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06-05-2012, 08:16   #16
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Yeah it is so far a wonderful good news story. Lets hope it continues , will head down there in the next day or two.
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It seems their nesting attempt wasn't successful this time. http://goldeneagle.ie/news_viewnews....=7&article=307
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^^^^^^^^^^^

thats a pity,

hope nothing happens to them now esp after the poisoning in mayo
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It seems their nesting attempt wasn't successful this time. http://goldeneagle.ie/news_viewnews....=7&article=307
awww

but the following is positive though

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The pair incubated their egg/s for almost 7 weeks and showed themselves to be great parents, building a nest, bringing food to the nest and sharing the duties at the nest for the whole incubation period. This experience will stand to them on their next breeding attempt in 2013.?
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