Still no sign

Scott and I have both spent much time looking for our missing youngster.  This afternoon we went back out again and there was nothing, not even the parents.  This could mean that they’ve given up (unlikely as generally adults will find a youngster that has landed in a difficult spot) or that they’ve all taken off together (also unlikely as usually the group will stay around the campsite for some time – last year they stayed for weeks, but the year before, als0 with a lone female younster, they left the area quite soon).

So, it’s a puzzle.  We’ll both keep popping in over the weekend interspersed with our other activities. I’ll also send out an alert to the other bird-watchers in Orange to see if they can spot them.

Cilla

5 thoughts

  1. Cilla and Scott,
    Yes, as Carly has said, thank you for keeping up your search for Solo, as you are able to, with your other commitments as well. Over here in Canada and around the world, I am sure, we keep hoping for a positive outcome.

  2. Cilla and Scott,
    Thank you from me as well, for your efforts searching for Solo. My thoughts are with you and I’ll keep hoping for a good outcome.

  3. I’m so sorry to hear that you can’t find Solo, my heart goes out to you.
    With all those tree’s and grass you can only do so much, so thank you for all you do.

  4. thank you Cila and Scott, j’espère que vous retrouverez Solo il serait dommage qu’une si belle réussite se termine ainsi….Gardons espoir… je suis le blog pour d’autres nouvelles qui seront bonnes j’espère … merci pour tout votre travail.

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