In reply to Karen:
Still together just now, but then 33 flew off.
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In reply to Alison Copland:
Hay Ho Maya has been raiding the cattle feeders again LOL
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There has been a change over - 33 now incubating
Maya returns .. I am always waiting on her sitting down next to 33
She doesn't but instead stands for a bit letting 33 have a little snooze.
Eventually they change over and 33 flies off leaving Maya incubating.
Then 33 returns and snuggles down beside her ... he really is the most!
This pair are inseparable :-)
As I type Maya has got up and having a scratch
And she soon snuggles down again
Thanks for the new thread, Karen. You have been busy this morning!
Thanks, Everyone, for the pics and posts. 33 certainly is endearing when he settles down next to Maya.
Kind regards, Ann
In reply to Gardenbirder:
Thanks for all the pics and posts since I last was here yesterday morning.
At last a nest that looks dry this morning.
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In reply to MaryGK:
Hope the weather forecast is correct that it is going to get warmer before the littleones start to appear
In reply to patily:
Morning Mary, Patily and ALL
The days continue to tick by and it is now 35 days since Maya laid the first egg!
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