Middle chick must be a female, it's already practicing its Mumbrella.
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In reply to MaryGK:
Thank you, IAN :) I've done some bits for the nests not covered fully by others but won't be around much.
MaryGK said: I don't have the time to read every single thread today as that would take forever
I'm finding the new style even worse than the old, and that's saying something!
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In reply to Ian S:
Ian S said:
11.15, the delay in Louis bringing a fish is explained, he arrives with a flat fish, I assume a flounder. Feeds becoming noisier affairs. Ian
I called my clip synchronised squeaking, Ian, they're definitely getting noisier. One of the chicks was fish-calling earlier!
In reply to patily:
patily said:I wonder if these chicks are going to be ringed?
Patily, Mary posted a message from George of the Woodland Trust at 09.26 this morning. It is on page 85 of this thread. Ian
14.02, bit of a stramash (copyright Arthur Montford!) on the nest involving all three chicks. Ian
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17.38, fish. Ian
And a well fed Louis by the look of it.
I didnt get a screenshot, but Aila and all 3 chicks were fish calling, poor louis will need a set of ear defenders soon.
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