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Liz01 wrote: September 11th, 2021, 4:19 pm 16:18 another huge twig by Andris.. soon we will see a egg :rotf:
Climate change - they be confused!
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the nest
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after the visit ..
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I learned something today. It's normal that they do it after the season. At another Latvian nest there was a couple two days ago and did something similar things.
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Liz01 wrote: September 11th, 2021, 4:48 pm the nest
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after the visit ..
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I learned something today. It's normal that they do it after the season. At another Latvian nest there was a couple two days ago and did something similar things.
pair bonding before a vacation from one another?
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handbyl wrote: September 11th, 2021, 8:35 pm pair bonding before a vacation from one another?
I don't know. So far we only observed that a pine branch was brought to the nest to say goodbye

And as far as we can see, there is no such thing as a lifelong bond. They choose the partner who arrives at the nest first? Does the partner of the previous year come later there is a fight and the winner takes over the nest?
Ugis Bergmanis is the best source for knowledge about these eagles. He has been studying them for many years.
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handbyl wrote: September 11th, 2021, 4:07 pm ....He fell forward in a rather odd way at 15:58:53. And he has an open beak at times. It is not that warm today.
that was nest preparing :laugh: .. digging in the nest bowl. That's why I wrote she was going to lay an egg. For me it was very unusual to watch. But great!!
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September 12


good morning :hi:

9:33 Andris came in with a twig
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He settles down into the nest and is preening himself :innocent:
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9:41 He flew away



9:43 he returned with a twig.
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He calls
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9:45 out again
9:46 back with another huge branch
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9:49 out again
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There are no records or descriptions of this behavior. :puzzled: at least I can't find anything.
I wonder how many farewells to the nest I document before it really happens. :rotf:

9:51 another very huge branch is brought. He is calling again. (I think Anna must be near)
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9:53 out to the left..
9:54 in from the right with a spruce branch and he is calling

9:55 is digging in the nest bowl
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9:57 out
9:58 in with a branch
10:00 he flew away
10:02 back with a huge twig with lichen on it
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10:03 out again
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10:04 he landed above the nest, hopped down on the right ...
10:05....and came in with a branch
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10:06 out again
10:07 back with a branch
10:08 Andris digging in the nest bowl
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and is looking above and around..
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10:09 flew out
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10:10 back with a twig. and he is calling ..
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short preening
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10:11 he flew behind the nest
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10:13 he is flying from the right to the left
he came in with a huge twig
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another look ....
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10:16 ...and off he goes :innocent:
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10:24 he did not return... till now!
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Post by Urmas » July 30th, 2010, 6:27 am

The LSEs use to decorate nest before leaving to the migration - for to return next spring with more serious plans...
I think we need to find other storknest to install the camera! Actually that is not very easy, as several suitable aspects should be followed.
by Kuremari » July 28th, 2010, 9:47 pm :thumbs:
http://www.looduskalender.ee/forum/view ... 19d#p78529

but here it was a bit more than nest decoration.

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September 13

Hello everyone! :hi:

looks like that our eagle family is gone.

13:37:31 juvenile LSE is calling short


Ugis Bergmaņis confirmed, that it was 100% a LSE :laugh: There were doubts. But it was clear to me. I heard these voices for a whole summer.
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September 14

good day :hi:

9:58/9:59 Perle is calling from far
10:00 still calling
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September 15

good morning :hi:

6:51:19 LSE is calling pretty near. To me it sounds like Anna :innocent: :innocent:

the nest (could be she will come home)
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The fact is, LSE would not call when he were alone there. So there is another one nearby.

I can see, if a LSE or another bird is calling near. There were no more calls before or after
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OK it sound more Andris calling for Perle with a mouse in his beak. It' a a guess


8:08 A raven is calling and flew around
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September 16th

Well look who is back ?

He brought many twigs, dug the nest, called…

First arrival 12:15
Still flying on/off
He flew off at 13:44 and hasn’t come back since (15:12 now)

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pascale, thank you very much for the pictures :loveshower: :2thumbsup:
Andris is very handsome.. so without Perle and totally relaxed :innocent:

great surprise..
the third farewell . The youtubers will think that I'm crazy and have no idea about LSE. Every day a farewell to Andris's nest :rotf: I will do videos tomorrow. No goodbyes this time .. only videos,

The Estonian LSE can now all be seen in Birdmap. Maybe this time it was the last time?
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Liz01 wrote: September 16th, 2021, 6:23 pm The Estonian LSE can now all be seen in Birdmap. Maybe this time it was the last time?
That is a great map, thanks Liz01!! Technology is amazing!
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12:15 Andris came in with a green twig
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he is calling all time. So he is not alone in the area
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digging in the nest and settles down
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he stands up and is calling
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12:22 he is preening himself

12:26 he flew away
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