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In reply to SheilaFE:
SheilaFE said:There was an intruder around not too long ago - from Heather
Sheila, thanks for confirming it was an intruder. I noticed at 12h28 something was disturbing Mrs G. She flapped her wings and called, but I couldn't see who it was. Perhaps that was when the intruder was around.
Crack in Egg#3 a little more noticeable now.
The chicks move it and the shell can be seen from a different angle, no crack on this side.
Aran gets near the cup...
.... but Mrs G arrives with a call, not sure she is complaining about a crow or telling Aran not to brood.
Another look at Egg#3
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In reply to Birdie Num Num:
Aran carefully placed a bark strip onto MrsG's back - it didn't get her up but the Ravens did!
Due to the usual tech tangles, I'm all behind - but having been bamboozled by #1 dropping a fish morsel onto #2's back and me only seeing "blood streaming down #2's back", I did a vid of the story:
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Scylla, thank you so much for doing that video. I love it
I made a mess of a post full of snapshots of the bark and the chicks and the eggs, all in the wrong order so I deleted it. And my wifi is not good today either. Much appreciated
Another feed - Mrs.G certainly makes sure they get fed often enough.
I think this is a bit of fish or guts on the chicks head
I don't think I have seen Mrs.G zoomed in so much
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EJ's Photo Thread Balgavies Loch Ospreys 2020
Live fish at 16h15
Mrs G has started feeding the chicks.
Chick#2 is ready and waiting
Chick#1 at the front ends up with bits on its head
Chick#2 gets Mom's attention too.
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