10 April 2014

Throughout the morning both Bea and Jasper have taken turns incubating their two eggs and each parent has seemed restless, constantly turning the eggs. Tomorrow marks the 35th day since the first egg was laid, so we could witness the first chick hatching soon.

8 comments:

lynne/HHead said...

I have been in/out watching all day, hopefully we'll wake up tomorrow to a chick, they sure seem awfully interested in the eggs and sometimes looks like they are "listening to something"

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B-Bug said...

Mods-do we have a hatch?
I have blown up pics and I think we might :)

Beth/Oh

moderator said...

Hey Beth,

From what I'm seeing we still have the two eggs, but she seems restless. I'll keep watching to double check.

birdgirl said...

Saturday 11:30 am Just watched a changeover -- clearly no chicks yet. Doesn't even look like the beginning of a hatch.

Vivian

lynne/HHead said...

the Loch of Lowes had first egg laid last night, I watched but gave up, it arrived a little after midnight

carol mullins said...

Still no hatchlings as of 12:54 p.m., Sunday.

birdgirl said...

The camera stopped last night with the eggs uncovered and Bea (I think) looking down. Not a clear picture, but has one of the eggs hatched?

Vivian