We could also use some geographical names from the nest area like the Latvian users did for the chicks of Laima and Pēteris or use their appearence, color, plumage, e.g. to give them Estonian names, as we will never know for sure who is the older ospret in this nest. I guess they won't develop in different steps and show significant differences in plumage and size anymore, as the younger osprey chicks tend to catch up with their siblings at this stage.Bea wrote:With Estonian help (thank you, juta!) I found two names which come pretty close to this ..... Agu (male name) and Koidu (female name)
I suppose it is impossible to find out who hatched in the morning und who in the evening --- it is still bit difficult to tell them apart at all
But I like the names Agu and Koidu, so maybe we should simply give them these names.