Third egg begins to hatch!

We are delighted to announce that at 9:15AM today, after LM12 had brought in a brilliant rainbow trout for LF15 to feed herself and the chicks, it was noticed that we have a crack in the third egg, beneath the other egg shell which has been covering it and the cause of much confusion until now.

The first two chicks getting fed whilst their final sibling begins to break free © Scottish Wildlife Trust
The first two chicks getting fed whilst their final sibling begins to break free © Scottish Wildlife Trust

For a more detailed account, please check back later, as the egg shell covering the third egg is making it difficult to get great pictures.

Paul

Species Protection Officer

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We are delighted to announce that at 9:15AM today, after LM12 had brought in a brilliant rainbow trout for LF15 to feed herself and the chicks, it was noticed that …

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