You have got to laugh at Chick 4, its right in the front, and trying to get a piece from its sibling on its left.....
Then it manages to get a big piece - fish is still flapping now and again.
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EJ's Photo Thread Balgavies Loch Ospreys 2020
#4's head is now darkening
Close up of the chicks' napes/feathers
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33 arrives wing flapping and mantling
unseen threat passes quickly and 33 settles
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Off now - catch up later BFN
In reply to Karen:
In reply to patily:
In reply to Cathy:
Many thanks for today's updates
12:44 #4 enjoying a solo feeding
In reply to Sandra :
12:47 Another joined in
12:50 Feed over, Maya eating for herself
12:56 There's always one...
12:59 ...or two. #4 didn't want to miss out!
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