In reply to Sandra :
11:58 An unringed juvenile has landed on the nest
PT5, left, and PT4 mantling
Unringed juvenile landing (top, right)
PT5 left the nest
PT4 'Shoo!' Intruding juvenile flew off (right of pic)
Still no fish deliveries
The un ringed Juvenile. Thanks for the alert Sandra.
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In reply to Mike:
It was such a surprise Mike, PT4 and PT5 had been mantling beforehand
13:25(ish) Laddie delivered a fish, PT4 grabbed it, PT5 grabbed Laddie's foot not once, but twice, then went to 'attack' him before he flew from the nest
14:10(ish) An awful fish handover for Laddie courtesy of PT5 who, in attempting to grab the fish, assaulted his dad. He did manage to claim it. Poor Laddie
Laddie almost off the left edge of the nest
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In reply to Starling:
Hopefully not too far away from its natal nest, Starling :)
20:10 I've not seen any other fish deliveries today
Better late than never ;) I saw your remark on Glaslyn.
Sound (almost) synced. I let it run a bit to hear that the birds were still protesting, it went on longer than that.
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