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Feeding at 17:12 :2thumbsup:


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some moments from this morning:
It took some effort to cut of the film, there were many moments of struggles in the recording, ( sorry Alice )
I had record one hour and a half :blush:

12:00: Macho with prey / vole


12:19
....Macho leaves, Metra back. She takes the vole but put them down again....
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Great pictures and videos today. It's nice to see Macho with the chick, although he could have delivered breakfast a little sooner..He has, after all, been a morning morning bird so far :nod: The video where Metra covers the chick with greenery is so sweet :loveshower:
Metra has covered her little chick all afternoon, but luckily I got a glimpse in the end. I have not seen any feeding, so far.
19:50 - 19:51 Evening care:
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Fleur wrote:some moments from this morning:
It took some effort to cut of the film, there were many moments of struggles in the recording, I had record one hour and a half :blush:
12:00: Macho with prey / vole

Despite the struggles, it is so great to see this video of Macho with his chick Fleur, thank you :wave:
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Fleur your video got more than I saw. When I was watching it would freeze than then when it unfroze I could see something had moved.

In the video it is clear Metra picked up the vole delivered while she was out and moved it about.
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Lussi and Alice:
I almost dare not to say, but I'm glad I'm not the only who has problems with the stream.
I felt almost guilty about the bad image. :mrgreen:

I am glad that Macho has shown that he shows concern for the little one
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June 13
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7:23 - Metra stretching / nice moment with little one / Metra turn the egg
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Metra is looking at a Blackbird ( out of view ) who is calling
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7:51
Metra takes a prey / vole that maybe this morning was brought by macho
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Metra feeding
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Metra eat the last leftovers of Vole
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10:47 - so sweet, wing on the Egg
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11:37 - Macho with vole
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Hello !
Two chiken? :chick: :bounce:
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Good day !
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Yoko wrote:Hello !
Two chiken? :chick: :bounce:
Good morning.
Good morning Yoko :hi:

Two chicken? I do not hope so - there is Cainism at LSEs ..... :unsure:
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Bea wrote: Good morning Yoko :hi:

Two chicken? I do not hope so - there is Cainism at LSEs ..... :unsure:
I have been trying not to think about it. I have been wondering if they will come rescue one for Germany (I think they/Latvia sent some to Germany last year), or that this would just be the lucky nest.
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alice44 wrote: I have been trying not to think about it. I have been wondering if they will come rescue one for Germany (I think they/Latvia sent some to Germany last year), or that this would just be the lucky nest.

I have no idea, but taking away the second egg would be a good "solution" ..... don`t know if this is practicable ...
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Bea wrote:

I have no idea, but taking away the second egg would be a good "solution" ..... don`t know if this is practicable ...
In Latvia they really do it and save the chicks. But I haven't seen the second chick yet, only the egg.
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Macho delivered a vole at 13:13 :thumbs:


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I have some pictures put down, above
Macho doing great :headroll:
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