5/25/2012 :: Update From the Ledge
Yesterday, just after 6AM, the red-banded eyas was swept off the ledge by a gust of wind as he flapped his wings. He was rescued from a nearby alley and returned to the ledge. At this age the eyases aren't quite ready to fly but they have the ability to make clumsy, relatively light landings. Volunteers are watching the young birds all day long from this point until they fledge and successfully return to the ledge. The adult male is doing a great job providing for the eyases on his own as there is still no sign of the adult female.
It looks like one of them is rekhreating how it happened in the pikh from FrEYEday - Mom hadn't seen the update about Red-Banded Boy's Big Adventure!
Mom - woo khrakhk me up - was work REALLY that khrazy???
The Doggy Nanny's Mother's Day Flowers
I was furry interested in the birds at the pond - mostly goooooozers from Khanada BUT there was a White Heron down there as well - or so Mom tells me!
Since this khan be Khaturday, I wanted to paw some more wishes fur Parker's Furamily in oHIo - many of woo know she left us on Thursday - those she left behind are still grasping the khoncept of life with Parker Pie - she's the one that does the pawesome Diabetes Sucks graphikh each year fur her special mom - Parker left an inkhredible legacy woo khan read HERE IN HER OBITUARY - I'll miss her - and woo KNOW I'm furry pikhky about my flavours of KHATS - just sayin'
I snagged this shot of her handsome Woofie BroFur Diamond from his Dogster Page - snuggling with a KHAT??? OH DIAMOND!!!
Happy Saturday KHATuday EvFURRYone!
Miss Fluffy Tail
The eyases are very mobile on the ledge now and are sometimes completely out of camera view. They're spending time on a small ledge opposite the radius column behind the scrape