In reply to Sandra :
19:02 083 flew from the nest after this
18:38 I missed the delivery but it appears to be 081 is tucking into a rather large fish!
19:59 081 flew from the nest leaving the fish on its own
20:03 I stepped away and on my return the fish had been taken!
20:10 083, who appears to have a piece of greenery caught in his BTO ring or caught in his talon, found a small morsel of dropped fish, ate that before leaving
20:21 One on the nest
20:31 B33 with the waiting juvenile
B33 has since flown
20:46 It was 081 who was the juvenile on the nest. He's just flown off. ENS
Morning ALL - thanks for greetings and everyone, especially Sandra, for all for updates.
No sign of any of the family yet but already it is a beautiful start to the day
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