Latvian WtE nest webcamera Juras-erglis Durbe 2021

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oi-yeah big Moon in the sky. :headroll:
actually it was only the half-moon. 8-)
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20:38 rustling at the nest. no-one was visible.
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20:57 two tawny owl females call rather far.
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21:48 the stream began to stutter. ... then back to normal.

22:34 rustling at the nest.


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Sep 16

good morning!

00:34 an animal called very far with a low-pitch bellowing voice. it was probably a red deer stag. then someone rustled at the nest. that sounded almost like running. it would be so interesting to find out who or what makes these sounds.
00:41 and 00:42 more bellowing.
01:04 rustling again.
01:05 more bellowing. the animal was far but there was almost no wind.


later it became windy and impossible to hear such distant voices.
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5:32 a tawny owl female called.
5:33 crane's calls. it sounded like a crane flew over.


were they really flying in the dark? :shock: :puzzled:
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6:24 a pygmy owl called.
6:27 again.
6:28 again.
6:31 again.
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6:45 a squirrel visited. Baiba reported in the YT chat. :thumbs:
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Good morning to everyone!

Thanks to Ame and all the people watching and reporting :wave:

Beautiful sunrise - no rain. :loveshower:
The grass is growing in the nest as every year.
Hope the eagles will return soon ...

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9:08 a raven or actually there were two. the other landed on the top and called there. the raven on the nest took a stick from left and for a moment i thought that he/she would throw it out. instead he/she put the stick on the right side of the nest.
9:09 the raven from the top flew away and called. the raven on the nest hurried to follow the first raven.
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17:24 i heard something.... a flock of wood pigeons flew by and around. some of them flew to the spruce on the right and at least two flew to our tree top. then suddenly they flew out and: Mr L landed! no wonder that the pigeons flew away. :rotf:
edit: Sonchik noticed that a big bird flew over the meadow at 17:24:15
the colours looked mostly like those of a crow but crows don't have white tails.
i made an enlargement of the image in the pink ellipse (third from the right). it looks very much like an eagle. the bird flew to the left over the swan pond.
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Mr L landed about 3 s after the other big bird had vanished out of sight. scared wood pigeons flew away.
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Mr L looked at the pigeons fly away. he seemed to be annoyed. :mrgreen:
edit: or interested in some way anyway.
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17:25 he arranged sticks.
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... and looked at where the pigeons had flown to.
edit: and the other big bird flew that way, too! :whistling:
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a black woodpecker called.
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... and Mr L flew away over the meadow, curving to the left to the swan pond.
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that was a quick visit.
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17:26 two light birds flew by on the right side over the meadow. no, there were many of them, not in a flock but a bird there and another here. wood pigeons?
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17:27 -28 more light birds. Mr L didn't manage to chase them away. :mrgreen:
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17:33 a flock wood pigeons returned. some landed on the spruce on the right and some flew by.
17:34 one probably landed on our top and some flew away.
17:37 a pigeon flew away from the spruce on the right.
17:39 a pigeon flew by to the left.
17:40 a wood pigeon flew to the poop branch.
17:41 the pigeon flew to one of the spruces on the right, not the tallest.
17:57 a wood pigeon flew away from the top of our tree and the spruce on the right.
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18:26 a jay visited and talked in a beautiful way. :rolleyes:
18:27 a jay again. maybe another, maybe the same. who can say. :whistling:
18:28:37 a light bird flew by from right to left. it looked too small for an eagle although the tail looked white. i think it was a wood pigeon. the jay didn't react, only looked at the bird.
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20:06:20 a pygmy owl? did i hear correct? yes!


20:11:45 again a call. it is Mr Pygmy Owl. :laugh:
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ame wrote: September 16th, 2021, 5:25 pm 17:24 i heard something.... a flock of wood pigeons flew by and around. some of them flew to the spruce on the right and at least two flew to our tree top. then suddenly they flew out and: Mr L landed! no wonder that the pigeons flew away. :rotf:

Mr L looked at the pigeons fly away. he seemed to be annoyed. :mrgreen:
At 17:24:15, big bird (the eagle?) flew from right to left. The eagle in the nest looked at him, then flew away in the same way.
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Post by ame »

aha, thank you Sonchik!
maybe the eagle was what Mr L was looking at that bird. i'll have to make a picture of that (later).
edit (9:37 in the next morning): now i saw that this bird flew by before Mr L came. the bird vanished above the swan pond a second before Mr L landed.
- the first bird was flying to the direction of the Fish Market. maybe Mr L was so much in a hurry because he was afraid that Milda might eat all the fish if he dawdled much longer. :mrgreen:
Sonchik made a slow-motion close-up of this bird flying by. thank you Sonchik! :thumbs:
Sonchik wrote: September 17th, 2021, 7:56 am
21:55:10 (about) rustling at the nest.
21:57 more rustling. - the wind is rather hard.
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22:05 a tawny owl female is calling, not very near and the wind was carrying her voice away...


23:16 rustling
23:28 again.


good night! :wave:
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