Thursday, May 13, 2021

Thursday Thinking

The latest words on the Falcon Wire: 

5/12/2021  ::   Signs of growth to watch for

Falcon Cam followers have likely observed that the young hatchlings are often left alone in the nest box. This is normal. Following hatching, the young are brooded, keeping them warm, almost constantly. Within two to three weeks, the eyasses no longer require constant brooding and the adults will leave the nest, usually while hunting, for extended periods. Another sign of growth, besides size, is their feathers. The downy white feathers will gradually be replaced by juvenile feathers within three to five weeks. During the sixth week, fledgling (their first attempts at flight) should begin. During this vulnerable period, the young will still be dependent on the adults to provide food. As they master flight, within one month they should be hunting on their own!


Now for some E thinking -

Monday's toast watch -

Tuesday's Toast Watch -
The KhampEr home and thinking about all the fun she had  - FUR SURE!
Tuesday's visit to Bob's ;-)

Cinnamon roll with ICING - well, yes: it did follow me back to The Khottage -
Turkey Khlub and some fries for lunch - which was enjoyed with a BIG SMILE as some TEXAS PALS had arranged for a gift khard to be waiting for me - 
Thank YOU furry much Olive and Luna - and your humans too !  

It wasn't too bad a first day back at The GKP - but of course, I'll still be eagerly anticipating Saturday evening -

Happy Thursday EvFURRYone!

All Of Us At NAK's Khottage


Molly the Airedale said...

You are such a beauty, Emmy. That turkey club!

Cyndi and Stumpy said...

Lucky you! Sharing your toast with E!