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  1. #16
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    When they are all huddled together in one ball of fluff itís pretty hard to tell how many are there. Much easier at feeding time.
    My wife was quite amused with the cleanup after meals. Half eaten bird carcass gets taken away from the nest by mum, and she returns very soon after without it. Presumably dropped like a takeaway container on a Chinese street!
    Possibly not quite as amusing for the punter walking down Collins St thatís just pulled the lid of his takeaway coffee

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by OxxAndBert View Post
    When they are all huddled together in one ball of fluff itís pretty hard to tell how many are there. Much easier at feeding time.
    My wife was quite amused with the cleanup after meals. Half eaten bird carcass gets taken away from the nest by mum, and she returns very soon after without it. Presumably dropped like a takeaway container on a Chinese street!
    Possibly not quite as amusing for the punter walking down Collins St thatís just pulled the lid of his takeaway coffee

    Steve
    Yeah I thought the same...lol

    Maybe she takes it away to have her meal in peace.

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    Was lucky today, you can easily see the three chicks being fed by Dad

    Rick

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    [QUOTE=warrick;1975569]Was lucky today, you can easily see the three chicks being fed by Dad

    Rick

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    Have a look at how big they are now...mum ( the bigger bird) cant even sit on all 3.
    They are growing fast.

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    Lunch time, not pigeon again

    falcon.jpg

    Rick

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    Quote Originally Posted by warrick View Post
    Lunch time, not pigeon again

    falcon.jpg

    Rick
    hahaha

    must have eaten all their vegies first

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    Quote Originally Posted by warrick View Post
    Was lucky today, you can easily see the three chicks being fed by Dad

    Rick

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    If there's any justice in the world the chicks are being fed feral cat.

    Grahame

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    They are getting real feathers now, growing real fast

    Rick


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    Quote Originally Posted by warrick View Post
    They are getting real feathers now, growing real fast

    Rick


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    Another couple of weeks and they'll be flying.

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    Default Maiden flights

    I'm really hoping to see one of this chicks attempt it's maiden.

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