They don’t seem to have much down time. Always moving.
New Hampshire Gardener,
Early morning has had consistent activity at this nest. Thank You…
Hi Jim, long time since I have checked on my blog, or shared much. My sister is in final staging of Cancer and I am going to not have much time to do this for a while longer.
I am so envious that you can visit an Eagles nest once again. After 5 years, our pair seems to have gone elsewhere. No one has seen them for months. The last time I saw them was May 27th. I go three to four times a week to look for them and always…always leave with a huge lump in my throat. They became very special to me and I am so thankful for the opportunity that I had. I was hoping though that I could witness a comeback this coming season, following the disastrous outcome of this past April. My heart still aches and tears come when I think of how awful it all came down. Glorious images shared as always.
Mary Howell Cromer,
Had read about your sister, tough to deal with when not much you can do to help.
It is sad to lose the observation opportunities a nest provide. Usually they build a new nest not that far from the old one. Of course access may be impossible if you do find the new one, but who knows. Have watched three nests were they have built new ones nearby. Good Luck…
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