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May 25

4:33 Golden Oriole singing
Raven family talking
2 Black Woodpecker drumming

No Willow Tit, Crested Tit or Coal Tit this year :rolleyes: to much logging?
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Thanks for the update Urmas, Andrasiboti for controlling camera.
I continue to listen to the sounds for a while.
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23:02 Nightjar sings
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Urmas wrote: May 23rd, 2022, 6:54 am 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.
It was a joy Urmas. :) :nod:

Thank you for letting me be a part of it again. :mrgreen:
Nature is for everybody.
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May 30
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0:45 dogs
01:03 Woodcock
01:15 Green sandpiper
01:34 Cuckoo
02:03 Nightjar frog sound
02:25 Corncrake singing! What the heck is it doing here :headroll:
02:27 Robin
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June 29

22:45 Nightjars playing again
along with screaming swifts, cuckoos, robin, blackbird and red-breasted flycatcher 22:51... :D

Later on some gruffing, bear?
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