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|Subject:||Osprey Cam - Finland|
|From:||Denis Wilson <>|
|Date:||Sun, 26 Jun 2011 11:57:52 +1000|
If anyone is interested, the Osprey nest in Finland is quite busy these days.|
Three live chicks are about 3 weeks old. The 4th one (youngest) died several days ago apparently.
The survivers are looking very big and strong, at 3 weeks old.
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Long daylight hours mean that you can watch at very late hours (or early).
I just missed seeing a fish delivered. But saw one parent feeding chicks.
Looks like he/she is settling down for a snooze at present.
"The Nature of Robertson"
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