Link to last post on Loch of the Lowes – April 2018
Summary of the season so far:
LF15/Lassie arrived back 20 March and LM12/Laddie on 29 March. The pair are currently incubating three eggs - #1 laid 14 April, #2 laid 16 April and #3 on 19 April and are due to hatch later this month.
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In reply to Karen:
Lassie got a frosty tail this morning too.
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In reply to MaryGK:
I took this snip a while back, and forgot to post it. Laddie arrived fishless, and Lassie gave him a good talking to and he flew off again.
Good morning Mary, nice capture. I must have just missed Laddie.
Lassie incubating, looks like it's going to be another nice day.
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In reply to Starling:
Well I'm obviously still half asleep. Thank you for starting the new thread Karen, I didn't even notice, I forgot today was the start of May :)
He was only there for a wee bit, Lassie was nagging big time, so after a couple of wing flaps, off he went. :-)
It is always nice to see the sun shining and dry weather when they are incubating. Long may it last.
Busy woodpecker in the background Lassie has her head down, sleeping
In reply to patily:
Sorry It was Laddie incubating and Lassie has now returned and nagging him to get off the eggs, which he does and has flown
Looks a bit windy here but at least it is dry. Looks like Laddie incubating just now
Laddie brought in a decent size fish about 10 mins ago.
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