Good Evening, Fellow NestIdlers!!
Thursday was another beautiful day on the MN Bound nest. The morning started beautiful, midday was beautiful, late afternoon was beautiful and sunset was beautiful. What can I say, it was a beautiful day! Harmony and Peace again split the duties of nest coverage and high lookout throughout the day. Unfortunately we did not see if they had a good breakfish this morning. Food was scarce on the nest today and the kids were squeeing off and on for a snack. Mom brought a small critter late afternoon and Peace due to having the low spot at the time got first dibs on it. Harmony came down a bit later and contested for possession of the snack and eventually got control. Peace, having had her portion, watched as Harmony finished off the small, white furry looking creature. After snackies Peace stayed low and napped and Harmony went back up to visit her new best buddy, the cam. She loves to perch right next to it now and peek in from the side to steal a glance at us. As the evening progressed and darkness fell they were both on high watch watching the light fade from the gorgeous area that will soon be their hunting grounds and play area.
On to the pics and vids of the day!
Peace mantles, and Harmony eventually steals, the snack.
MNBound Eagles Skillful Mantling Keeps Harmony Away
Some lovely snapshots of the eaglets as the cam panned today
MNBound Eagles Snapshots on the Lookout Branch
And a selection of pics from the day
A tip of the trunk to Razzle and BBC for the always outstanding pics and vids today! Thanks!
Well, I hope your Thursday was as beautiful and serene as the day was on the nest. Have a good evening and we’ll see you here tomorrow!
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