Bird cam season

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    Urmas Subarctic Penguin

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    Urmas, May 19, 2018
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    Ian Administrator

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    For some reason, I can't get the links to work, unless I go direct from the "source" page. Those are some high quality cams :D.

    The "kakk" cam has what looks like may be young owl chicks occasionally coming in to view :thumb:.
     
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    Urmas Subarctic Penguin

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    That's strange. I have no problems whatsoever (Firefox). But anyway:

    1st row, left to right: black stork, white-tailed eagle, seal (beach frequented by seals, apparently. Looks empty, though.)
    2nd row: osprey (empty), golden eagle (empty), osprey
    3rd row: badger, Kulgur beach (lots of birds at times), boreal owl
    4th row: no feed (should be roe deer), capercaillie, lynx
    5th row: spotted eagle, beach in Käsmu village, grey heron
     
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    nivrip Yorkshire Cruncher

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    Me neither. :)

    But the pics are superb. :thumb:
     
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    Works fine for me! :thumb:

    The osprey sure has a heavy duty nest! Fascinating watching :)
     
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    Abarbarian Acruncher

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    Super neat videos. :thumb:
     
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