Capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus) Webcam Forum 2022

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Re: Capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus) Webcam Forum 2022

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May 9

There was some activity today before 7:00 AM, curtesy of two fighting males, but after that not much from what I can tell

07:46:40 Camera seems to have stopped.
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10 May
Silent night, no wind, Woodcock flying by sometimes.
First single male voices since 2:48
3:05 local male sings quite continuously, probably on tree
3:34 camera restart
4:34 local male flies from tree, have to make cam restart again
4:40 cam is back again, male lekking in right edge
4:43 more flights to be heard
5:10 to the left edge
5:18 more male(s) to heard in distance
5:25 gun shot in distance
5:45 will leave camera, local male stays nearby lekking
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May 11

​07:47: Cc on the left
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19:51 ...
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​21:47 Cc still in thee background. / zooming
21:58:25 beautiful jump
22:04:25 male flew to the left out of view
22:21:30 male flies back out of view, close to the camera, ...maybe into the tree. Not sure
In the distance another Cc can be heard
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May 12

06:59 A Deer walks to the left
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May 13

22:51:20 Nightjar sings
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21:18 a Deer. What's he doing. ​Maybe itch? :rolleyes:
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Fleur wrote: May 14th, 2022, 9:21 pm 21:18 a Deer. What's he doing. ​Maybe itch? :rolleyes:
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:hi: Hello

They often do that before the breeding season which is not far off.

I think it's some sort of territorial behavior. :nod:

03:29 - the camera stops..
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May 15

07:46 flutter and an shadow from Cc to the right at the bottom of the image
...and sound
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May 21

03:17 sound Nightjar, Cuckoo and Cc

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23 May
Capercaillies have been calmed down. That is normal, as lekking time is over. Some males (maybe younger ones) still come to the site and make some voice before sunrise mainly. Now it is supported by Nightjar, as typical bird for such habitat.
It was nice to see lekking behavior in April, when females visited the site.
Something we learned about technical aspects of current camera, but not everything got clear about operating problems.
Many thanks to Andrasiboti for his great impact in operation of Capercaillie camera.
Camera will be online, since some other duty for that appears.
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May 24
02:19 Cuckoo
02:24 Nightjar
02:49 footsteps
02:50 robin, Cc
03:10 Song Thrush

Thanks for keeping the stream open, especially during the night, anything can happen :rolleyes:

Don't think any symphony orchestra ever can imitate the robin song :mrgreen:
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