This one kept us waiting a little longer than the first!
It was just after midnight on Wednesday morning when we noticed the first crack on our second egg, and later that morning it was clear that hatching was underway.
After a long afternoon and a fairly we evening spent watching NC0 feeding her first chick, we finally saw the second youngster breaking out at around 1:16am. A couple of hours later, we got our first good look at the two chicks together.
This video shows the progress of our second chick as it gradually hatches out of its egg.
Both chicks have been feeding this morning, and we’re hopeful that the last chick won’t be far behind!
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This one kept us waiting a little longer than the first! It was just after midnight on Wednesday morning when we noticed the first crack on our second egg, and …