Rainy Day Swap Outs

Went out twice yesterday during breaks in the misty rain. Got lucky and caught two swap outs as the eagles take turns incubating their eggs…

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4 Responses to Rainy Day Swap Outs

  1. Mary S. says:

    Am I wrong or are the maturing eagles (or maybe it’s just one) hanging around to learn by watching how to take care of eggs? A question that arose in my mind when I saw the maturing eagle.
    Also fascinated by the way the eagles can manipulate their wings, fly in between “little” spaces and then spread them full when there is enough space. MCS

    • Jim says:

      Mary S,
      The juveniles to come back to the area but the adults chase them off. Some times a mate will catch a wing on the head or have to duck but they do a pretty good job of getting through small spaces. It is fascinating to watch…

  2. We’re supposed to get 1-3 inches of rain tomorrow. I hope you and the eagles stay dry-you’ve had enough!

    • Jim says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      Hope you don’t get it all in one day. We are supposed to be on the dry side for the first 10 days of March. A good thing too. They are raising the lakes up way above summer pool to allow the Ohio and Mississippi to fall…

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