I haven't found a good view of the new baby yet, this was the "best" so far - it was about to be sat on:
Tiger's Osprey Info & World Bird Cams
Just looked in and got my first proper look!
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Gosh it's doing well.
I was going to say that #3 was on the learning curve as it was tumbled over at feeding time - but look!
#2 down and #3 raring to go!
All three up and begging :)))
And so it goes on ;)
Lassie making sure it gets a bit
That's #3's feet in the air you can see:
Clever little critter, it wriggled over onto its side and then up, but it's currently facing the wrong way ;)
I need to take a break now, I look forward to lots of snaps of the healthy trio to catch up on :)
Another feed ongoing, but the little one fell on it's back early on and still trying hard to get up.
It looks as tho both #2 and #3 are on their backs, exposing their fat tummies!
Food behind you #3!
How did #2 and #3 end up on their backs
#2 is now up,begging and fed.
#3 is still down but struggling occasionally.... come on little chappy
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