Which pot plant did she choose? Bigsis/Robin
Tracy, I see that there is still a need for signatures on the petition, but I can't find where to sign it. Do you have a link so we can do our part to save the wetlands?
Oh Tracy, such great news and thank you for letting us see the owls again. So exciting.
This is wonderful news. I can hardly wait to see PPO and everyone again.
First egg is in the nest!
Initial video site http://www.africam.com/wildlife/potted_plant_owl_webcamInitial chat sitehttp://www.ustream.tv/socialstream/5887142?activeTab=chat
Tell them Wolphie sent you and you LOVED last year's moderators :-)
Congratulations to you guys and of course the owls !! How facinating !!
Is that an egg that I see?
I'm looking forward to watching PPO and Pappa.
Wonderful news! So eggcited!
Wonderful News Tracy. Thank you.
Thank you thank you thank you. I love to see her. It looked like earlier that she was in labor. . . I sure do feel for the little owls b/c there is a lot of pain (just as we have). Blessings, Janet (It's so good to be back.)
The egg has been left alone for quite some time now...I assume the temps there are warm enough to not harm the incubation. Hurry home Mama~ It's far too soon to start worrying!
I think it isn't broadcast live because I am in Europe with the same time zone as Johannesburg and here it is daytime when it is night-time at Johannesburg.Africam says there is a problem with the cam.
Ooooh, I am so delighted! I have been waiting! :)I can't wait until I can see them "live" here.Congratulations to all!Love, Sarah/mrshb
Nothing to worry about. PPO did this last season. Many other birds will not fully incubate the first egg or two.One theory is that it slows down the developement, so they all hatch closer to each other.
Good to see you again PPO