Yup, there is feeding going on, which means that if you stand there long enough you will get your chance to see the parents switch off chick-sitting duties. That’s a given once you know that they have a hatchling. But you can’t predict whether or not the fog will roll in, even on a day that started out looking beautiful. Not that that would stop any of us. There was a small crowd of photographers waiting for each appearance by the parents. The nest seems tipped away from our view so that hatchling will have to grow a bit before we see him. Or possibly them. You know I’ll be checking in on them again soon.
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Very nice photos and I am even more appreciative after seeing my NH eagle up close and personal.
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Having a nest close enough to photograph is such a treat. Of course it takes a zoom lens to see them well. I wish I could predictably go out to see all the other animals I hope to see someday.