04 April 2016

Surprisingly, we still have only the first chick, KS, hatch. It is possible that the remaining two eggs are not viable. Today marks the 45th and 42nd day for the remaining eggs. It may be best if the other two chicks don't hatch as KS has a six day advantage and is steadily growing.


birdgirl said...

Sometimes, especially in an osprey nest, it's nice to be an only "child." Our little KS should get lots of attention with plenty of food, and won't have to do any bonking! Thanks for the great close ups of the little one!

Vivian, GA

jo neitzel said...

its 4/7 at 5:09 pm im baffled. i see bea (or maybe its jasper) on the edge of the nest but no peep & no eggs. ????!?

Anonymous said...

I was wondering what happened also. I didn't see any eggs or peep in the nest late yesterday or today. Both parents were there yesterday on the nest for a while. Only one parent there now. Are they buried under nesting material? Was there an intruder?