NOTE: This observation is a continuation of a previous post. The earlier article can be found here: Red-tailed Hawk – Baylor Nest Update 9
When we arrived today we found the female Red-tailed Hawk on the nest, and the male on the far away cell phone tower as per usual. While we were observing, the juvenile hawk began moving about in the nest. His mother shifted to another branch in response to this squirming, giving us our first look at least one fine looking white, fluffy eyas. Note what appears to be an egg shell on the rim of the nest just to the left of the eyas.
NOTE: This observation is continued here: Red-tailed Hawk – Baylor Nest Update 11
|Date||–||Apr 28, 2013|
|Time of Day||–||Afternoon|
|Type of Behavior||–||Care of Young|