Bobbleheads #2 and #3 both arrived in the space of a few hours today, one at night approx 2.15am and the third by 2pm (AEST), who no doubt heard all the goins-on outside the shell, so arrived in full colour (lucky for us!). Apologies for not having this post up before now – I’ve been waiting until the end of time for 5-6 of the first video clips to upload to YouTube (for some reason it’d be faster if I hand-mailed them to YouTube HQ!); been 4+ hours so far!!
Video clips here:
The second eyas hatches during the night (all sorts of YouTube wrong happening with this one; apologies!!)
Indeed all 3 eyases appear to be healthy and all have been fed by Diamond at different times in the day. Initially this morning the first eyas (aka Tumbler) was hogging the entire feed, but once #3 arrived we could see that the feeding evened out across all three chicks. This is bound to happen. This is the first season where we’ve had more than 1 eyas in the eyrie, being able to use both our new HD cameras to record events. Unfortunately the lack of audio appears to be something in the older streaming apps we’re currently using, but efforts are being made right now to upgrade the capability (being careful not to lose capability entirely). The Project may be up for a software licence for a more robust player and streamer; we’ll let you know progress.