In reply to scylla:
I'm on it this morning, gurlz (and any chapz who happen by). Empty nest at the mo.
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In reply to patily:
patily said:496 has arrived and claimed the fish
He continues to impress !!!
A little trouble with the tail but when at first he didn't succeed he tried, tried, and tried again - and succeeded
Seren got lunch at noon, she flew off with it and Dylan stayed a little while pottering:
There's another 6 hours finalising now but I can't wait for it. Seren and 496 are on the nest at this moment, looking as tho they're expecting or wanting a fish.
See y'all later.
16:13 second meal:
Only Seren there for this one:
496 arrived too late, waited a bit and flew off:
Seren brought a clump:
I did a vid of her just for the sake of it:
496 arrived to wait with Mama:
Supper delivered straight to 496
496 got a whole fish directly from Dylan and had no problem whatsoever making inroads - he's a pro!
He ate his fill and left some for Seren:
Intrusion, Dylan flew in - he ended up giving chase while Seren stayed on the nest. 496 ate his fill and flew:
Seren stayed at the back corner, then had a potter, then flew - with/out the fish? I just can't see.
19:57 Seren was back, here she was on sentry duty @ 20:55 shutdown, compliments of my unsubtle brightening app and others, oh the trials & tribs!
In reply to Cathy:
Cathy said:Dylan brought live fish around 8am yesterday, which Solo couldn't control, and flapped over the side. He was so upset. Sorry couldn't post at the time, not do any pics.
Thank you, CATHY !!! !!! !!! I was hours late remembering to start the stream (only one hour late today, I've just started it).
I've had a look at yesterday's saved stream, can't see anything at 08:00 but someone's oncam a bit later, shall see what can be got.
I'm taking a break.
scylla said:I'm taking a break.
How could I, with that hanging over me?
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