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Summary of the season so far:
Maya arrived back 12 March and Blue 33(11),on 14 March. The pair are currently incubating three eggs - #1 laid 28 March, #2 laid 31 March and #3 on 3 April.
Maya and 33 have incubated these eggs for 34 days now and in a few days we should see the first hatching of the season and another record broken!
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In reply to Karen:
Good Morning All
You are on the ball Karen :-) TKU
The bit of a sunrise this morning.
Snipped @ 0518
and at 05.38
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In reply to MaryGK:
Awww they are both watching the sunrise LOL....
The sunrise has progressed to the big white mushroom stage now.
33 is still sitting beside Maya. Oh she got a good one when she got him :-)
We had a 'Mary Mushroom' while you were away!
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In reply to Mike:
33 has flown
In reply to patily:
Morning all and thanks Mary for posting the beautiful sunrise. Stargazing last night so easy for me just to pop in and start the threads :-)
What a pleasure it is to see it dry here - scene just now
Morning, Karen. 33 came in earlier with that big straight stick on the left. I wasn't fast enough to capture the moment. I think Maya then sent him off to get breakfast.
In reply to Alison Copland:
Hi Alison, thanks, missed that but I see the stick!!
Well no breakfast in nest for Maya but 33 is keeping her company :-))
Oh, how sweet ... Maya has just got up and turned around so there are together .. awwww
I'm off out now with my dog as it is a lovely day here. SYAL
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