Latvian WtE nest webcamera Juras-erglis Durbe 2021

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Abigyl wrote: September 25th, 2021, 7:05 pm 19:02 A couple o birdies, not very small but almost invisible.

19:05 different birdies in an around nest :whistling:
thank you Abigyl!
18:59 already a little bird flew to the top branch, a chaffinch probably.
19:00 a blackbird on the upper left and then the top branch.
19:01:41 a light bird flew to the spruce on the right.
19:01:55 voices of a fieldfare.
19:02 two blackbirds, one a juvenile and the other an adult. - is a blackbird making fake fieldfare voices?? :puzzled:
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19:05 a thrush maybe to the top branch. then many blackbirds, both adults and juveniles.
19:10 a fieldfare on the left branch?
19:11 then on the right branch?
edit: Vērotāja got a nice picture of this bird.
perhaps it was a song thrush after all. any way not a redwing.
the time stamp is 19:10:27.
Vērotāja wrote: September 26th, 2021, 12:07 am ....
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there were a lot of blackbirds and other thrushes...
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19:21 a jay came, too. then a crow to the poop branch.
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the jay flew away and the crow went upstairs.
19:22:53 the crow flew away.
then blackbirds and a thrush.
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19:32 a pygmy owl called.
19:36 again.
19:37 a song thrush (?) visited the left branch.
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19:50:00 a pygmy owl called.
19:57: about 00 a pygmy owl called.
19:59 a pygmy owl sang, maybe even two.
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20:02:15 a pygmy owl called. after a few seconds another call. there are two owls again.
here are all the calls between 19:50 and 20:02.
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20:07:40 a tawny owl female called.
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20:14:30 a tawny owl female called.


21:28 again.
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Sep 26

good morning!

the night was calm and quiet and there was no rain.
3:27 - 3:29 a roe deer barked nearby.


well spotted Sonchik! :thumbs:
that was perhaps an eagle very far and high in the sky, visible only in a few frames.
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6:17:45 a pygmy owl called rather far.
6:24:45 again.
6:26:10 a pygmy owl called far, then another near.
about half a minute later again. 20 s later singing.
6:28:05 another owl called while one was singing. then also a tawny owl called, maybe both male and female. the pygmy owl continued singing till. 6:29
then a pause of about 40 s.
6:30 the owl continued.
6:31 voices of two owls?
6:34 a pygmy owl.
6:35 a tawny owl.
6:37 a pygmy owl.
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6:47:13 a pygmy owl called. about 10 s later again. two owls. :D
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6:52:57 a pygmy owl sang a little rather far. they were both far.
6:55 blackbirds were talking nearby. one sang a little piece of subsong.

6:55:58 a pygmy owl called. 20 s later another owl.
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7:20 a jay flew to the spruce on the right and called. then he/she flew to the top or by it.

7:22:40 a bird flew by from right to left.


a cock has been crowing at the farm. it's a beautiful morning. :innocent:
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7:34 a grey-headed woodpecker called nearby. the Sun is rising through the mist. :rolleyes:
the woodpecker's call was almost only an excuse to make a video of the sunrise. :whistling:
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7:45:15 a blackbird flew to the top, said bot-bot a few times and then flew away.
7:46:18 a pygmy owl called.
7:48:00 again far.
7:48:22 near! there are two owls.
7:51:30 again a call.
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8:03:20 a pygmy owl called.
a wood pigeon flew somewhere near out of sight.
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8:17:33 a pygmy owl called and after a few seconds another owl. they are rather near now.
8:23:30 a pygmy owl, farther this time
8:24:00 another sang closer.
8:25:20 more singing.
8:28:45 some more pygmy owl's voices, from very far, barely audible.
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the light! :headroll:
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8:39:03 a pygmy owl called.
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8:54:45 a pygmy owl called. a few seconds later another owl.
8:55:20 again a call. they were not near.
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