Latvian Osprey nest 2019-2023

Osprey nests in Latvia
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March 31

Hi everyone :hi:

11:53 Short visit by an Osprey- flew in and off again
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14:00:42 Osprey landed
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a female
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and off
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https://avianreport.com/osprey-appearan ... ification/
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14:44 both are on nest /Thank you poma :loveshower:

14:43 Male with fish, and off with it!
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15:06 she? is on the nest and is calling

15:06 she jumps into the nest, still calling

15:07 fish handover
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I will do a video, after that, I don't have time for this camera
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15:45 successfully mating :laugh:
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Mating. It seems they are a "old" couple"
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Hello everybody!
And thank you so much Liz01! Great to see the beginning of our osprey season! This couple looks like they know each other already, indeed.
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Hello,
page 142 "nest in bebraine":
the word bebraine is used in forest typology; bebraine is a biologically important site that is significantly affected by flooding caused by beaver activity.
(bebrs - beaver and nest bebrainē - nest in such a place)

Yes, You knew it, and yes, it was only about Teo's previous nest.
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jersi wrote: April 6th, 2024, 2:12 pm .. the word bebraine is used in forest typology; bebraine is a biologically important site that is significantly affected by flooding caused by beaver activity.
Thank you very much! :2thumbsup:
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April 8

From chat:
06.22 Abc: beautiful picture - Singa and Svings at sunrise.
Addition. Abc: 06.26 18+ on the balcony branch.
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7:54AM Agrita: they have loaded the sloping (nest) edge and are still carrying.
7:55AM Mārīte Kuršinska: Singa has been fighting around one branch for an hour now.

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Thank you, Abc, Agrita, Mārīte!
I have read once how to avoid the red line in the picture, but I have not left it in a lasting memory. I'm sorry.

P.S. 17.39
Thanks, Susanne, for the advice:
your mouse doesn't point to the screen
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:wave: Jersi, just make sure your mouse doesn't point to the screen, the red line will vanish then.
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June 22

17:27 egg talk! :bounce:

that's a late hatch?
https://www.youtube.com/live/8ZLA47Tq4dI

Tomorrow there will be the first one ..
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June 23

Congrats to Latvia , Selgas un Svinga, to the little osprey chick!🐥 :loveshower:
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5:06 I think there is a hole in egg#2
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