Birdie's DU Summaries 2018
In reply to Valerie:
Valerie D said:20 minutes Fergus !!!! - arrived at 13:08 and left at 14:10 :)
20 minutes Fergus !!!! - arrived at 13:08 and left at 14:10 :)
I had her for over an hour too, VALERIE - we were extra-favoured
Pretty female, I'd humbly suggest.
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I know you've done a wonderful vid, Scylla - I would expect nothing less - but I have rolled back and captured a few stills. She is really a pretty lass! Let's hope we see more of her
13,08 Blue 308(19) f flew in towards the nest, and landed on what I think may be a weeping birch or a truncated birch beyond the nest
Cameraperson was immediately on the controls and zoomed in. Thank you! And we had some lovely close-ups of 308.
A stretch, which I caught, followed by a poop, which I missed!
A bit of preening
A bit more of the same look!
and off she goes
In reply to SheilaFE:
SheilaFE said:I have rolled back and captured a few stills
I would have done some myself, SHEILA, but the change in the weather has made me even hotter and unenergetic than usual
So - thank you very much
In reply to scylla:
I'm all behind due to weather and other stresses.
We had a visitor... I considered cropping part of it (as there was no-one on duty to zoom) but it's too indistinct.
No-one up to 09:00.
During the afternoon they had a sweep-around:
That's up to about 15:10.
Taking a break now.
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