Couldn't resist this. 33(11) is whispering in Maya's ear
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You're welcome Cirrus :-) and how lovely Mary!!
But it is not just 33 who is wondering!! We are all having a peek every time she rises :-)
Meanwhile I snapped these earlier just as I was heading out so a late posting from me
09:22 33 arrived to take a turn and a good clear view
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It is really nice being able to see their eggs as we have not had a great view previous years between the cam and all the hay they piled on them!
Change over - appears I spoke too soon about it being nice seeing the eggs!
11:49 33 arrives to take a turn
Maya rises and flies off
33 settles down
In reply to Karen:
Thank you MARY - how sweet of 33 to ask on our behalf
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13:05 Change Over -
nudges 33 off the eggs
33 flies off
Maya settles down
14:23 33 returns but Maya remains put
14:30 She rises and 33 looks :-) still just the three
and after a stretch, Maya settles down again
33 returns and has got himself settled down next to Maya
he really is adorable :-D
I keep checking to see if there has been another one laid, and as you say Karen, he is so adorable spending time with Maya, I know we are anthromorphising them, and probably 33 has a reason all of his own for snuggling up Ha Ha...
Awww Maya there is still jist 3 eggs
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