I think Merdie must be have done a pawesome job helping khoach Brandon!
Then some 'pre out the door' Doga
Okay...here it is...this week's Walkin' Wednesday video
We hope all are having a GReat day!
We'll be keeping our eyes on the PFs and trying to snag any shots we khan. As I prep this post fur Wednesday (and as woo saw in my pikhs above), it is a dampkhoolbreezy one here and the pawrents will be staying hunkered down on their April/May eggs!
UPDATE FROM THE FALkhON WIRE NEWS:
3/30/2010 :: Egg Number Five!Shortly after noon today, March 30th, the fifth egg arrived. This is probably the full clutch. From this point until the eggs hatch around the end of April, the male will be the primary hunter, providing food for the female. He will also incubate the eggs about 30% of the incubation period. After hatching, up until the eyases fledge in the middle of June, both of the adults will rely on their hunting skills to provide for a rapidly growing family. The abundance of migrating and resident birds in the area will be key to the success of the falcon nesting season here at the Rachel Carson State Office Building.
Mom was watching about that time - akhtually just after it - she thought something looked difFURent!
(Sing it MG!)
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