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9:42 - Metra alert, voices in the wood

9:53 - workers go to saw in the forest

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Hope some food on the way in! Metra has no stock at all, as far as I can make out! :puzzled: :unsure:
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Felis silvestris wrote:Hope some food on the way in! Metra has no stock at all, as far as I can make out! :puzzled: :unsure:
I have not Macho seen yet this morning, and still no mouse :blush: , maybe he is there before I wake up :laugh:
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I hope he does come more often than we actually see him!
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Little chick alone at home now for quite a while - perhaps Metra has to go hunting herself, as Macho brings no prey :rant:

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Still alone at home - chick is busy crawling around in the nestbowl :shock:

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Macho arrived with a vole to find the chick home alone.

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I think the chick is hungry, but poor Macho does not know what to do. He has aerated the nest bowl.

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A bit of preening

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Somehow at 12:22 Metra seems to be on the nest.

I thought I heard some complaining from the side. He got off the chick and the next thing I I saw was Metra on the chick. She did not seem to say anything about the food or to feed the chick. I think the food is where Macho dropped it (pretty near her beak as she is sitting now), but I don't know.

Time for me to :offtobed: again
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Metra in the nest, but if she did not feed the chick it is very bad.
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At least I do not think she swallowed the food whole, she may not have noticed it. Sometimes Remo has had to show Tuuli his deliveries, when she did not see them made.


(I have been getting confused about the out of synch calling, but I realized it was Tuuli on the other cam :slap: :offtobed: )

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I missed Macho with the vole, I was busy at home.
But I have on tape.
it is a long film, I was sorry to cut, because Macho is not often in the picture.
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12:43 - Macho with vole
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metra start feeding
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Oh dear another delivery and I am not yet in bed again. I will post a photo but not until the morning.



Fleur maybe you will have a video of if Metra found that earlier prey.
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alice44 wrote:Oh dear another delivery and I am not yet in bed again. I will post a photo but not until the morning.



Fleur maybe you will have a video of if Metra found that earlier prey.
I have Alice, I need to reboot, and then I make the movie :innocent:
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Ohhh .... I missed the first delivery from Macho meeting little chick alone at home :faint:

But I got the second one :laugh:

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Metra began to feed immediately

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Leftovers from the vole on the rim in front

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Well, Macho seems to have understood that he has to push up himself a little bit :laugh:

Go, Macho, go !!!! :shake:
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tonight I'm making the movie, I must do something else unexpectedly :blush:
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Feeding :loveshower:

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Little chick has a fan club in German already! High hopes on him/her!

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Feeding at 15:42 :loveshower:


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