Marchthru June is the time for bald eagle to lay their eggs , hatch little babes, then watch them grow to adult size in just 3 months. Since eagles have made such a comeback in our area there are quite a few nests near by to photograph. These are a few from March 2012. -Jeff
Rondout Reservoir Nest-March 15
Rondout Reservoir Nest:First Chick Hatches-March 22
Culvers Lake Nest-March 14
Culvers Nest-April 18
Culvers Nest-June 5
Culvers Nest-June 14 Little ones all grown up!
Even eagles have domestic disputes. June 26, 2012
After feeding the chicks the male came back to his perch.
July 2-Immature chick getting ready for first flight.
July 6-Super hot day close to 100 degrees. Even the eagles were panting!
July 9-My last visit to the nest. Only 1 of the chicks was still in the tree but he was getting ready to fly.