Thursday, May 11, 2006
The Eaglets have banded!
We've been making occasional visits to the , set up over a nest in northeast Colorado. And my goodness, those eaglets are getting big. They now have nearly full adult feathers, though bald eagles don't have white head feathers until they are a few years old. On May 3, they were banded by the Colorado Division of Wildlife. They'll fledge in mid-summer and be on their own by the fall. Energy
Also worth checking out are the osprey , and the series of falcon cams the energy company maintains. You will never get a better look at these birds than from your desk.
Posted by Dave Philipps at 7:53 AM