Sunday, April 22, 2012

Earth Day Birthday?

Update 04/23 @ 8 pm: First chick's baby photo snapped at around 3 this afternoon - see here.
One still pipping; one still in the egg. This is better than telly.

Update 04/23 @ 9 am: late yesterday we could see inside one of the eggs where a chick had chipped away a section. Haven't seen any chicks all the way out yet, but right now it's cold and windy and mama hawk is providing a down comforter. 

About quarter after noon (EST) nest-watchers noticed a beak poking out of one of the Red-tailed hawk eggs. Could we have an Earth Day Birthday? Nest-watchers are hoping so....


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