Mike that is amazing. I actually took a couple of captures of the EG earlier today as it was in the same spot on the nest for ages and I did wonder if it was sitting on an egg. I am really disappointed to return and see that the Mods have not reinstated the Manton Bay thread I set up yesterday. We really need it up and running so I have tried and managed to set up a new thread using a slightly different naming format. If and when the Mods reinstate the old thread, I will rename it “do not use”. I think this is best. I will post a link here shortly.
EDIT: Unfortunately, and I do not know why but the Mods have removed the thread again.
Birdies LG DU update.
EDIT. They were....but now they've gone!!???? all three of them!!
Mike, the system has removed it again for Moderation. Honestly this is beyond a joke. They disappeared when I copied over Rutland site links and previous thread links (useful links). LOL, the reserved posts are that I can copy of the earlier posts. I'll have another go setting up without useful links. Fingers crossed.
Edit - I see you have done one Mike - thanks.
In reply to Mike:
Mike B said:I have just missed the most amazing snap!!
Me too >:(
I was going to mention how frequently I've been getting the Ouches Dang 'n blast !!!
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At last :-D the Manton Bay thread has now been set up to record all nest activity leaving this thread free for recording news of all the other nests and projects.
Link to Manton Bay - March 2019
BLOG from Rutland with details of the tracked birds...…...don't get excited … just yet!
Thanks for the blog link Mike and yes I am excited reading 30(05) is on the move. I find it quite amazing that she starts her journey homewards around this time every year.
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