In reply to Karen:
Karen W said: I wanted to see the time recorded on their video. It is 08:03
I have this @ 07:00* - not a good view :(
*After which my recorder stopped recording - not the first time it's done it this season, and it's 100% reliable on other laptops/nests :-/
Eek! It's just dawned on me that, unable to see what I'm doing from a distance, I might be hitting the Pause button by mistake...
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SCYLLA - thanks for the video and there are definitely four eggs at 07:00 :-)
Still from your video
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Well caught :-)
Just has to be 33 arriving!
plonks the stick down on Maya
then decides to move it
Maya flies off leaving 33 to incubate
which he does
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In reply to Cathy:
Cathy said:He is as subtle as a brick!
He shoved her off and got to incubate, but not for long as she returned the gesture ;)
His last activity was to try to crowd her out with this stuff:
Maya showed us 4 eggs nice 'n clear:
Maya peacefully incubating
33 arrives. Maya wont get up and he settles beside her
Awww bless him, just came here to post Karen and seen your caps. Will post anyway seeing as I have the Cap.
Budge up Maya and I can get down beside you Ha Ha...
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PS: That is a great view of the 4 eggs in your screen caps at 2.17 pm. Hope it all goes well for them and they can see four to fledging again.
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