LM12 arrived on Friday 15 March, and his regular mate, LF15, on Saturday 23 March. Since then, we've seen them renewing their bond, with skydancing, mating, fish, mating, more fish, more mating, oh, and perfecting the nest. Going on their past performance from the 4 years they've been together, I reckon we can expect the first egg to be laid anytime from 4 April onwards. (Thanks to Chloe B and Tiger for this fabulous data-rich website)
You did do it right Korky, thank you.
One asleep in the nest - easy guess, Lassie
Good Morning all
Thank You for the new thread Korky
Lassie on esge of nest waiting on breakfast
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Thanks Korky for the new thread and intro.
I cannot remember, does Lassie usually lay her eggs late evening/during the night?
In reply to Karen:
Karen W said:I cannot remember, does Lassie usually lay her eggs late evening/during the night?
I just checked the threads for her first year, (2015) and all three eggs were laid late evening 8pm-11pm-ish. It takes so long to scroll through all the posts that I've not done subsequent years. But someone else may have an easier to read log of her laying times for 2016-18.
Silly me. I forgot Chloe B and Tiger's wonderful website has it all!
Loch of the Lowes Nest Stats
Great start, thank you KORKY :-*
A while ago there was quite a prolonged intruder episode but it didn't get violent:
Just lassie on the nest now, standing over her nestcup.
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KORKY - C&T's Imagicat site is in my signature - I don't think that BIRDIE's wonderful daily stats are included and keep meaning to check and add, but...
Evening , I only have one picture today and it follows on from my posts late yesterday on
heavy log moving.. I think Laddie is weight lift training Gosh it was like Osprey Central
today .. wait on one and they fly in at once lol. Glad to see all the arrivals
Def. good training for carrying large fish!!!
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