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« Reply #435 on: 17-May-21, 07:53:11 am »

The migration has begun.

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« Reply #436 on: 17-May-21, 07:56:21 am »

Beauty and Dot.ca watch as their eyas takes its first steps!

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« Reply #437 on: 17-May-21, 08:40:06 am »

At 7:48 am, DC was in the nest box with the eyases. Beauty came in to take over, but DC wasn't ready to leave. At 8:33 am, DC moved into the corner and B finally decided to leave. This was a different kind of stand off. lol





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« Reply #438 on: 17-May-21, 06:45:38 pm »



The final brooding chart for the season!
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« Reply #439 on: 17-May-21, 08:30:49 pm »



The final brooding chart for the season!

Thanks Ei! Love the hatch marks.
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« Reply #440 on: 17-May-21, 09:18:02 pm »



The final brooding chart for the season!

Thanks for recording another season of brooding shifts. I will add the chart to the list of charts dating back to 2002.
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Interesting tid-bit: See that tiny white bump on the eyas beak? That's the "egg tooth" the eyas used to chip away at the egg until it broke open!
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« Reply #442 on: 19-May-21, 07:46:44 am »

How cute am I?

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« Reply #443 on: 19-May-21, 07:49:05 am »

Eyas wings!

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« Reply #444 on: 19-May-21, 07:52:14 am »

Hi dad!

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« Reply #445 on: 19-May-21, 02:57:52 pm »

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Interesting tid-bit: See that tiny white bump on the eyas beak? That's the "egg tooth" the eyas used to chip away at the egg until it broke open!

Thanks I love learning these details!    

Question - lately Beauty has been down in the area below the edge of the front of the scrape.   Is she letting them be "on their own" while keeping a close eye on them?   It reminds me of when my kids were toddlers and I would occasionally let them think they were being independent while I could watch them.

So much fun watching these eyas grow!

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Interesting tid-bit: See that tiny white bump on the eyas beak? That's the "egg tooth" the eyas used to chip away at the egg until it broke open!

Thanks I love learning these details!    

Question - lately Beauty has been down in the area below the edge of the front of the scrape.   Is she letting them be "on their own" while keeping a close eye on them?   It reminds me of when my kids were toddlers and I would occasionally let them think they were being independent while I could watch them.

So much fun watching these eyas grow!

Kathryn Jensen

If she's lying down in the area right in front of the box, she's sunning herself to get rid of feather mites.

One of the parents is somewhere within visual range of the eyases at all times. It might be challenging to find them, but they are there.
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« Reply #447 on: 19-May-21, 09:30:48 pm »

Question - lately Beauty has been down in the area below the edge of the front of the scrape.   Is she letting them be "on their own" while keeping a close eye on them?   It reminds me of when my kids were toddlers and I would occasionally let them think they were being independent while I could watch them.

So much fun watching these eyas grow!

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Congrats on your first post, Kathryn! You're no longer a lurker.  congrats
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« Reply #448 on: 20-May-21, 08:35:30 am »

Thanks - it's taken me a while to figure out how the forums work but I'm starting to get the hang of it!
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If she's lying down in the area right in front of the box, she's sunning herself to get rid of feather mites.

One of the parents is somewhere within visual range of the eyases at all times. It might be challenging to find them, but they are there.

It's funny though because her head was sometimes below the edge and then I would see her peeking over the edge.   Watching and learning about their behaviors is fun - grateful for the experts who answer questions!

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