Nest Update, February 29

So far, so good — two eggs, both due to hatch toward the end of March (35 days after each arrived).

Tomorrow and Wednesday, we’ll  post someDF eagle e-book photos of the Duke Farms Bald Eagles away from the nest. Such photos were a tad hard to come by when we did the e-book last summer and fall.

Speaking of which, if you have not looked at “Duke Farms’ Bald Eagles” — a free on-line e-book with tons of info, beautiful photos and helpful inks — what are you waiting for?

The link is here.

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2 Responses to Nest Update, February 29

  1. silvestri erna says:

    Every once in a while I check in to the
    Live Eagle Cam. Is it possible to know which one (Mom or Dad) is sitting on the eggs?

  2. Pingback: Am. Woodcock, Ducks, other field notes – Feb. 29, 2016 | mocosocoBirds

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