Latvian WtE nest webcamera Juras-erglis Durbe 2021

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9:17:05 a pygmy owl called rather far.
9:29:00 again.


9:35 a few little birds flew by the top.
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9:41:15 a pygmy owl called. 40 s later another. they were rather far.

9:53:57 a pygmy owl called. he is not far.
9:55:23 another call. this was from a larger distance.
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10:01:10 a pygmy owl called far.
10:11:43 again.
10:26:37 a pygmy owl called again.
10:27:10 again but perhaps closer. two owls.


i wonder how long they will continue. :laugh:
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10:33 great tits on the nest. then a squirrel and
10:33:30 again a pygmy owl called. great tits talked around the nest.
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10:41:40 a pygmy owl (?)
10:42:07 again.
10:50:35 again
10:57:30 again a pygmy owl. - it's day. go to bed! :laugh:
10:59:00 an insect walked across the lens. a wasp?


11:27 no more owl's calls. maybe they did go to bed. 8-)
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ame wrote: September 26th, 2021, 6:49 am ...
well spotted Sonchik! :thumbs:
that was perhaps an eagle very far and high in the sky, visible only in a few frames.
Can you extend the video to this point?
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i made a clip of the flight.
i added it here:
https://www.looduskalender.ee/forum/vie ... 57#p831257
(the post there is too crowded now. sorry about it.)

12:19 - 12:22 strange sounds. :puzzled:
it had to be something artificial, a siren of some sort, probably coming from a vehicle driving on the big road.


12:24 it can be still heard.
12:27 it's still there.
12:30 the sound faded away.
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13:01 a little bird started working and talking downstairs... a nuthatch. there were also voices of great tits and a willow tit.
13:03 again a siren sound with loud car motor noise. this was a "normal" siren this time.
13:04 nuthatches visited. first one on the right branch. then many on the left side of the nest. one long twisted stick that is on the right back side of the nest is a swinging board for little birds. :laugh:


there's again a rally. that's were the motor noise and siren sounds come from. :slap:
https://m.rekurzeme.lv/sports/autosport ... tes-155211
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15:41 voices of cranes. i can't see them but i can see the tele tower.
why haven't i noticed it before? the lights have been visible for ages, since the beginning actually. :slap:
at one point the lights were invisible for some time but then the camera moved so that they became visible again.
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the voices continued and continued... the cranes must be circling around and taking lift of a thermal.
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16:48 a nuthatch visited.

Sonchik found this and made pictures.
https://www.looduskalender.ee/forum/vie ... 84#p831384

i have heard a lot of bird's voices over my shoulder.
17:20 nuthatch talked and knocked downstairs...
17:21:30 a brief visit on the nest.
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after that a blue tit's voice at 17:22. no visual.
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17:25 a great tit's voice.
every time when i have come to look i have seen no-one. :slap: :laugh:
17:24 a little bird flew to a branch behind the left branches. then a great tit on the nest.
17:25 again. then swinging on another swinging stick on the right. :laugh:
after that the great tit talked nearby.
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17:29 someone flew by and then a willow tit's voice.
the willow tit stopped on the poop branch and then flew away.

17:30 grey heron's voices. they (almost) always fly out of sight, also this time.
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Hello, :wave:
19.27-19.31 a stranger white tailed eagle honored us with his visit this evening :loveshower:



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oh woow! a visitor! with beautiful dark eyes. not an adult yet, maybe 5 or 6 calendar years. a male probably.

thank you for the reports! :2thumbsup:
the bird which Sonchik spotted was a nuthatch.

i only heard some pygmy owl's calls over my shoulder.
17:52.40


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18:46 a jay visited.
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19:34 a pygmy owl called.
19:43 three pygmy owls called in different places! this must have been a good vole summer. :laugh:
19:46 again. then less than a minute later again. both calls were from rather far.
19:50 a call from rather near.
19:54 first a pygmy owl and then a tawny owl female.
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20:29 rustling.
21:06:23 rustling.
21:11 more rustling. no voices.
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22:32 rustling.
22:38 - 22:43 rustling for a longer time than ever before. this could have been a visit by a four-legged animal, but unfortunately no voices.
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