I see you have also joined the Easter Egg Hunt Starling - fun isn't it? :-D
Edit Sorry got side tracked. It's very frustrating. I'm trying to do too many things at once here and nearly flagged your post LOL
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Maya took off for a short break leaving 33 to incubate (perhaps she was calling wanting break).
She has now returned and once 33 rose, once again settled down to incubate.
Night cam is on which often gives a better view of the eggs and can only see two.
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Off for the night now - BFN
A crazy bodyclock has its advantages (as long as one has crazy priorities too!).
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One for Mary - a bit too early but I might not be here for a later dawn:
The sun's coming up fast, by the time I crop the snap it's got lighter still!
Definitely looks like 3 eggs now. - Great News!!!!!
I looked at just after 6 am Scylla but didn't think there would be much of a sunrise this morning, too cloudy. So closed the cam down.
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Morning ALL and thanks for earlier captures especially the eggs - thanks SCYLLA for the capture and vid. Well Spotted! Definitely 3 eggs :-D
Maya has just returned with some nesting material.
33 continues to incubate and Maya flies off again.
Blue S1(15) their first offspring arrived back at Rutland on Saturday. I wonder if he will pop in to say hello to mum and dad?
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