Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Tuesday Telling

 Lookie what we saw furst thing Monday morning - they had finally changed the khamera pawsitions!
 Here is the news posted to Falcon Wire:
3/7/2016  ::   First Egg!
At around 7:11 a.m. on Saturday, March 5th, the female laid the first egg!

The female has the nest meticulously prepared for the event. She moved her body in the scrape to make a well-rounded depression in the gravel base.

Typically, the female lays an egg at one to two day intervals. The first and second egg should get occasional incubation time. When the third egg arrives, the incubation time should increase. The full clutch, 3-5 eggs, will be warmed continuously until hatching begins.

The entire incubation period lasts for 32 to 35 days. The female will do most of the sitting on the eggs; the male will sit for approximately 30% of the incubation time. The male will increase his hunting efforts to provide food for both of them. The camera angles now are set for close views into the scrape.
- See more at: http://www.dep.state.pa.us/dep/falcon/falconewire.html#sthash.d1zqaKrc.dpuf
3/7/2016  ::   First Egg!
At around 7:11 a.m. on Saturday, March 5th, the female laid the first egg!

The female has the nest meticulously prepared for the event. She moved her body in the scrape to make a well-rounded depression in the gravel base.

Typically, the female lays an egg at one to two day intervals. The first and second egg should get occasional incubation time. When the third egg arrives, the incubation time should increase. The full clutch, 3-5 eggs, will be warmed continuously until hatching begins.

The entire incubation period lasts for 32 to 35 days. The female will do most of the sitting on the eggs; the male will sit for approximately 30% of the incubation time. The male will increase his hunting efforts to provide food for both of them. The camera angles now are set for close views into the scrape.
- See more at: http://www.dep.state.pa.us/dep/falcon/falconewire.html#sthash.d1zqaKrc.dpuf
3/7/2016  ::   First Egg!
At around 7:11 a.m. on Saturday, March 5th, the female laid the first egg!

The female has the nest meticulously prepared for the event. She moved her body in the scrape to make a well-rounded depression in the gravel base.

Typically, the female lays an egg at one to two day intervals. The first and second egg should get occasional incubation time. When the third egg arrives, the incubation time should increase. The full clutch, 3-5 eggs, will be warmed continuously until hatching begins.

The entire incubation period lasts for 32 to 35 days. The female will do most of the sitting on the eggs; the male will sit for approximately 30% of the incubation time. The male will increase his hunting efforts to provide food for both of them. The camera angles now are set for close views into the scrape. - See more at: http://www.dep.state.pa.us/dep/falcon/falconewire.html#sthash.d1zqaKrc.dpuf

 Yes Khyra - your mom was khorrekht - she khould tell but khouldn't khonFURm it!



 Another year of working the lens!


 Khamped on the edge of the skhrape box

 Paws khrossed #2 will arrive today - if not even by the time this post hits the khorner!
 Okay - before we were so rudely interrupted by The GKP khalling Mom, we wanted to share our exciting Saturday night -
 My favorite game is having my ball roll under the chairs - so Mom has to get up - get the 'tool' she uses - get down on her knees - OH THE NOISES WE HEAR - find it - knokhk it out - THEN get bakhk up  - OH THE NOISES WE HEAR!



 We must have so inspired Mom fur not long after this, I believe The Nap Monster that lives somewhere in the khouch got her ;-)

We had a nice Tuesday with Mom - two walks - a trip to the grocery store - and some yard time - I had a great nap in the sun!

Happy Tuesday EvFURRYone!

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra

3 comments:

Mitch and Molly said...

We know all about those noises. We hear them too when mom has to fetch Molly's tennis ball when it goes where it shouldn't!

Two French Bulldogs said...

Yippee! A baby is on the way
Lily & Edward

Siku Marie, White Dog said...

So excited to see this true sign of Spring's arrival! And we play the same game with dad but we all hunker down next to him to look under the couch with him.