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handbyl wrote: May 20th, 2021, 3:51 pm ...
Is that what he is known as in Latvian?
That's what mega2 called it. Vērotāja has other letters, for example.
It's difficult this year with names. :rolleyes:
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Ah, right "Mr K/L" it is :-)

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Aug 25

the forum software update in the night was unsuccessful in the way that all material posted on Aug 25 disappeared. in the following i shall try to reconstruct the events that took place on Aug 25 using my archive material.
Dabasdati forum worked normally and their reports of the day begin here:
https://forums.dabasdati.lv/viewtopic.p ... 60#p299560
as usual mega2 made a lot of pictures. :thumbs:

4:06 a tawny owl female called.
4:08 she called more.


5:20 a pygmy owl called.
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7:40 two little birds visited.
then a bigger bird flew by.
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9:03 an eagle called rather far. it sounded like a male's voice.


9:04 a big bird visited the top.
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9:56 an eagle called far.


10:15 again an eagle's call from far. a male's voice each time as far as it can be heard (there were a lot of short breaks in the stream.
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10:32 Mr L brought a stick.
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Milda brought a stick, too, but dropped it just before she landed.
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10:34 Milda went upstairs.
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10:46 Milda returned downstairs. Mr L began to sing to Milda. he was in a loving mood.
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"no way! forget it!"
said Milda. :mrgreen:
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after that Milda worked a little.
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10:50 Milda almost pulled Mr L's feathers. :whistling:
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10:53 again Milda reached for Mr L's feathers. :rolleyes:
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11:03 Mr L flew out.
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he flew over the meadow towards the swan pond and returned to the top branch.
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11:11 Milda lay down on the nest.


11:28 she got up and started to work.
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11:31 Milda flew out.
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Mr L came down to the nest.
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11:42 Mr L pooped on the front rim of the nest.
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then he flew out.
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in the afternoon it rained very hard for a long time. the white "paint" which Mr L threw on the nest was washed away. :whistling:
20:33 a little bird flew to the top branch and twitched her wings: a flycatcher.
the bird flew away but soon a flycatcher returned. she helicoptered above the nest.


at dusk thick mist floated in the forest.
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this was what i could find in my archive. unfortunately i can't remember if there was something else, too. if you remember something more please add your observations and remarks here.
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ame wrote: September 27th, 2021, 5:04 pm i wonder if Mr L saw that someone had been there after him. :rolleyes:
btw: he didn't bring anything. thsi could also be his normal check-out visit.
What do you think about a theory that the dark eyed eagle is a female, maybe the same that appeared with Me L in September 25, but did not come to the nest?
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