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Posted 07 February 2008 - 01:18 PM
Posted 04 March 2008 - 08:55 PM
The Bald Eagles and the Horned Owls both have two eggs. The Owl cam gives infrared views. I just finished watching the female owl get back on her eggs.
Since I posted the Eagles have added another egg. This pair successfully raised 3 young'uns 2 years ago and 2 little ones last year.
Today 3/13. The Valmont Great Horned Owl eggs are about to hatch. Both eggs have pips.
35yrs walkin' + 36 yrs rollin' => 1 Really old fart.
I'd Rather Be Wadin' Than Rollin'