Stepping up their game

The Nest 1A nestcam stream is down at present. Hopefully the problem can be resolved before the youngsters fledge. They have increased their exercising over the last few days, but we haven’t seen ‘helicoptering’ yet.

Amble adds steps to her repertoire
(c) Forestry Commission England

Amble and Acton had been the most frequent exercisers until midweek, but Ayle is now as active.

Ayle concentrates on her routine
(c) Forestry Commission England

Some clips of the females follow, press HD for best quality.

Acton has often been hidden by an osprey on the front edge, but he’s been busy too.

Amble adjusts the nest whilst Acton works out
(c) Forestry Commission England

The chicks are all taking pieces of fish for themselves. Amble has had most practice. In this clip she fends off Acton.

Yesterday, YA removed a fish after the youngsters had been fed by Mrs YA. As he flew around the area (visible top left) they requested he return it!

bring that back!
(c) Forestry Commission England

Let’s hope Radio and Electronics Branch can restore coverage very soon.

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4 Responses to Stepping up their game

  1. Ann-Marie Gartland says:

    The Gartland family have been glued to your webcam since or visit to leaplish on Wednesday, Peter , Wayne & Ann-Marie had a great day with Severn Osprey sights.
    Hope the cameras working soon.

  2. M Simmonds says:

    Thank you Jaydee. Great action. Fingers crossed for successful fledges.

  3. Jo says:

    Lovely to hear of their progress ….. Thank you Joanna

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