In reply to scylla:
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
In reply to Catlady:
This misty morning she dived downwards before turning and flying in the usual direction:
Soon afterwards, this happened. I started to do a video, there was a lot of flapping by the fish and the Osp, but the cam was misbehaving so I couldn't.
This was a one-frame lit-up view:
The Osprey flew off with the fish, having (seemingly) found it unmanageable on the perch. I couldn't see where it went.
The cam went down @ about 13:15.
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Early this morning 496 was scooting about in the distance but Seren seemed a bit alarmed at times, she flew up to the campost - 496 arrived, wanting breakfish:
When a fish did arrive he was not on the nest, was he on the campost? I forgot to do the sound, there are some little noises that needed to be upped
That clip ended 15:00+, 496 was last seen on the nest before that time @ 14:00.
In reply to patily:
Talking of intrusions, 496 had a go at the intrusive stick:
Seren dropped down and may have fed 496 some more but it was hard to see.
I got the 1h53m evening session down in very good time because it completed itself by about 03:00.
FISH !!! !!! !!! Whereupon 496 dashed in and landed on Seren - she didn't hold it against him and fed him. She and 496 were still on the nest at shutdown.
Better do a video for Carnyx's watchers:
scylla said:The LS is late getting started this morning so I'll miss it.
I checked a few times soon after that, but then never gave it another thought until now, so am having to check via rollback
Seren dug out a fish from the nest material.
Can't do any more, it's got to be packup time. SYAL.
Well I seem to have lost whatever daytime footage I had, and the evening won't download despite telling me that it's completed
Skippikng thru the evening clip in tiny steps I see that Seren was on the nest about 3 times, calling, and one 496 flew in but only stayed a few seconds:
So one must assume that all was OK.
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