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« on: 19-Jun-10, 02:40:29 PM »

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Both Callidora and Jemison have learned that the world is a lot bigger than the few cubic feet of nest box they've called home since they hatched in May.  In fact, it didn't take them long to move from tentative hops in and out of the nest box to hanging out at the very...



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« Reply #1 on: 19-Jun-10, 02:54:34 PM »

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Both Callidora and Jemison have learned that the world is a lot bigger than the few cubic feet of nest box they've called home since they hatched in May.  In fact, it didn't take them long to move from tentative hops in and out of the nest box to hanging out at the very...



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« Reply #2 on: 19-Jun-10, 03:03:58 PM »

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Both Callidora and Jemison have learned that the world is a lot bigger than the few cubic feet of nest box they've called home since they hatched in May.  In fact, it didn't take them long to move from tentative hops in and out of the nest box to hanging out at the very...



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Comfy enough that Callidora's snoozing on the perch!
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« Reply #3 on: 19-Jun-10, 09:24:23 PM »

This is the first time I have seen ledging. I'm used to the broods at Kodak getting into the playpen just before they fledge.  It happens at other nest sites, but had not happened here.  For example, the San Francisco birds ran all over the builfing for days before they flew. 

Every day brings it home to me that everything is unknown this season.  We have a new box, a new location, and a new pair.  How will fledging go?  Will they start flying in the gorge?  Where will they roost?

The good news is that Archer and Beauty have quickly learned to be good parents.  I've always been amazed watching the eyasses develop, but this year I've seen the patents develop as well.

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« Reply #4 on: 19-Jun-10, 09:57:23 PM »

I've always been amazed watching the eyasses develop, but this year I've seen the patents develop as well.

one of the very most memorable moments so far this year was Archer the day hatching began, looking down at all that, standing there, "instinct" delivery way off schedule, trying to figure where his nice quiet eggs had gone and what the story was with THIS stuff...
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« Reply #5 on: 19-Jun-10, 10:04:21 PM »

I've always been amazed watching the eyasses develop, but this year I've seen the patents develop as well.

one of the very most memorable moments so far this year was Archer the day hatching began, looking down at all that, standing there, "instinct" delivery way off schedule, trying to figure where his nice quiet eggs had gone and what the story was with THIS stuff...



One of my favorite moments of that look...
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