After quite a few practice flaps, jumps and an odd helicoptering event Blue 9H looked as though she might settle beside her siblings. But no, with the minimum of fuss off she went from the edge of the nest. The time: 13.58.
Blue 9H circled round in an anti-clockwise direction, tracked by her siblings.
Then she came in to land; the other fledglings scrambled to their feet, no doubt recalling Blue 7H’s crash landing onto Blue 8H a bit earlier! But Blue 9H made a flawless touchdown near her point of take off.
So six fledges in under 24 hours, all the fledglings safely back and more flights achieved already. Superb.