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Subject: APZ00090wp

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  • coldcounter by coldcounter

    Two days after the "late nester" ... and there are two grown chicks were two days ago were eggs.... I think this adds to the confusion..

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  • yshish by yshish moderator, translator

    Those chicks have started creches = they don't stay in their nests and move around. Can you link the picture from 2 days ago please?

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  • coldcounter by coldcounter

    Yep - I will just go back and find it .. here tis https://talk.penguinwatch.org/?_ga=1.268021837.2113833987.1463022015#/subjects/APZ00090vk

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  • yshish by yshish moderator, translator

    12 hours and 30 minutes later they're gone APZ00090wt

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  • coldcounter by coldcounter

    urgh..... frustrating that we can't track them sequentially .... and what happened to the eggs???

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  • yshish by yshish moderator, translator

    APZ00090wg nesting and here is the egg visible: APZ00090w3. It must have happened 2015-02-01 later that day.

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  • yshish by yshish moderator, translator

    APZ00090um and APZ00090uk shows the egg, 8 pm. (2 of them here: APZ00090ud )

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  • yshish by yshish moderator, translator

    APZ00090u7

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  • gardenmaeve by gardenmaeve moderator

    Yes, that's the same sequence I tracked late last night. We see only through a little window.

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  • gardenmaeve by gardenmaeve moderator

    There will always be mysteries about the penguins we see.

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