Continued from April 2019
The season so far:
Maya arrived back 14 March and Blue 33(11) on 23 March. They are currently incubating 4 eggs laid 2, 5, 8 and 11 April with the first expected to hatch around 9 May
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I managed to get a fairly good shot of yesterday evening's fish, to reassure all :)
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Thanks for the link to last night's fish Scylla. I am glad to see it was a decent sized fish.
This morning when I looked in around 5.30am, 33 was incubating so I am wondering if he is sharing duties overnight as he did last season.
33 is currently incubating having taken over Maya so perhaps she is off with a fish?
Karen I seen the change over, no fish I am afraid, actually Maya looked like she wasn't going to move, then I thought he was going to lie down beside her, but after a bit of padding along side her she eventually flew off and he got control of the eggs LOL....
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While I was posting above, Maya arrived back to take over from 33
Quite a dreary scene here as Maya continues to shield her eggs.
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