for such a large bird, the bald eagle can suddenly appear –
flight determined and through the upper branches of the trees
This is Petruchio, who is the mate to Kate, and he is fishing to provide her with food.
He will provide her with fish while she is patiently keeping their eggs warm and safe.
Kate began incubating her eggs on January 16, 2016.
If all goes well, the chicks should hatch about February 20.
I have been following this Jordan Lake pair of bald eagles since they built their nest in 2012.
I will continue to update their activities for you and for the Army Corps of Engineers’ eagle monitoring project.
You can find past stories about this pair and their offspring
in this blog.
The opening of the Eagle Educational photo gallery and meet-the-photographer date
originally scheduled for January 23, had to be changed due to weather.
The opening will be on February 13 from 2-4 PM at the Jordan Lake State Recreation Area Visitor Center, Hwy 64, Apex, NC.
Hope to see you there! doc ellen