You're welcome Jane :-)
Maya laid the first egg early evening on 29 March so we are now approaching 2 days so possible anytime from now.
Good time to post latest FB post from Rutland as they have said every other day and to keep our eyes peeled for any signs.
But last year Maya laid her second egg 3 days after the first and I think is the normal so personally I would think tomorrow but we just never know and especially with Maya and 33 for we know they like to be early :-)
Looking at the egg as Maya flew off a little while ago
In reply to Karen:
23:02 Maya turns the egg
23:54 Maya dozing
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