One to follow from the Urdaibai nest, an albino chick this morning.LINK
In reply to Colin A:
Colin A said:One to follow from the Urdaibai nest, an albino chick this morning.
I thought a different species had been transported to the nest - amazing, thank you COLIN.
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In reply to scylla:
In reply to Olaf B:
Tweed Valley a short time ago. The cam was zoomed in.
Mrs O and her two chicks
In reply to Sandra :
I have been compiling a video of the albino osplet since yesterday but circumstances have made it torturous. I was quite surprised to see it surviving this morning,as I felt it wasn't "right" as well as lacking pigmentation - it seems to have such a thick "scarf" around the back of its head, but maybe it just shows up more.
Anyway, early this morning I suddenly heard a short spell of lovely birdsong (you'll all know what bird, I don't), it took me ages to find where it was coming from (so many cams open but all supposed to be paused) and it turned out to be here, and when I eventually narrowed it down I noticed that Mama was having trouble dislodging a tiny stick from the end of her beak... and what's more, YouTube has taken several hours to process this tiny video - and it's HOT, and yes, I'm going off my rocker.
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