NOTE: This observation is a continuation of a previous post. The earlier article can be found here: Red-tailed Hawk – Baylor Nest Update 2

Here are a couple of looks at the Carollton Red-tail Hawk nest that I have been observing for the last several weeks. The female is incubating eggs now—an effort that I believe began right around the beginning of March. Red-tailed Hawks incubate their eggs for approximately 30 days, so we should have some baby hawks near the end of the month!

NOTE: This observation is continued here: Red-tailed Hawk – Baylor Nest Update 4

Red-tailed Hawk - Baylor Nest Update 3
Red-tailed Hawk - Baylor Nest Update 3
Red-tailed Hawk - Baylor Nest Update 3

Observation Details

CountyDenton
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CityCarrollton
DateMar 2, 2013
Time of DayMorning
TemperatureCold (less than 50°F/10°C)
WeatherClear
HabitatAgricultural-Farm
Type of BehaviorNesting
GenderFemale
MaturityAdult
ObserverChris Jackson