Latvian Lesser Spotted Eagles Camera 1 - ? - 2016

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Re: Latvian Lesser Spotted Eagles Camera 1 - ? - 2016

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It seems that a lot of visitors come to the nest - and like that left branch. I saw one in the morning:

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and also jumped to this branch

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April 19

10:48 LSE on nest
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10:56 away

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April 20

8:17 LSE on nest, I think male
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8:18 and female I think, arrived.
Wow, those eyes
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8:19 male away

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8:22 male with twig
8:24 female? away
8:28 male? away ( I doubt )

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21. April

LSE visits nest from 10:37 - 10:46 ... I am not sure about male or female

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LSE stayed from 16:31 - 16:50

Moving some twigs, sitting on the branch behind, calling, watching surrounding

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18:49
A small twig came in, LSE was somewhere over the cam


Stream was pretty juddery at this time ....
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April 22

7:52 LSE on nest, female I think
7:55 take off

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9:51 first landing on the tree in the background, then in the tree right from the nest
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9:57 away
Funny, almost on the same time both nest have visitors. almost...

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12:42
Short visit of a LSE - I thought it could be a different one than we saw at the last visits


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23. April - Good morning :hi:

10:20 - LSE in the nest.
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10:21 - LSE left
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Fleur wrote:I do not know really, it went too fast. :blush:

maybe female Blackbird :puzzled:
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Fleur, the bird in your video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bnspZGVuWyc showed his profile :thumbs:

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in comparison to the size of the nest a giant Blackbird female

today 13:50 short visit of a lesser-spotted eagle

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14:13
Male LSE came in with a juicy frog for the female. After she had swallowed it the male went to the branch behind and left, the female stayed until 14:19

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Today morning, before Lussi's picture, both were on the nest and it seems the male discovered the camera eye and went to investigate :mrgreen:

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April 24

8:15 Calls in the background
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08:18 - Still calling :nod: And good morning, Fleur and everybody :hi:
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:hi: Lussi

8:20 LSE on nest with twig, call
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8:25 away
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08:20 - With twig:)
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08:25 - LSE left the nest.
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8:48 Male with Frog, female comes and eat it
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8:40 both away. I think sound mating in the back? Not sure ofcourse

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9:28 Male with Frog again, female take it and flew away.
9:29 Male also
9:29 and again the sound in the background, mating? Not sure

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