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I own no land, instead I have wheelestate. I’ve been a full time RVer since 1997. Working summers as a Park Ranger takes me to many beautiful places and playing during the winter takes me to many more. This blog is simply the story of my life's adventures.

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Sunday, January 17, 2010

One more egg or Here we go again


Yesterday I got around to posting about the first batch of four dove eggs not being fertile. Last night, they laid another egg. So, here we go again, waiting 13-19 days for a hatch.

BTW, I want to introduce you to Mike the owner of Don and Angie Turtle Doves. He started his own blog last night at blogwithnoname. Check it out.

14 comments:

Carolyn Ford said...

good luck on this one! I will cheer for success...

Erin said...

perhaps this time they will be successful. they are such beautiful birdies ^..^

Bibi said...

I'll keep my fingers crossed...waiting to hear.

Diane AZ said...

That was fast. I wonder how many they will lay this time.

Barb said...

That's a fertile couple. Hope for better luck this time!

Janie said...

I hope they're more successful this time. I'll go check out Mike's blog.

Rambling Woods said...

Well...they are having fun trying..I will check out Mike's blog...

Bill S. said...

I hope that soon fertility will set in. Very interesting.

Natural Moments said...

Each egg is like a new and personalized view point where the world will see with fresh eyes.

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

Oh gosh!! The waiting period can be killing!!

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Gaelyn: Another countdown, you are like an expecting grandmother. I will check out his blog.

Jazz said...

You go Don and Angie. You'll get it right eventually.

Craver Vii said...

That nest looks like the kind of straw hat you might see on a Jibaro (HEE-ba-ro) from Puerto Rico.

Jibaro, roughly translated, would be like saying Hillbilly, except that it is closer to a term of endearment than derogatory. A Jibaro is often considered to be a "true" Puerto Rican.

Small City Scenes said...

So.....do you know if one is really a male bird? My MIL had a small bird that laid eggs occasionally and threw them out of the cage. Whacko bird.

The wildlife people said that there are fewer Eagles this year because the Chum run is down. It seems to happen in a cycle. MB

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