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Onboard Truck cam Driving down Tuborg vej heading for the free port area to the Norway ship port Copenhagen Denmark. MAN 430 truck and Samsung Galaxi S3 cam...A nice easy steady drive with 28tons of sugar loaded.
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Part two of footage with Solo on the nest and the Baroness back behind the branches off of the back bedroom. Baron flies in and lands on the branch by the nest. Solo continues to stay on the nest - he is tired and closes his eyes showing us a very full crop. Mom and Dad will continue to feed him off the nest as long as he remains in the area. At this point, Solo is just shy of 6 months of age - he is 175 days old today. He will be learning to hunt but will still be relying on eating carrion and stealing prey in addition to food deliveries by the Baron and Baroness. Solo drops down to Mom's branch below the nest and shortly after he leaves the nest, the Baroness comes out from behind the branches and hops on a different branch in view. I believe she was waiting for Solo to leave the nest fi...
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The Baron flies in from the left and does a drop & go with a live fish for Solo and leaves. Solo watches the flopping fish for a while before standing on it and then eating it. At 8:18 he swallows the fish tail. Thank you for watching! Video captured & edited by Lady Hawk Courtesy of: https://en.zooom.no/eagles-nest/live
Solo flew in today and landed on the lower branch below the nest where Mom likes to perch. At 0:27 you can see Solo fly in with Slow motion. He stayed over two hours! At 4:52 you will see closeup zooming of Solo - he is just beautiful! At 12:44 you will see Solo leaving in SLO MO as he flies out over the water. Solo is 115 days old today!! Thanks for visiting the nest Solo and letting us see just how well you doing on your own! Thank you for watching! Video captured & edited by Lady Hawk Courtesy of: https://en.zooom.no/eagles-nest/live
Hi SOLO!!! :) Solo flew to the left side of the nest tree this afternoon before dark and vocalizes on his way in. A couple seconds later, a parent flies over the water. At 0:31 mark I slowed his arrival down so you can see him fly over to the neighboring tree where he is roosting for the evening. I am sure we will be hearing his vocals in the morning and maybe see him visit or fly by. Thank you for watching! Video captured & edited by Lady Hawk Please visit our new facebook group for Solo & Mom and Dad https://www.facebook.com/groups/169788106908839/ Courtesy of: https://en.zooom.no/eagles-nest/live
This is the last of my blogs about my 2017 trip to Norway. In this video I look at the Sony FDR-X3000 4K action-cam. What makes this mini camera different from all the other POV cameras on the market right now is it's built in gimbal that helps stabilise shots no matter where you use it.
In the nest of the White Tailed Eagles in Smola Islands Norway, Baroness Barefoot feeds her young baby. Beautiful closeups of the feeding. This tiny bobblehead is less than 2 weeks old and is now in the structural phase of rapid weight gain and building bones, muscle, tissue and feathers. The eaglet can not thermoregulate yet and must still spend a lot of time underneath Mom for protection from the elements. Thermal down in just starting to come in. This is the nest of Baron Blue & Baroness Barefoot - Smola Island Norway's White Tailed Eagles. They have been watched since 2015 when they had 2 successful eaglets fledge and last year, they had two eaglets hatch but one did not survive. The other one fledged and was subsequently seen months later flying around the area! This season, 2 eggs ...
Solo is 3 weeks old now and experiencing rapid growth. Dad delivers a live flopping fish & the Baroness claims it and starts feeding Solo. Solo, at 22 days old is about a foot tall and weighs about 2-2.5 pounds and will gain a pound every 4-5 days. Solo has the secondary thermal coat of down now which acts as an excellent insulator. Thank you for watching! Video captured & edited by Lady Hawk Courtesy of Zooom Nordic Wild Eagles Nest: https://en.zooom.no/eagles-nest/live
Baron Blue flies onto his branch late in the afternoon and spends the night at the nest tree. In the early morning hours we have a gorgeous red sunrise as Dad preens. At 6:37 Dad starts to vocalize and throws his head back. A few minutes later he flies off for the day but at 8:42 listen closely as you will hear more vocals far away. Thank you for watching! Video captured & edited by Lady Hawk For those interested there is a new facebook group for Solo at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/169788106908839/ Courtesy of: https://en.zooom.no/eagles-nest/live
Baron Blue flies in with a live flopping fish and Solo grabs it and it is still moving. He ends up dropping it but goes to stand on it. WTG Solo! Dad leaves and Solo gets to self feed. He swallowed the large fish tail whole at 16:24. He was very hungry - last food delivery was on 6.29.17. Fishing may have been poor - eagles are opportunistic hunters and do not get to eat every day. This is an important lesson for Solo as he will also not eat everyday when he is on his own. Young eagles do not know how to hunt - it is a skill learned through trial and error and through observation and can take up to a year for an eagle to successful catch his own prey on a regular basis. So when Solo leaves the nest, he will survive on carrion and prey he can steal from others until he learns how to hunt. ...
For the very first time, Solo grabs the live fish as the Baroness arrives with it in her talons. He showed no fear of it flapping, but he instantly grabbed it with his beak. Congratulations Solo on this great milestone. Mom does get the fish back and serves it up to Solo who accepts it gladly. Today has been an exceptional day for deliveries - I haven't uploaded all of them but there have been at least 6 fish deliveries between both the Baron and Baroness today. All have eaten well on the nest today. Thank you for watching! Video captured & edited by Lady Hawk Courtesy of: https://en.zooom.no/eagles-nest/live
Either the Baron or Baroness flew in very late in the afternoon today to the branch below the nest and remains perched there overnight. It was very quiet and still today. I did not see Solo fly by but he very well might have earlier in the day. When it becomes daylight, we might hear or see Solo nearby. Thank you for watching! Video captured & edited by Lady Hawk Courtesy of: https://en.zooom.no/eagles-nest/live
The Norwegian newspaper Tidens Krav is broadcasting live pictures from an eagle's nest in Smøla. The Couple at this nest are Named Baron & Baroness. The municipality of Smøla is located on the Atlantic coast between Kristiansund and Trondheim. Smøla consists of 5800 islands, islets and reefs. On one of these islands, Baron Blå (the blue baron) reigns. The 11-year old white-tailed male eagle has got his name from the two blue rings on his legs.The baron has successfully nested here for the last four years. The nest is eight meters up in an old pine tree. Cam Link: http://www.tk.no/vis/direktevideo/reir# RaptorCentral Forum: http://www.raptor-central.com
Solo is 11 weeks old today. He begins the day playing with the spike extension - exercising his talons by gripping it. He has not taken the leap of faith yet to branch - every eaglet does in their own time. He can technically branch and fledge at any time now. The average age for eaglets in the US to fledge is around 83 days (branching prior). Solo is 77 days old. Thank you for watching! Video captured & edited by Lady Hawk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHIcx2h43xo Courtesy of: