In reply to Karen:
33 has flown and Maya turns the egg - can just see it!
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Karen W said:Video was recorded at 20:49. She is low in the nest until 2.55 minutes into video and I suspect when it could have been laid
I'd agree Karen. Great news to start the day thanks
33 returned and when rolling the egg towards him - a glimmer but more or less impossible to capture
then as if not hard enough Maya covers it with straw
33 has flown and Maya has settled down
Off now - look back later today SYL
In reply to Mike:
Quick catch up
Fish @ 10:43
Maya flew off. 33 rearranges the straw so we have no chance of seeing anything.
But I do like this snap of 33 looking at his precious egg
10:56 33 still settled in his favourite position
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