Early March Morning In Western Kentucky

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2 Responses to Early March Morning In Western Kentucky

  1. The meadowlark is a beautiful bird that I’m not sure I’ve ever seen.
    It looks like plenty of action at the eagle’s nest but no little ones yet, I guess.
    That was a fantastic sunrise! I’m glad the rain let up.

    • Jim says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      The male medowlards do have striking color. The eagle eggs should start hatching tomorrow or the next day. It will be 35 days since they started setting. Will not be able to see them for a week two ten days at the earliest. Not sure how visible they will be in this nest. Have not had too many sunrises of late a pleasant one it was. The rain finally let up. Will need to hold off for some time for the water to get down to normal. At least a month I would guess…

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