For those of us at the nest site this evening, it will be a breezy night to remember. LittleEagle performed magic sequences for much of the time I visited. The light was very contrasty, but when he flittered in the evening breeze, this creature had us wowed.
After several dances through limbs of the nest tree, LittleEagle sat quietly on the branch with the adopted sibling who has been out of the nest for almost 2 days now. (I was told by one of the kind folks who live on the street that this happened several times today)
It was as if he was trying to tell the Eaglet to flap his wings and get back to the nest. I don't think the adult Eagles can feed him where he is, so these may be critical hours.
Lets hope the Eaglet follows LittleEagles advice and gets back up where his family has their meals.
cheer's from Southern Vancouver Island... TerryV
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