In reply to scylla:
Sorry I missed you, MIKE - Good Morning! :)
I'm assuming that the osprey in the tall tree was Aran and the one with the fish was/is KA0.
"Aran" was in the tall tree twice:
This is the current status - we're resting:
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Good morning everyone,
How lovely to see them this morning. Thank you for your reports and snapshots.
Scylla, I had a looked at my recordings and I can't find a fish delivery. Only because I couldn't find the delivery, I believe the osprey eating the fish in the tree is Aran.
At 07h41 - Someone eating in this tree
Then the camera panned to this other tree and found someone, who I belive is KA0.
Cam followed and osprey landed on the same tree.
I have to go out soon, but I am recording. So far no tech problems, fingers crossed...
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In reply to Birdie Num Num:
Good morning, BIRDIE - glad to see that your tech is fine today :)
Birdie Num Num said: I can't find a fish delivery. Only because I couldn't find the delivery, I believe the osprey eating the fish in the tree is Aran.
Whilst I'm relieved you can't find the delivery, I'm sorry our opinions differ. Glaslyn peeps will have to pronounce judgement for us.
I woke up at about 02:00 and couldn't get back to sleep, so am going to have a lie-down now - will be recording of course, like you :)
Morning All - just popping in to say thanks BIRDIE for the wonderful compilation of KA4's last day. It was lovely and a really nice thing to do.
Also thanks everyone for all those close up's of KA0 - they were gorgeous.
Scene just now
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Good morning, KAREN :)
scylla said:am going to have a lie-down now
Got a second wind and had 'breakfast'.
The more I look at the scene on cam, the more I have to agree that it's Aran. If so, where's KA0? Did she fly south from the tall tree?
She shouldn't be turning up screeching soon, as no-one is fishing for her.
The cam person is on the hunt for whoever it is. I can hear a juvenile calling
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