Maya does not care for the eggs 24/7 but at intervals. Much of the day she will face forward and look out. She would even go on short hunting forays the first couple of days. I have not seen her leave the den in about 5 days. I do see her turn toward the eggs at different times and assume she is cleaning them.
Tonight I tried to use a flashlight to see if there were still eggs as it looked barren behind her. My first attempts showed nothing attached to the den walls where I originally photographed the eggs. She has not eaten anything offered but I have seen her poop daily. I have assumed she is eating the mysis (which she would pickup during her hunting) and Cyclop-eeze (detectable as red in the waste) but now wonder about egg consumption. After more searching, I did seen and shoot an illfocused video of her cleaning several strands of eggs. I am not sure how many eggs remain though as I think I should have seen many more attached to the left side of the den wall.
The out of focus disk you see on the left is a cheap magnifying glass (barely magnifies). I am looking for a stick on magnifier that might help see if there are spots on the eggs but so far I can't see in the den well enough to tell.