03:35 nightcam is still on and I am sure many have great anticipation and hope that today's viewing will confirm what some suspected yesterday - that we are indeed witnessing what could be the dawn of a new era at this amazing nest. Will the female we saw yesterday return? Will she be able to attract the attention of a worthy suitor? Time will tell. Some, but not all questions we have may be answered today.
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In reply to Birdie Num Num:
Hello Andrea Here are two links, to explain BTO Rings and also the Blue Darvic Rings These explain much better than I. ukospreys.uk/darvic-rings.htm www.bto.org/.../about Ringing generates information on the survival, productivity and movements of birds, helping us to understand why populations are changing.
Morning all. I also heard wing flaps and it sounded like someone was on the nest cam post at about 6am.
Cam has moved
Cam on the move :-)
Edit: and back to nest view as Moffer's capture above.
Good Morning all Another gorgeous stunning day up here in the highlands just checking in for any of our girl from yesterday activity hope you’re all fine :)
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