Somehow I suspected that the woman's behavior would still lay an egg. But I actually hoped it wouldn't happen anymore.
But of course that's just my human mindset again. Maybe you'd better trust the animals to know what they're doing. But when I read again that she is too young, I also believe that some things may have to be learned real, but a lot is also guided by animal instinct. So maybe everything could still be correct.
I read correctly Karl has been on the nest since 9 a.m.
Now the question arises again, was she scared of her own egg that she was gone so long?
But one has already accepted so much, at first she hardly came, then a bit more often, then longer, then sometime overnight, maybe because she is so young she always needs longer for everything and has to get used to everything. But that's just human thinking again!
I am also so divided, prefer to stay a single egg or at least now a second one ?! Because if it works and the baby stork has to be alone in the nest, it is also not nice.
I also have to honestly say, if the time is really too late, if I want to see how it is hatched and then maybe there is a lot of temporal grief ... I don't know if I want to see it ... even if nature is like that.
Now I'm curious when Karl can eat.