In reply to SunnyKate2:
A little movie from the new Tower cam - the last scene, I frame-by-framed but couldn't tell if there was prey afoot or shadow:
No eyases seen in box up to Friday 17th @ 11:00.
In reply to scylla:
Cilla's post-fledge videos
©FalconCam, CSU, NSW
The Tower cam has been down a lot but am going to see if I've got this:
I did upload a kinda prey-drop on the tower but it's not nearly as good as the second one you posted, KATE, so I won't take up anyone's time with it
Here's a nice prey-drop on the roof:
Still no eyas in the box up to early morning of the 19th.
Scylla your vids are always appreciated, so NEVER feel you wasting anybodys time, we love em xxxx
Hope you find this one to vid.... a Good 5Min Bonding between X and D. Awh!!!! looks good for next year Yay!!!!
Change ends Ha!! better view of each other Ha!!
see you next time bye for now Ha!!!
SunnyKate2 said:Hope you find this one to vid.... a Good 5Min Bonding between X and D
I'm so far behind, KATE, that I'm going to have to ask everyone to multiply the previous bonding vid I did by, say, 5, to get the idea
Here's (presumably) Barru getting 2 breakfasts, one from each parent, on the 19th. I'm keeping an eye out for suggestions of Marri but haven't seen anything yet.
Beautiful cottonwool clouds - there were lots of lovely skies on that day. A birdie literally darted past, the slomo was very disappointing - 3 still frames!
Xavier? on the side of the Tower:
20 Nov - No meal brought this morning - but Barru practised on some ??? and had a nice scratch 'n preen:
I didn't find any feeds on the 20th.
Still no juvie in the box up to 07:15 on the 21st.
Latest video from Cilla www.youtube.com/watch Lyn B Cilla cannot be 100% sure which juvenile she is seeing in the field. It seems more likely to be Barru, but nothing can be confirmed.
NEWS 22nd November 2023 Cilla Kinross
I spent a couple of days taking photos and making videos of the fledgeling and its parents down at the roost tree. At one time the youngster is in the same tree as its parents and it seems to be slightly larger and with longer toes than its father and smaller than its mother...so whilst I know you crave certainty, I'm still not sure. I do think we have only surviving fledgeling, but I'm just not sure yet which it is.
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