Latvian WtE nest webcamera Juras-erglis Durbe 2021

White-tailed eagles in Latvia

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18:15 a jay again. and a blackbird again. :D
the jay peeked in the camera. then the jay tried to chase the blackbird away for a long time but with little luck.
18:21:47 two jays and a blackbird.

18:22 all three flew to the spruce on the right. the jays flew around on the right (perhaps the blackbird, too, but invisibly).
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18:27 a jay again.
18:37 another jay, too.
18:38:30 one of them flew to the spruce on the right.
18:38:45 the other flew away from our top.
18:39:35 the jay flew away from the spruce on the right.
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18:41 a jay talked very near.
18:42:05 a jay flew away from the top to the right.
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18:59 an insect or a spider walked over the lens.
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20:27 rustling near the microphone.
20:30 more.
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20:59 rustling.


i always wish that this creature would say something, too, but no. :faint:

good night! :offtobed:
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Sep 25

good morning!

it was a windy night with some rain at times. too much noise to find any interesting voices if there were any.
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8:13 great tits. first one then more.

8:14:31 a wood pigeon flew to our top and a light bird with white spots on the wings flew to the spruce on the right. that was another wood pigeon. they aren't all gone.
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8:15 ho-hooo'oo-ho-ho!. a wood pigeon called.
then a great tit on the nest.

8:16 a nuthatch first on the front right, then on the left branch.
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8:18 a nuthatch on the lens. then a juvenile blackbird on the nest. a great tit on the lower right side. then a nuthatch to the upper left branch and another to the poop branch.

8:18:59 a wasp flew by the camera. she is still here, too. :laugh:
wasp in yellow ellipses, a nuthatch in a blue ellipse on the top branch above the poop branch and a blackbird in the pink square.
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8:19 several wood pigeons flew away from our top. the juvenile blackbird flew to the front of the nest. a little grey bird on the left branch. the profile looked like a chaffinch but there were no stripes on the wings. a juvenile??
there were, however, white stripes on the sides of the tail. i think it was a chaffinch.Image

two brown birds. on the rear right a redwing or a song thrush (??) and on the front left a siskin (?).
the birds in the boxes are enlarged to 150 % of the original. now i see the little bird in the front right better. i think it's a yellowhammer. the end of the back is red-brown.
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8:20 two blackbirds and two great tits.
8:21 a thrush of some sort to the right branch. i think it's rather a song thrush than a redwing. redwings should have a white stripe above the eye.

then a jay with an acorn. :laugh:
the jay stuffed the acorn inside the nest. :whistling:
he/she will be sooo disappointed when he/she will return to get it. there will be a heap of stick on top of his/her hides. :slap:
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8:24 (nearly) a jay to the nest again. he/she flew to the top and talked there.
8:24:40 flew away.
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8:26 a jay returned. he/she checked the place where the jay hid the acorn. it must be the same jay.
then the jay went upstairs and talked there.
8:26:46 the jay flew away and a little grey bird flew to the top branch.

8:27:35 the little bird flew away. it was impossible to see what bird it was.
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8:29 voices of a blue tit from very near. then the tit came up to the nest from the left.
8:30 voices of a nuthatch who stayed out of sight.
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8:44 a bird flew to the spruce on the right.
8:44:52 the bird flew from the spruce and by the nest tree close on the left side. a jay.
the images in the box on the right are enlarged to 150 % of the original.
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9:57 an eagle! Mr L ? yes.
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he is doing nest work, digging the nest. he is messing up the jay's storage...
a jay shrieked nearby. the jay is upset! :rotf:

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9:57 another eagle landed on the top of the spruce on the right. Milda presumably.

Sonchik saw a bird high in the sky before Mr L and Milda came. this was perhaps one of them approaching.
https://www.looduskalender.ee/forum/vie ... 14#p831314
i made a clip of the flight. it's better to watch it on as large screen as possible and possibly in slow motion. the bird is very difficult to see.
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9:59 the eagle flew away from the spruce top by the nest tree to the left.
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two jays were shrieking, both equally unhappy. :mrgreen:
one of them flew to the outer right branch. Mr L flew out to the left.
the jay in the box is enlarged to 200 % of the original.
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10:02 a great spotted woodpecker male.
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we haven't seen our juvenile for quite some time. :whistling:
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ame wrote: September 25th, 2021, 9:58 am 9:57 an eagle! Mr L ? is doing nest work, digging the nest. he is messing up the jay's storage...
a jay shrieked nearby. the jay is upset! :rotf:
Hi :wave:
09.56 this could be another eagle flying over the nest :
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at first the eagle flew around:
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well spotted Simoninna! :thumbs:
i missed that.
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19:02 A couple o birdies, not very small but almost invisible.

19:05 different birdies in an around nest :whistling:
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