[Tweeters] Re: | Union Bay Watch | 520 Eagle Watch |
ldhubbell at comcast.net
Sun Sep 21 13:58:10 PDT 2014
I do not think anyone knows for sure where the eagles go in August and September, however last year Martin Muller added a comment to the Oct. 6th 2013 post that told about a young eagle heading north in August. You can read it here:
What I do know is they usually hang around until their young learn to fly. Since there were no young in the Broadmoor nest this year it seemed like they left sometime in July instead of mid-to-late August. Last year my first sighting of the returning parents was on September 30th. It will be interesting to see when they show up this year.
Have a great day on Union Bay…where nature lives in the city!
ldhubbell at comcast dot net
On Sep 21, 2014, at 8:17 AM, Ronda Stark wrote:
> Do you have any idea where Eva and Albert spend their summer vacation? The eagles from St.Edwards seem to be year round residents so I was surprised to hear Eva and Albert are not.
> On Sat, Sep 20, 2014 at 12:27 PM, Larry Hubbell <ldhubbell at comcast.net> wrote:
> How long do you think it takes a Great Blue Heron to capture its prey and raise it out of the water? This week's post walks frame by frame through the process. The speed involved may be surprising.
> On another note, When do you think the 520 eagles, Eva and Albert, will return from their summer vacation?
> Have a great day on Union Bay…where nature lives in the city!
> Larry Hubbell
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