Thanks for the night time video SCYLLA - poor Aila no wonder she is frightened, having something flying at you in the dark is very scary. She did herself proud though.
At the moment:-
Louis incubating, then Aila just landed with a bit of bark, and tip toed around the nest with it :-)
After a wee while Louis eventually lets her incubate and flies off.
I thought Aila was so funny going round about Louis with that piece of bark. Louis is looking at the bark as though to say you didn't leave me some fish then :-)
Aila takes over
Is is nodding off mode now
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In reply to patily:
Aila returned with a crash-landing:
She had brought a small barky stick and was toppling over, trying to walk with it:
She walked all around the nest with it, trying to think where to place it - and here we leave her at a cliff-hanging point, as she has her little stick caught in a larger stick (the one we've not long got rid ot?) and may be about to lift it to block our view :o
I say "cliff-hanging" because that was at the end of a one-hour clip and I can't access the next one because it's been put to bed, which is where I'm going now - SYAL :)
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Ohhh !!! Good morning, MARY :-*
I was just trying to get that done before logging off and I didn't refresh and see your post - good to see your video of what I described and glad we didn't disagree on anything ;)
Back later *yawn* xxx
In reply to scylla:
We've been maligning her (well, I have), calling her a scaredy-cat, cowardy-custard - but she can see things we cannot, until tonight:
Very well captured scylla.
I almost wondered if an alien had built a new house overnight when I looked in earlier on the nest this morn...
Do you think this pair are planning on smoking some fish later....? They seem to have collected enough bark for the job.
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