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26.02.2018

Web-camera on a nest of White-tailed Eagle streams online in Tatarstan Republic, Russia

National Park “Nizhnaya Kama” presents an online broadcasting from a nest of White-tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla). The broadcasting in implemented under a scientific and eco-educational project “Nestling life of a White-tailed Eagle in National Park “Nizhnaya Kama”. Project leader – Rinur Bekmansurov, the head of a Nature Museum department of the National Park.

First frames: renovation of the nest:

The project was funded by “Tatneft” and “Prikamneft”. Equipment was provided by “Fort Dialog” company, Naberezhniye Chelny. Telecommunications provider – Tattelecom.

The nest is located on a pine tree at a height of 35 meters near the top. In October 2017 “Prilkamneft” provided electricity supply to the nest. Choosing camera and other equipment became a difficult question Thus, the nest was equipped with the camera only in February of 2018. By the first plan, we want to set the camera much lower, to observe the nest from the side. But by the time of work implementation, we realize that we should place camera higher to not disturb the birds and attend less attention towards it. It takes several days for birds to get used for the camera. Eagles arrived at the nest just for a few seconds and sprinted away. It seemed they will never return to this nest… Finally, on February 25 an adult bird arrived with new twigs in her claws and add them to the nest. It was a good sign! We hoped the breeding season will be good for this pair and observers will watch and comment its life online.

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