Good morning all and another day nearer to a hatch. AG you are right, there is just something this year making me think there will be chicks. Lady and Lddie have done a grand job in incubating and Laddie has made sure Lady has enough to eat. Thanks to Sandra and Lynette for captures and to Annette for your observations. Good to see that it is dry with just a slight breeze although the weather forecast is not looking good.
Looking in and Lady is on the nest at present, looks a like a dry day there. both copyright of the SWT
FISH at 12.25pm
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Lady still on lunch break at 2.35pm Now camera has gone off and playing replays from March :(
Live camera back to normal.. Laddie still on nest, Lady been gone 3hours now.
Lady is back after a long break :)
I'm off now too.
Lovely bright, dry evening but rather windy
Cam is off for me :-(
If nothing goes right, go left! :-)
Morning all! Been offline for a day or two (partly through choice - was getting a bit behind with several things, including music practice, and needed to sort out my car before taking it out the last two evenings). I've just watched some of the excellent Wildlife Village videos, including the one of the large fish from 8th. It seems that intruder is still about too. I wonder if anyone's managed to ID it yet?
How exactly was the cam 'off' earlier? The page won't even load for me, despite the fact I can read the blog. Something is awry :-/
"Only two things are infinite - the universe and human stupidity. And I'm not too sure about the universe..." - Albert Einstein
SWT page won't load. Looks like a very quiet night. Will check back later....
Page still not loading
Morning all. Page still not opening.
Nope, I still can't get it to load either :-( I hope we will get an update on the blog soon. Has anyone notified SWT/enquired about the fault via their email address?
The SWT site is now back online.
"The road of excess leads to the palace of wisdom" - Wlliam Blake
Yep, just noticed it's working again :-)
Lady is incubating at the moment, on a rather windy nest
Image copyright Scottish Wildlife Trust