In reply to patily:
patily said:I was wondering why ther have been no eggs
I really don't know, PATILY, but assume 5 eggs was all she could manage - if only 022 had turned up a few weeks earlier it might be a different story.
Lots of insects on the nest @ 02:00.
A very misty start coming and going, no-one seen on the nest so far:
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In reply to Mike:
Mike B said:MC. You might like to look at Poole at 0409 to see a Nightjar followed by a second a minute or so later. Second is a Male with the white wing spots.
To think that it might even have crossed your mind that I wouldn't have checked, dear Mike
I hope that the LG osprey proves that I'm not relying on alerts from others, altho it must be said that they come in very handy sometimes
I've been working on this for h-o-u-r-s but can't get better resolution, nor any better sound than this, tho I seem to have got some at the beginning now:
Rainy empty nest up to 15:00 --- OMG is that the time?
In reply to scylla:
Nothing to report besides wind and rain - it eased off between 02:00 and 03:00 but back with a vengeance pre-dawn:
Blue009 - 2018 translocatee - I think he's been mentioned before recently...
Well, the best laid plans and all that, but he's definitely back in the land of his birth, having intruded at Aberfoyle yesterday - but this was all I could capture of him
Video in the Aberfoyle thread.
009 died before fledging, sadly. I believe this ring is 600, on upside down. Also, the ring is on the left leg here.
In reply to Alison Copland:
Alison Copland said:009 died before fledging, sadly. I believe this ring is 600, on upside down. Also, the ring is on the left leg here.
Red-faced response as per Aberfoyle thread - thank you, ALISON
Where did you find the info, please, VALIERIE? It's not in the 3-digit list on UKOspreys. It's very unusual for me to go looking for ring numbers but I'd better widen my scope!
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