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Thread subject: Friends of Blackwater Eagle/Eggs
Name Date Message
terryo 02/12/10 10:26 am Just saw a recent post from FoB that showed mom survived the record snows and was able to apparently keep her eggs dry and free of snow. Also just saw the male on the osprey nest eating something.
Pamela 02/12/10 11:02 am Thanks Terry. that's a relief to hear. I'm glad that you also saw the male on the nest eating.
I noticed the pine twig and thought about the article written about the Loblolly Pine the eagles have chosen for their nest site. The notation in the article regarding pine twigs seems interesting. . . especially at this time with Valentine's Day soon to be here. :-)))
FOB Webmaster 02/12/10 12:22 pm Amazing parents. Our ranger and cam technician said it was really bad down there, but the eagles just take it in stride.
terryo 02/12/10 03:13 pm Amazing is an understatement Lisa. I kept watching the snow cover her body as the storm(s) progressed. Like you said, she just toughed it out. Amy idea the approx. age of these experienced old foggies?
FOB Webmaster 02/12/10 06:33 pm No idea on their age. We did think that maybe the male was new a few years ago (meaning new to the nest), but I think we've had the same female since we came online in 2005.
Kelly 02/13/10 07:24 am They are, indeed, amazing! ... they could put on a clinic for other nesting pairs :)))

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