In reply to scylla:
Nothing for the past 4+ hours, any cambumps have been too subtle - but early this morning an osprey may have landed and taken off, and there are a couple of uncertainties thereafter:
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CJ7 is perfectly happy. She has decided that Poole is going to be her home. If she wanted to she is within a few hours flying distance of lots of single males. She chooses not to do so.
Now LS7 has not returned but she knows that others will come along.
We have seen females in Wales wait years for a partner.
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In reply to Tiger:
When the next lot of translocated youngsters are released from the pens she will be back to her usual mothering ways i expect, same as the last couple of years.
In reply to Richard G B:
In reply to Alison Copland:
Another unseen lander detected via cambumps - some weak "pipes" heard behind the strong wind, did they belong to it?
Don't bother with this unless... ???
Spider must have been busy during the day! Wind and rain took it down @ 03:31.
From late yesterday afternoon to just prior to daycam this morning, since when I've found no activity (up to just before 10:00) and it's been too windy to investigate all the cambumps!
Many of us are all-too-familiar with the sight of crow's feet - here is the sound of them on our campost, which may help ID unseen visitors. Shame no vocals from the Nightjar this morning.
Of course you've all been wondering where I am - well I've been googling "crow vs raven" for the hundredth time and still not confident.
Our monocular Nightjar:
Richard G B said:Just to help you out Scylla there are plenty of Crows and also a couple of Ravens around the nest area.
You know darn well that just makes it even worse for me
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