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Old Sunday 9th September 2018, 16:17   #26
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Yes, this webcam is very interesting to watch. It's does seem to be programmed.
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Old Tuesday 25th December 2018, 10:38   #27
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Saw Cormorants, Coots, Mallards, Wigeon, Lapwing. Shoveler. Black-tailed Godwit
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Old Tuesday 15th January 2019, 12:45   #28
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I saw Mallards, Eurasian Teals, Northern Pintails, Northern Shovelers, Gadwalls, (Greylag?) Geese, a Common Shelduck, Eurasian Coots, Eurasian Spoonbills, a White Stork, Great Cormorants, a (Yellow- legged?) Gull, Northern Lapwings and a Common Snipe :)

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Old Friday 18th January 2019, 16:05   #29
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Osprey today :) (and a Common Pochard)
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Old Monday 21st January 2019, 15:08   #30
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Osprey today :) (and a Common Pochard)
Super. What impressive birds they are. Last year was the first no show year in my home town since I moved here. I get passovers most years. Here's hoping for spring this year.
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Old Tuesday 22nd January 2019, 16:44   #31
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They are impressive birds indeed! Unfortunetly in Austria, they don't breed. You can only observe them on migration. Looking forward to spring as well, hopefully I can see one again! :)
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Currently getting up close and personal:
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Old Thursday 28th February 2019, 12:17   #33
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Cattle Egret today
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Old Monday 25th March 2019, 10:19   #34
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Old Monday 30th March 2020, 18:38   #35
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https://www.birdcenter.org/en/birds/...urdaibai-marsh
The two webcams are still operating and showing plenty of birds.
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Old Friday 5th June 2020, 16:44   #36
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Currently a roosting subadult Med Gull here (pic attached). Haven't seen one here before. Also seen the usual Spoonbill, Little Egret, and Black-winged Stilt, but also a Spotted Redshank. The new camera position is much better for good views and ID.
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Currently a roosting subadult Med Gull here (pic attached). Haven't seen one here before. Also seen the usual Spoonbill, Little Egret, and Black-winged Stilt, but also a Spotted Redshank. The new camera position is much better for good views and ID.
I also noted the Med Gull but hadn't realised they'd changed the camera position.
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I also noted the Med Gull but hadn't realised they'd changed the camera position.
Oh, I was just contrasting this with the way it used to be a couple of years ago, not that this current position is recently new. Sorry, should have been clearer.
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Old Monday 27th July 2020, 11:06   #39
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Increasing nos. of waders , Egrets and Gulls just now, Things are starting to move. Also 15 minutes ago a sizeable group of Warthog traversing one of the larger islands, with plenty of young, all hurrying along somewhere rather quickly.
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Plenty of birds around this morning,Including Egrets,Spoonbills and Waders.Also a few White Storks have came In.This Is a fantastic webcam.Well worth a watch for 10 minutes.
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Webcam seems to be down just now.The page Is still a few days behind.I think there are messages about this on the page but my Spanish Is not very good.
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Back up and running again,with a good selection of birds around.
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