Leftovers And Thursday Captures

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Many times when the young eagle pair attempt to bring a large stick to the old osprey nest the stick hits a wire and they drop it. This nest is higher that nests in most trees.

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3 Responses to Leftovers And Thursday Captures

  1. NH Gardener says:

    You got some great shots of all the birds. I never thought I’d see eagles on railroad tracks! It’s nice to see the pelicans and cormorants. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a cormorant in flight.
    Your daughter’s creations always make me smile.
    Nice shots!

    • Jim says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      Thank You. The surprising thing is about 200 yards away they were working on track. The machine banging away. I like to watch the cormorants land on water, they drag their tails. I will let my daughter now. Thanks again…

  2. Ellen says:

    Still at it I see, now as I continued to catch up on the posts. But I wonder all the more, how can that nest possibly work for the pair plus young? And it doesn’t look like much cover for storms, including snow. Won’t the metal perches be way too cold and some times iced?

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