In reply to scylla:
In reply to Ian S:
I've only just got around to them, IAN.
Sample prey item which was taken away because Di didn't get up for it - probably she was busy preparing for Egg#2 because it was well before 16:00:
Short scenes showing when there was definitely only one still, then definitely two (16:00hr) - and Xavier taking over incubation. Not a very steady stream.
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Routine goes on.
Preening on the ledge overnight now and again:
01.57 on 1 September (camera time) and the third egg has arrived. Ian
Ian S said:01.57 on 1 September (camera time) and the third egg has arrived. Ian
A meal handover:
The bare minimum She laid standing up
The nest camera is back up. Ian
EDIT - and down again.
The nest camera came back up at approx. 18.00 (camera time) on 3 September. Ian
EDIT - it came back at 18.04.48, after being dated 1 September. 2 September and 1 January 1970!!.
Lol, IAN !!! I've deleted all the nest, so to compensate I went to town on a prey handover.
Diamond had gone for a flyabout when Xavier arrived with bird, Di returned and took the bird and flew off, Xav took over incubation:
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