Dylan was incubating since cam started @ 07.04, 5F arrived at 07.16 but he waited four minutes before he eventually got up and let 5F incubate.
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Update from John Williams
Good Morning All
Thank You Korky for the link to JW's excellent blog.
Looks like its 5F on nest this morning. Wind isn't quite so bad today.
Hatch watch from 25th May onwards.....
EDIT: 5F has spotted something
Dylan brought in a nice trout for 5F at around 08.18 hrs
I've been ignoring this couple for WEEKS! Now how can I remember to set the download @ 07:00?
Wow! I've set an alarm on my phone, what brilliant thinking, if I say so myself?!
I see that John was rather hurt by negative feedback to "Seren", so I shall try to remember to call her that.
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In reply to AG:
AG said:Dylan delivered a perch at 16.08, 48 hours since the last known delivery. Very windy at LC, not good fishing conditions.
I'm glad I wasn't following! But that trout that MARY snapped was a big improvement on the fish I used to see Dylan bring in :)
In reply to scylla:
See? I missed the first 10 minutes because of other commitments, I can't be paralysed watching 'n waiting :(
Still, only a 10-minute rollback was not too difficult to cope with
She has been fiddling with the large piece of bark in front of her, and gave us a sight of the eggs but the sun meant they were very unclear:
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