Thursday, May 17, 2012

May 15, 2012 Bald Eagle nesting success.

The Bald Eagles at Shirley's Bay successfully hatched in late April and at least 2 young were observed being feed by the adults on May 4th and again on May 15th. Now we have our first documented breeding record for the Ottawa district. One adult landed at the nest and fed the young pieces of a small fish.

The nesting Bald Eagles now have two young.

Black-crowned Night-Heron and a pair of Wood ducks at Mud Lake. 

The Ovenbird is easier to heard than to see. Fortunately this individual  was not difficult to  locate as it sang .

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