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 Post subject: Re: PALMYRA COVE/BURLINGTON BRISTOL BRIDGE~2020
PostPosted: Thu Apr 02, 2020 7:10 pm 
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He looks like he's waiting for a bus.


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Somebody needs to tell him he needs to be incubating the 3 eggs...

YES, SGB- He really does! :egg6:


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 06, 2020 9:08 am 
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Palmyra

Well, this was a surprise. I suspected 4 late last night, but was shocked to see 5

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The little male. I'll have to check back later to see, but he went in, got on the eggs, changed his mind and went to the lip...I sure hope he gets his act together!!

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 Post subject: Re: PALMYRA COVE/BURLINGTON BRISTOL BRIDGE~2020
PostPosted: Mon Apr 06, 2020 9:28 am 
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:arrow: With5 eggs, mom is going to need all the help she can get....


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Palmyra~4/14.

This was funny. Before I had to leave yesterday, I thought I'd stake out this cam to see if there were still 5 eggs..(there are)

Dad comes in with food. I'm sure it was Mom's lunch..but, instead, he assumed the "feed the eggs" position and had a go of it. I'm not really sure what he was doing..
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He eventually left. I presumed to find Mom.

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He didn't return. I thought, O boy. Mom came back in and got on the eggs, but didn't stay long. I'm guessing he must have called her to eat. The food transfer was out of cam view, so he came back in and got on the eggs. She flew up, and you could see her eating on the rail. She finished, but stayed and kept watch. I had to leave, so no idea how long they stayed like this.

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BBB~we should be getting close, but nothing really showing,yet..

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:girlyes: Palmyra- SGB, I think he’s just a very conscientious tiercel, who wants to practice before the babies come... :teehee: .....on the other hand, is he currently on the eggs? I see an egg shell on the other side of him. Either he can’t keep 5 eggs under him or has he had a hatch? EDIT- I’m looking on the other cam, the chain is in the way, but I think it’s an intact egg...


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Palmyra Cove-both at the nest right now.
Injury?

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:girlsad3: Gee- I hope he just ate some juicy prey....Momma’s waiting for Her turn on the eggs...


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BBB

Trying to feed the eggs. Sure hope this means babies are coming..


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BBB~ :hatchegg:

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There are more shells, so probably another hatch...just haven't seen it yet.

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Still 2...

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Palmyra Cove...seems they've lost 2 eggs..I couldn't tell the condition of the top one.

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Palmyra...

Come on eggs...at least one of you hatch!!!


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Palmyra Cove~there may be problems...or they have just given up..though, it seems soon to do that.

Eggs have been alone for at least 30 min. Occasionally I will see a shadow of a falcon on cam that doesn't stay long. Maybe they are dealing with an intruder...


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Edit to add: 5:50 pm Still uncovered...but I can see the shadow of a falcon (guess it could be another bird) that appears to be preening and enjoying the day..

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Palmyra

Mom came back at 6:20

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Palmyra

Both parents have been at the box this morning. so no clue why the absence yesterday...

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Palmyra Cove

Thanks for the heads up, Tsusan!!

They have a chick!! I only have a glimpse of its little head.


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WEll, at least 1 egg is under there...

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Definitely a foster!! Ya gotta love New Jersey. They really look out for their PeFas!!!

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