Day 34 and we’re still waiting for the first sign of a pair of little heads to appear. Today we took a digital SLR camera up and recorded some extreme close-up videos. We can confirm there are two eggs and Mum is very agitated about their condition, spending plenty of time re-adjusting herself over the eggs, shifting gravel and picking at the rubber underlay floor. Meanwhile the male has spent most of the day on guard, sitting on or in the microwave transmission dish around the corner from the roost.
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