In reply to patily:
Maya has just landed
Here was Maya returning and as your shot stays on nest.
a few wingers
In reply to SunnyKate2:
3 chicks settled down together and Maya has gone
A youngster takes off and returns to a crowded side of the nest. I am assuming it was T7! (Edit: confirmed by the Blog that Mike posted below!)
Maya has been nibbling at various sticks on the rim, moving them a bit
and then tries to move a larger stick/branch
Someone is flapping a lot - T6 or T8 possibly. Not confidently flapping to take off, so probably not T7!
12.28 Maya has flown. Big flaps!!
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Edit: I think it was T6 who was flapping, but I can't read the ring properly
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In reply to SheilaFE:
All three youngsters are on the nest
Details of a follow-up book by Ken Davies, following the life of Ozzie, the young osprey.
3 young on the nest 2 resting One standing preening
One keeps helicoptering out of the picture but I can't see the ring T6 perhaps
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