In an earlier post we shared links from explore.org to livestreams of birds and animals across the world. One of the most interesting links was of these baby eagles.
Have these birds grown! They are “teenagers” now and are preparing for their first flight. If you’re lucky, you can see them practice by spreading their wings and running across the nest. Their wingspans are already impressive. See them here.
In the distance, you will often see one of the parents perched on a branch, guarding the nest and searching with its “eagle eye” for fish in the stream far below.
When will these nearly-grown birds leave the nest?
You can read more about eagles and other birds in these Flipster magazines. Here’s how: visit https://chescolibraries.org/downloads and scroll to Flipster to sign in with your library card.
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This is a lovely post, Barbara.
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Thank you, Robbie. Aren’t those “babies” big?