Webcams in Europe: birds

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Sadly, the nest was abandoned by the sea eagles and the two eggs were stolen by a raven after a few days.
Have the sea eagles left the nest? Will the 2 eggs then no longer be hatched?
Is nobody commenting this year
Well, earlier today (26/3/2024) 3 eggs, but sadly now just two. Backed up the video and saw one of the storks fight the nesting stork to get them off the eggs, grabbed one and threw it overboard :(
I see one egg! Just today, 21/03/2024! Yay!
I have watched this cam for years. For awhile I had lost it. So glad to have found it again.
Crested Tit at 12:01 (01/03/24), very nice to see. Thanks for this great stream...
I really can't see, but today (Feb 2, 2024) it seems one of the birds is setting on an egg possibly? Spreading the wings out and roosting and looking at a spot in the nest just out of view. Does anyone know for sure? I love watching these birds! To whoever provides it and maintains it Thank You!
In the past few years, apart from occasionally roosting at night, once the young have fully fledged, they aren’t seen on camera again. This evening, there was obvious niggling aggression between two of the three birds on the nest. We wait to see if “mum” overwinters in Germany, as she has been doing in recent years? A screenshot of her, in quite deep snow, once featured as one of my Christmas cards!
Chollymum, Hertford & CezaisWebcam at the storks nest, Lindheim, Germany
From the shadow that is occasionally visible, the nest appears to be atop a very, very tall, industrial-type chimney. After the breeding season, the ground below must be covered in guarno - a great fertilizer but not so good for camera lenses! Perhaps the camera should be mounted a little higher, next year.
Chollymum, Hertford & CezaisWebcam at the storks nest, Lindheim, Germany
Watching and waiting - they should be flying off pretty soon now! Wondering how high up this nest is? I wouldn't want to be that person up on the ladder earlier this spring! I was so devastated when the one chick was booted from the nest. Mother Nature is hard to watch sometimes.
JoAnn, Pennsylvania ★★★★★Webcam at the storks nest, Lindheim, Germany
It wouldn't surprise me if a parent threw out the weakling. It happened at this nest with a previous brood; then, the 3 bigger youngsters had been tormenting their smaller sibling & it seemed a kindness to end its misery. This year, the 4th chick seemed quite feisty.
Chollymum, Hertford & CezaisWebcam at the storks nest, Lindheim, Germany
Please do not break my heart and tell me the 4th and smallest of the young storks (who seemed just fine), was not rescued by whoever was in the May video cleaning around the nest area, and removing debris from the baby storks themselves. He was wearing a blue glove on his left hand. The title of that video was "Rescue Operation."
I emailed several weeks ago asking, and I'm asking again: What became of the 4th, the smallest of the young storks. I saw a still partial picture weeks ago of what looked like a man reaching into the nest, putting a blue vest-type cover on the smallest of the 4 storks. Is this accurate?? Was the smallest of the 4 young storks removed from the nest for its safety and health?? Please respond to my email!
What happened to the two baby drains?
Paulette, Ashtabula OhioWebcam at the pond of Makov Center
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