Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Tuesday Telling

From the latest entry on The Falcon Wire
3/22/2021  ::   Three eggs so far
As of Sunday morning, there are now three eggs in the 15th floor ledge nest box located on the Rachel Carson State Office Building. The question remains, how many eggs will 48/AE lay in 2021? In the past, the maximum has been five eggs with four being the average. Falcon Cam watchers will need to continue to watch to see if more eggs will arrive this week.
Peregrine falcons lay their eggs in two- to three-day cycles, indicating another egg could appear as early as Tuesday morning. The male and female share the duties of incubation for approximately 31 days. Therefore, the first egg laid should hatch around April 16.

Time to head to The Hive!

Spotted on the next vehicle open when I parked!

Note to self: take a better shot of the stained glass feathers next week!
Lunch special time - Tomato Bisque soup and half Bee's Knee On Wheat with crackers for Khousin E
OhSoTasty chicken salad with grapes -
and a great soaker for the sandwich's bread ;-)
And a Blueberry Fog 

I supposE Khousin E wanted LOBSTAH on her crackErs!

And Lambie was already back for her nap!
And I'm back - might be time for my nap!

Today will be some Oriental Take Out we'll transport  to Millersville for The Birthday Boy!

AND that's all the PAWTY we'll need!

Happy Tuesday EvFURRYone!

All Of Us At NAK's Khottage


Molly the Airedale said...

The blueberry fog looks interesting (this coming from someone who has no clue what it is). Are these marshmallows? The flowers are soooooooo pretty!
I hit the grocery store yesterday and got Tillamook White Chocolate and Raspberry ice cream. OMG!

The Oceanside Animals said...

Lulu: "Looks like Cousin E is on the seafood diet!"