In reply to Karen:
Karen, I was just going to ask if he had. 082 is eating the fish, I assume 083 is laying down but I can also see a 'foot' that I don't know if it's 083's?
081, 082 and 083 were on the nest (Patily has 081 in her video at 15:55)
16:03 081 rose out of sight.
Then the cam froze and then went down.
16:09 Cam back up and no sign of 081
16:14 still no sign of him - suspect that is 082
16:19 it is 082 as can clearly see his ring no. On nest it is 082 and 083 lying down
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081 Fledges @ 16:03 - 54 days old
Video of 081 taking off
In reply to Sandra :
16:29 Only 082 and 083 on the nest
16:31 So it was 083's foot I could see! lol
16:40 Awww, 083 home alone...
I wonder where 080 is? Reading back, he's not been on the nest since this morning
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