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Here is the link:@sanderson wrote:Harriet has 2 hatchlings!
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Thanks, S -- don't know how I missed it.@sanderson wrote:Click on the link 2 posts up.
Dumb question: I see a baby and an egg, so why do you say there might be only one chick? Should the other egg have hatched by now?
BTW, that's a very sophisticated cam setup -- very impressive.
I don't think the egg is viable because neither parent is nesting. The eggs usually hatch within a day or so of each other. However, the chick has some great nesting instincts and should be a good parent someday.
I missed the eagle cam and found it finished. What happened?
KJ, I checked tonight and it was active. ?? However, sad news is that the baby died. Crews removed him and the unhatched egg to determine the cause of death. The parents look lost. Grieving?
I was wondering if the little eaglet was overfed as one comment said it was stuffed and with the abundance of food and only one offspring to feed, that could be a cause?
Good news. They are rebuilding (redecorating?) the nest and spending some close time together.
@sanderson wrote:Good news. They are rebuilding (redecorating?) the nest and spending some close time together.
They still have time to raise two chicks. It is early days yet.
And, they are in Florida (?). I watched the current videos and it was funny to see them squabbling over where to put the sticks in the nest. Yet, they are on the same page. Like old married couples.
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