Link to June 2019 thread (Following Karen's excellent example of providing useful links....)
On 1 July, chick 1 is 30 days old. Chick 2, from egg 3, is 27 days old.
Apart from the sad failure-to-hatch of egg 2 , everything has been reasonably settled on the nest, and Louis is in the running for Mary's 'Fisherman of the Year Award'.
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You're fine, KORKY, Louis didn't bring another fish ;) Thank you for an excellent starting post!
The (wet) scene at midnight:
It's still raining now but there have been no disturbances, apart from the chicks dislodging Aila every now 'n then.
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Sadly the scene has not improved any. Aila is "coorying doon" as we would say.
I doubt if Louis will find fishing this morning very easy.
Thanks for starting the new thread Korky
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About 10-15 mins ago Aila took a fly around. Came back to the nest and picked up a fish tail that was lying there.
The Bobs weren't interested at first so she ate quite a few pieces herself.
Then they decided they wanted some, oh how she made that ole fish tail last :-)
All Gone and she tries to cover them up again
'Twas indeed a biggie Ian
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Well...that half a bush Louis just brought in...didn't want to stay long!!
And over the side it is heading
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Louis just brought a mega fish
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