Lake levels are still high and I got to 2 of the nests.  Sure hope to get to third nest in a couple of days.
 
H&G nest
 
Hershey watching over his unseen chick(s) in the golden hour light.
 
 
 
First Nest
 
Kate waiting for Petruchio to bring home a fish for their family.
Because of water levels, I still cannot see into the nest.  Hope to soon!!

H&G Nest
 
The high lake levels have kept all of the bald eagle nest monitors from checking the nests as often as we usually do.
I got to the nest of Hershey and Godiva to find that their chick(s) have hatched!
That is Hershey at the lower left as Godiva is watching from behind the main truck of their nest tree.
 
 
Godiva leaning over to feed an unseen chick.
 
 
Hershey on his favorite outlook post.
 
 
After the chick feeding, Godiva settled in to enjoy some of the morning sunshine.

So far, the news is very good at the two nests that had human intrusions!
 
First Nest
 
Dad Petruchio bringing a fish to the nest this afternoon.
 
 
 
 
Mom Kate on the left and Dad Petruchio on the right.
Kinda hard to see Kate – wind was blowing and she was staying tight on the chick(s).
 
 
 
 
H&G Nest
 
Mom Godiva hasn’t laid her eggs yet; that’s her on the right.
Hershey seems to be singing a duet with her.
You can see the nest to their right.
As always, this nest is the furthest reach for my camera.
 
 
 
 
Thought I’d give you a wider view of the nest and the surrounding trees.
Do you see Godiva too?
 
 

First Nest
 
I visited First Nest today and found Petruchio preening on a limb near the nest.
Having finished getting all his feathers clean and straight, he gave me a hello flight and soared closely over my head.
 
 
 
 
H&G Nest
 
I thought I would show you the nest … from where I stand to watch the home of Hershey and Godiva!
Can you find the nest?
 
 
 
 
And, then show you a crop of the same photo and you can see Godiva perched in front of her nest.  She hasn’t laid her eggs yet.