All quiet on the Osprey front. Mistle started gently food soliciting, then quiet, then stood up to reveal.........
,, what appeared to be a half eaten rainbow trout! No doubt Scylla will be able to get a much sharper image than me. All this happened about 5:45. It was as stiff as a board. When was that delivered?
Afrer faffing around getting images 1 of them has come back to the nest and is incubating - can't tell which.
Some people think Ospreys are a matter of life and death. I don't like that attitude. I can assure them it is much more serious than that.
In reply to CRinger:
Thank you for starting a new thread for June, CRINGER - I don't know why I'm entangled in the first of the month's web and you're (apparently) not, I was about to start the new thread in the official manner, to which you are obviously oblivious *sigh* but I love you anyway
Link to last evening's whopper, for those who need cheering up.
An early daybreak in the far north of this sceptred isle - snapped so long ago that I can't remember its narrative :(((
Mistle had a few nibbles, resumed incubation:
With Axel on his way, Mistle flew off with the remains of her fish:
This is Axel flying off with what Mistle brought back and some nest material for vitamins:
06:52 Mistle had a big stretching/scratching session and resumed incubation.
07:16 she had a nearly 2-minute flyabout, returning with a small stick.
07:36 Axel took over, he's still here, I think.
Coffee coming up.
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