Thread subject: Bluebeard is home
||04/14/05 10:00 am
||04/14/05 10:46 am
||Yes I noticed that. I was hoping that they would have given more details and perhaps a pic.Guess we are going to have to wait for the BBC film!
||04/14/05 10:49 am
||Thanks for update I had checked a few days ago and was wondering ...
||04/14/05 11:07 am
||These websites are painfully slow at updating. One wonders what the holdup was.
||04/14/05 12:04 pm
||I emailed Rob Bierregaard and his response was "Patience, Grasshopper--The final map will go up today!"
||04/14/05 12:31 pm
||Maybe has was grading papers? or writing one ...I hope he does update us about what nest Bluebeard ends up on ... it is late and I am quessing his nest may have been taken already.
Tiger have you any experiences from Rutland with non fertilized eggs?
||04/14/05 02:10 pm
||TheLast map for the spring is at: http://www.bioweb.uncc.edu/bierregaard
Until later this summer,
9201 University City Blvd.
Charlotte NC 28223
704 333 2405
re is a photo! Check the website.
||04/14/05 07:12 pm
||Karen there have been very few nests at Rutland and very little information about the eggs.
In reality all that would happen is that the eggs would not hatch and that could be for a number of reasons. In the Lake District two of the three eggs failed to hatch but even though the eggs were examined no reason was found.
BTW the Bluebeard story has now been updated to include a picture of the couple on their nest.
||04/15/05 09:21 am
||This is so wonderful that he made it back and found HIS mate alive and well. Lovely picture of them both. It is also satisfying to know that JAWS, a young bird from last year who is also tagged, is still having fun in his adolescence year down in Columbia.
||04/15/05 10:24 am
||Tiger thanks for info