21:41 Boka comes back to the nest with prey. I would say an adult bird (pigeon, chicken?). According to the wing feathers. But I don't dare to make these claims.
She only feeds Litlle one. Coincidence? However, it looks like she only offers the younger chick. Button eye often snaps unsuccessfully afterwards. No aggression ... no chopping after the sibling.
In the further course she chops off bites and holds them between both chicks. Button eye begins to orient itself towards the prey. The view is obscured but I suspect the chick is trying to take care of itself.
Also new ... it fixes every movement of its mother. Button eye goes head down and turns it. So look up at an angle and follow everything strangely inquisitive. Food no longer seems important - rather watch.
It is so difficult to describe!!!!
You have to have seen it...
Feeding has ended.
There is nothing left. When Boka leaves for her branch, both chicks do what only button eyes did before.
Do you train your visual perceptions?
I don't know, but it's something new again.