I haven't checked the nest for a while but it is continuing to look well there
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In reply to Starling:
Starling said:Mary -, osprey watching has become a full time job :)
You can say that again Starling, I have to be very strict with myself or I would sit here all day just watching the various webcams
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In reply to MaryGK:
MaryGK said:You can say that again Starling, I have to be very strict with myself or I would sit here all day just watching the various webcams
LOL Mary don't forget the umpteen FB groups, emails from various sites, chat on the cams that have it, blogs and also this forum, all need to be kept up with, I find you can fall behind very quickly nowadays
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I am exhausted just reading that Starling Ha Ha....
I see a crow took Iris's egg yesterday.
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MaryGK said:I see a crow took Iris's egg yesterday.
Yes Mary, probably for the best, her partner Louis is a waster he has another nest.
From the snippets I have seen on FB Starling, I gathered just that, what you called him It is such a shame she cannot find another male like Stan.
MaryGK said:It is such a shame she cannot find another male like Stan.
He was a special one - I'll never forget him staying behind for the sake of injured Crown Royale, he was thin as a rake by the time CR was mended and he could leave.
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I heard about this greylag goose at York railway station on the radio yesterday, see link below. Ian www.bbc.co.uk/.../uk-england-york-north-yorkshire-52526589
There is a time lag on the time on this cam as well. Maybe its the light but I cannot see the 3 eggs!!!
Will see later if any of the birds sit to incubate.
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