At the end of January I was still checking on the eagle nest in the neighborhood but still had not seen any sign of a baby with the exception of both adults on the nest most of the time. They are late compared to last year and all of the other nests around the area. I saw one of the parents bringing in food so I’m thinking the baby was still too small to see from here.
I had seen one kestrel a few days earlier but on another visit there were two sitting on the bat box. Looks like a couple. Last winter I only saw one and it was a female.
A few days later I caught him in the middle of eating a bug and then she flew in. He finished his bug and then they both took off.
A dove was watching from the tree behind me.
White ibis flying across the utility field before dark.
The sun was just starting to go down at the eagle’s nest.
My husband and I used to follow nest-cams of eagles, hawks, and ospreys (and the occasional albatross). It’s fascinating to watch the whole process until the little ones fledge!
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I would love to be there
Thanks for sharing this exciting post! I still remember both times I saw an eagle?