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Falcon watchers are encouraged to see them both repeatedly poking around the original 1995-2014 scrape, in the far corner.It seems quite likely that they will try this location for their second clutch.Mēs iesakām visiem mūsu lietotājiem izvēlēties šo čata versiju.Lai izmantotu visas vietnē pieejamās funkcijas, Tev ir nepieciešams iespējot Flash zibatmiņu savā pārlūkprogrammā.Based on these approximate laying dates, we may see little white balls of fluff around Mother's Day!Thursday, April 6, 2017 - Falcon Watchers are keeping a close eye on Lily and Ossie, looking for signs of when they lay their first egg.

If there is a chick, it may be up to a week before it moves enough to be seen by the camera. We think so, but with the scrape hidden from our camera view, we are basing this opinion on how Lily now spends most of her time nestled in that corner, and the fact that Ossie is now occasionally taking a turn sitting there after bringing Lily a meal (picture at left).Some sharp eyed watchers have noted that the opening in the egg seems rather small and are wondering if this is a failed egg, but we're hopeful that the fidgeting and fussing we saw earlier today was indeed about a hatching.We will know for certain in the next few hours if Ossie starts bringing meals to the nest.Thursday, June 15, 2017 - Lily and Ossie are spending a lot of time at the Sheraton - the pair were busy at both ends of the nest ledge on Wednesday evening between and and again during the same half hour this morning - but so far theres no sign of a second clutch. Monday, May 29, 2017 - It appears that Lily and Ossie have finally given up on their first clutch of eggs.Neither adult has visited the scrape today, not even for a moment.

If there is a chick, it may be up to a week before it moves enough to be seen by the camera. We think so, but with the scrape hidden from our camera view, we are basing this opinion on how Lily now spends most of her time nestled in that corner, and the fact that Ossie is now occasionally taking a turn sitting there after bringing Lily a meal (picture at left).

Some sharp eyed watchers have noted that the opening in the egg seems rather small and are wondering if this is a failed egg, but we're hopeful that the fidgeting and fussing we saw earlier today was indeed about a hatching.

We will know for certain in the next few hours if Ossie starts bringing meals to the nest.

Thursday, June 15, 2017 - Lily and Ossie are spending a lot of time at the Sheraton - the pair were busy at both ends of the nest ledge on Wednesday evening between and and again during the same half hour this morning - but so far theres no sign of a second clutch. Monday, May 29, 2017 - It appears that Lily and Ossie have finally given up on their first clutch of eggs.

Neither adult has visited the scrape today, not even for a moment.

Based on our experience with Madame X in 2014, we have high hopes to see (and yes, actually *see*) new eggs by the end of the week!