The cam is moved to the red deers :whistling: .
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:thumbs: I will open the new topic for the new season in the evening when I am at home from work!

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thank you for the Badger season. :thumbs:

We have seen a lot.
But mostly I've heard a lot.
I've enjoyed it.
Thank you and I hope see you next year again.
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The "official" end of season article is there: http://www.looduskalender.ee/en/node/24832
Tiit Hunt has made a nice collection of all the important happenings and visitors, tänan teid väga!

And also thanks to everyone else around, for maintaining the camera, for catching the visitors and sharing the pictures! We hope again for some young ones in front of the camera next season!
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