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Thread subject: Got a shot of the head marks...
Name Date Message
martyc35 07/20/07 11:57 am HERE.
I say, Uno on the left, and Dos on the right. Am I correct?
Martyc
Anne UK1 07/20/07 12:02 pm I'd agree Marty. Dos' head is so much 'cleaner' than Uno's - a proper white either side of the hula marking, where Uno's is quite speckled.
cathleen 07/20/07 12:05 pm I also agree with that.
DaisyG 07/20/07 12:11 pm Excellent capture Marty! I totally agree. Uno's hula is so much courser than Dos.

Much easier to ID when we can compare them side by side.
Anne UK1 07/20/07 04:05 pm Much easier when they're both there to compare. Maybe we should send them a note saying both in the nest together at all times please. If one's out on a jolly, then the other should vacate the premises too! ;)
DaisyG 07/20/07 04:43 pm LOL Anne, and both face away from the camera please...and keep your heads UP and don't fidget!
Anne UK1 07/20/07 06:11 pm You're right Daisy. Fancy me forgetting! Manners & etiquette - so important for the young ospreys of the world.
DaisyG 07/20/07 06:23 pm LOL, forget the manners, just let's be able to see the markings on the back of your heads...clearly! :)
lynn 07/20/07 07:02 pm Daisy, I find myself wishing I could use the turning feature to reposition the chicks so I could see the backs of their head for ID purposes! LOL
Lyn
lynn 07/20/07 07:13 pm Great shot Marty, now if we could only get them to pose like that on cue?! LOL

Lyn
Craig 08/07/07 01:21 pm Just what I was searching for Martyc....though I must admit this thread was a lucky find for me. I think this photo and description on which is which would be something the webmaster should post as a separate link. I had been reading observations wondering how all you eagle-eyed (or should I say osprey-eyed) folks could tell the difference.
cathy 08/07/07 07:07 pm I must admit that even with those clear photos I can't tell the difference.

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