Wow it is almost midnight here, and I am just back to see I should begin the new thread! I was all day in hospital. Looks as if GJ and EJ have been companiably lounging together on the same branch even though he is not bringing her fish. Here is the scene on an empty nest that has a whole lot of junk in its center.© RSPB - Loch Garten and Carnyx Wild
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Karen B said:Rather liked this pretty licheny stick EJ brought to the nest
Me too, BIRDSONG, and it looked lovely in the sky :)
She flew out-down-left sharply and I couldn't see any more of her after she passed under the right side of the nest :(
Rather liked this pretty licheny stick EJ brought to the nest around 20:48 in the evening sunshine (actually have a little rain here in London!)
EJ to nest piping, alert - now waiting...
Hello again all, a sort of quiet day again. Glad that EJ has had her fish supper for today. Lovely photos, thanks for the updates. Leaving tomorrow for Nethy Bridge and hopefully going to see EJ and George and meeting up with Mary. Can't wait!!! We are down for a week, so I am sure more that one visit will be on the cards! So EJ, do you hear me, stay where you are and no deciding to fly back to Africa!
Lovely video scylla, and captures, Limpy. I love seeing her! Back to the hospital now.
Limpy said:A proud lady osprey,
Definitely SYAL now :)
A proud lady osprey, Afternoon Patily I hope all is well with you and that you had a good time at Manton bay
She's standing very regally there
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