In reply to Sandra :
21:35 B33 had left
Maya's been trying to do some crop-clearing:
She'f very tired - who wouldn't be?!
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Morning ALL and thanks for all the updates and captures.
the sun is now up and can't see too clearly for the glare
sun is forecast today but also strong winds!
Thankfully they are to ease from later today
FISH @ 06;27
Maya is quickly up and starts feeding the chicks
06:28 33 flies off
06:31 very difficult to make out but all chicks appear to be lined up and being fed with #4 at the front!
06:41 One of the older chicks has had enough leaving the other along with #3 and #4 being fed
06:45 still eating
06:49 Feed over
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It is very difficult to see Karen if all four heads are there, I can see 3 and one of them is #4 chick.... I think if it could go and eat the fish itself it would, it is so desperate to get a mouthful
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EJ's Photo Thread Balgavies Loch Ospreys 2020
Hi Mary - it is always difficult to see this time of the morning but we can easily spot #4 for it is usually in front :-D.
I think #4 could very well be the first to attempt eating a fish itself :-D
It will be interesting to watch No.4's progress Karen, and see if your prediction comes true
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