The female moves to the large branch on the right, then the male joins her from the nest
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EJ's Photo Thread Balgavies Loch Ospreys 2020
In reply to MaryGK:
Sorry, I forgot to post these yesterday
The Osprey on the right had a fish
©FaLS Tweed Valley
One is incubating now - the cup must be deep as certainly couldn't see the eggs in those earlier captures.
I watched for ages about half an hour ago hoping the male would return, but no. At one point Mrs O turned the eggs. The picture kept flicking on and off and at one point it was off for a while and when it came back Mrs O was facing in the opposite direction.
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The camera is still freezing badly.
I think it was Mrs.O who was stretching, and is now incubating, which appeared after a camera freeze.
Both birds present....one incubating and one on the perch No idea what that wild looking bundle on the R is Lots offreezes of the camera
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Normal looking scene at Tweed Valley
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In reply to Starling:
In reply to Sandra :
Something in front of the sitting Osprey?
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