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 Post subject: Re: HARRISBURG, JANUARY-APRIL 2021
PostPosted: Fri Apr 09, 2021 5:51 pm 
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this is what I get when I use any link

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we are trying to figure this out. really infuriates me. have tried 3 different browsers. every other cam works

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:loveheart2: Niecey asleep on the nest with her head curled down and the male is on the point.


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:15heartbeat: Niecey on the stick preening and the male on the eggs. From Falcon Wire:

Update from nest site in Reading, Pa.


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 Post subject: Re: HARRISBURG, JANUARY-APRIL 2021
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When are the eggs suppose to start hatching? I forget . "Old age".


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pciutres form yesterday.

hard to keep track on Htap. hopefully will get cams figured out

always like to see two. they have adjusted to each other

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:flirty: Niecey is on the point preening and he is on egg duty. She flew and then back on the point in a few minutes. And she's preening some more. And gone again. Male left 1:55 real time and no pip seen this view. Niecey returned and is on egg duty at 1:59.


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:eggthumb: Niecey is on another break. She's on the point preening and he's on the eggs. After a long while, she came down the ledge, sometimes scooting her belly and underside along the concrete backward and forward. He watched from the eggs, chirping at her sometimes. Then she went back toward the point. Preens again, then started scooting around the point. And preening again. Guess when you spend most of your time on eggs, you've gotta get that underside area freshened! Then she perched for awhile. And preened again. Then a little more scooting. More preening and looking around. I think he's fallen asleep after watching her all this time. Then here she comes down the ledge again on her belly. He's watching her with a couple soft vocals. She runs down the ledge at 6:53 and then to the stick. He got up at 6:54 and flew, but shortly you hear the pre-mating vocals and sure enough he circled back and they mate with full vocals, then Niecey to the eggs. No pips seen this view.


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:eggthumb: Niecey on the stick preening and he is on egg duty. Oops and now she has flown.


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I'm not really seeing or hearing anything yet.

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will watch the Hd as much s possible but I put recorder on . still cant figure out , why all of a sudden I cannot get the cam from site. cannot even get the wires anymore. blocking Canada???

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04/22 Morning

Niecey in the nest , rolls, scrubs eggs later She on the point . 85 in the nest


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Tuned in just in time to see a shift change. Niecey came in and he got up right away and left. Didn't see any pip yet.


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04/23 Male 48 on the point

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Niecey in the nest , 4 eggs still

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Harrisburg, PA 3/16 3/18 3/20 or 21 3/24


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Pip has been seen in one of the eggs shortly after noon today.


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Possible pip...Jane..not sure if this is the egg you're talking about.

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Same egg...but, could be 2 places...don't know.

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:7val: Gosh, I hope this is Lil Dad's coming!!


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:eggthumb: When I was here a bit ago, she was definitely reacting to the pipped egg. From Falcon Wire:

4/23/2021 :: We have a pip!
It all begins with a pip, which the Merriam-Webster dictionary defines as a verb: "to break through the shell of the egg." The first external pip appeared around noon today which indicates hatching is underway. Interestingly, the "first" pip occurs internally, as the body of the chick straightens and contracts, which forces the egg tooth against the egg's air cell, piercing it. This releases a limited supply of oxygen and enables the chick's lungs to begin working.
With the egg still sealed and with the chick exhaling carbon dioxide, limiting the amount of available oxygen, the body begins to press against the shell with the egg tooth repeatedly pushing against the shell and eventually breaking through. This is the external pip which allows oxygen to enter the egg to support the chick's breathing. Following this first, external pip, the chick will normally rest for several hours. Since the actual hatching process is so difficult, it may take from 24 up to 48 hours before this process is completed. Continue to follow Falcon Cam to watch as the first member of the 2021 hatchlings emerges.


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