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Thread subject: First Egg at LOTL
Name Date Message
DaisyG 04/13/11 08:46 am Marge laid the first egg a few mins ago :))
Anne-UK1 04/13/11 10:49 am Fantastic news. I just looked in and she looks very comfortable in that nest too :)

Marge is some girl isn't she. Nothing at LG or Rutland yet even though their males were back before 7Y.
martyc35 04/13/11 12:30 pm Congrats to Marge. She is phenomenal.
marty
Pamela 04/13/11 04:00 pm Amazing to hear your news regarding the first egg:)

I seem to be having trouble logging onto the cam which is really disappointing. Last year it did not seem to be as much a problem.

Marge's book arrived in the mail yesterday. She is consistently referred to as Lady. Anne, I believe, mentioned the four photographs which are on the insides of the front and back covers. It also includes a map of the area. The concluding chapter is titled "Back from the Brink." Now for the time to sit back and relish the tale, especially knowing it has a happy ending.
DaisyG 04/13/11 07:04 pm Yes she certainly is one amazing osprey :)
I got the book last Wednesday and am still trying to get the time to sit down and read it properly. Have only got as far as end of the first chapter so far.
cathleen 04/13/11 08:59 pm I am thrilled! She is truly a survivor and a professional. lol. My gosh, how many generations of ospreys she has raised! And they all have her genes!
SamiS 04/15/11 05:55 am 1053pm (HST) Lady left the nest and was immediately followed by Odin. They both didn't seem to be alarmed.



1148pm (HST) the cam zoomed in on the egg which appears to be intact.

It has been over an hour and neither parents have returned to the nest.

12a(HST) yay! Lady is back and settled onto the egg!

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