Saker Falcons and Eurasian Hobbies in Hungary

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July 3


Maybe coming evening the second egg ? :whistling:
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I went to see what time she left ... ... and I see a third falcon.
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20:54 the second egg :loveshower:
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Fleur thank you for work :2thumbsup:

I have no thought, that they brood so late.
The nature needs us not, but we need the nature
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:thumbs: Birdfriend

I think maybe this evening the third egg. Not sure.
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July 6

And the third egg is there :loveshower:
I don't know the time.
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July 7

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July 10

Maybe it's because of the sunlight, but I don't see any eggs.
Or I am not yet awake :puzzled:
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Nothing to worry about ... the sun confused me. She just sits on the eggs :mrgreen:
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July 12

7:23 An egg was stuck to the feathers of the female when she flew away after the change in the nest box. :help:
So now there are still two eggs of the Hobby and the Egg of the Sakervalk.
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7:39 female back
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July 15

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July 27

8:15 Male a moment in the nestbox, away and female back
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July 29

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