No, that isn’t a spelling error…
Thanks to Paul Wildlifewriter for the definition!
That was on 27 May; was the female’s reluctance to cede because hatching was near? No, because on 29 May there were still three eggs at 17.00.
At 08.00 the next day the male was lying next to the female.
He flew off and soon after a chick could be seen when the female stood.
The chick was quite uncoordinated in the short time it was visible so probably hatched that morning.
On 31 May in the afternoon the female stood up and the chick could be seen.
The female flew off and a few moments later the male arrived with a fish.
The female returned and took the fish; after a few bites she moved to the chick and fed it.
Many thanks to Paul for enhancing the videos.