Another one for record purposes - its an annual habit now visiting MB, probably looking for 33(11) to get a fish for her.
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EJ's Memorial Balgavies Loch Ospreys 2022
Just add my screenshot
Thanks JANE, CIRRUS for the heads up/captures, also ALAN and MARY for the video of Blue25(10)'s visit.
Some close ups of her - can clearly see the darvic ID
I didn't think it would take her long to pay a visit - an annual event as you say Mary.
Meanwhile the EG are back
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From Rutland's FB Page - Confirmationof 25(10)'s visit
Kind regards, Ann
IMAGICAT | LG DAILY OBS
In reply to scylla:
No-one on the nest all night. This is the couple flying off @ 06:09 after 15 minutes on the nest (well, any other snaps would be dupes):
That's only up to the end of my 6-hour clip @ 06:15.
I'm packing up, I hope you'll all have been posting gleefully when I return
Both Geese on nest, she has been turning and moving sticks with her chest, is an Egg imminent Doh!!!!
and both flown..
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