Tiger's Osprey Info & World Bird Cams
In reply to patily:
patily said:Thanks IAN and RICHARD Will look for those markingsnext time Of course, just to be awkward, Aila is currently facing the camera
Patily, if you get the chance to scroll back to 18.30 (plus or minus a few minutes) on 1 May, you will see Louis incubating & Aila standing to the left of the cup,. They are helpfully both showing the backs of their heads & the difference in markings are quite clear. Ian
Thank you for all your pictures , not been capturing any for a bit as problems with Laptop
Plane flew past nest around 6.34pm, but I believe not the first time recently . Think it may be
a Hercules again. Look just above the Birch Tree in the pic.
Patily, here are a couple of pictures of the backs of their heads.
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Deer have been browsing under the birch tree - at first I thought one was Louis messing around in the low branches, then it was a goose, lol, then I realised it was a deer and there were at least two. Too small to bother with snaps/vids.
Aila has been looking out in Louis's direction for the longest time.
Thank you Scylla . I saw the deer too
Aila had a nice quiet night, only involving egg-turning and a poop:
We've been maligning her (well, I have), calling her a scaredy-cat, cowardy-custard - but she can see things we cannot, until tonight:
No more intrusions.
Aila had a 30-second flyabout:
Louis hasn't visited yet - not that we'd expect him to this early but it's not unknown for him to.
FISH !!! !!! !!!
Editing in snap - no better view of fish was available. Aila didn't hang around too long.
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