Monday
Jun052017

Eagle In!

Saturday
Jun032017

Blair Came To Visit

It has been a while, but Blair came to visit this morning. A blackbird was buzzing around here. It likely has a nest not too far off too. I have not seen the eagles myself for a few days until yesterday morning when I saw one perched about one mile away. Enjoy the video brought to us by Keith Byer. 

 

Wednesday
May172017

Blair This Morning

That was a cool fly in by Blair!

Saturday
May132017

Bite Your Tongue!

Keith Byer provided us with Arrival and Depature videos. Just before Blair left she was comical in the way she looked like she was biting her tongue. She left as people trout fishing came to enjoy the day. This stream has been a favorite spot for as long as I can remember for trout fishing. 

Friday
May122017

Blair Back Again

Video by Keith Byer.

Thursday
May112017

Thunder Deserves Some Close Up Time

Thunder has not exactly given us many looks since February 17th. That was the last best day we had here this season. Today, was the first day we have seen them perched together since that day as well. Surprisingly, Thunder stayed a while longer for us after Blair left this morning.

Thursday
May112017

Racoons Continue To Be A Problem

The nest tree is wrapped in metal and has been for over a year. However, there are three trees nearby that the racoons are using as a bridge to get into the cottonwood. They will have to be wrapped as well and sooner rather than later. 

Videos by Keith Byer.

Wednesday
May102017

Blair Twice This Morning

This video is by Keith Byer of Blair leaving the first time. 

Monday
May082017

Blair's Morning Arrival 

While Blair was on the front branch this morning, I can tell you that another adult was perched about one mile away. Of course there is no way to know if it was Thunder, but it seems likely.

Video published by Keith Byer.

Friday
May052017

By The Farm...Finally

Finally! It has been a while for whatever reason that I have seen one here. Just as I stopped filming, it took off and circled to the south. I went in circles and then flew north across the highway from the nest and caught the afternoon thermals are soared up, up, and away.