Red-tailed Hawk Story: 2016, Week 2
On March 31, Ez delivered the first snakes of the season to the nest. Other than that, it was generally “business as usual.” Keysfishin summed it up as follows in a tweet:
08:00. 3/31 Hatch Watch Summary: EZ come, BR go, hope to see a quick egg roll. BR come, EZ not go so EZily, hope to see another egg roll
— CornellHawks (@CornellHawks) March 31, 2016
Projected Hatch Dates are as follows, but of course the eggs will hatch when they want to.
First Snake Delivery | Vid by elly
It was a windy week! Hold on Ezra! | vid by ryelydennise
Scaps from the Cornell Hawks community: I’m experimenting with some slideshow applications as a means of avoiding excessive scrolling in these posts. (4/7: slideshow that was posted here has been removed due to technical issues.)
BOG GALLERY – All Ezra this Week!
— ChristineBogdanowicz (@chrstinebshoals) April 1, 2016
SOME HELPFUL LINKS
- Historical Chart with Dates for Laying, Hatching, and Fledging: http://bit.ly/1rONdhC
A note has been added to this chart: “We can identify with certainty when each egg is laid but not the definite order of hatching. Therefore, the individual designations, such as “G1, G2, G3″ [on the chart] should be taken as reasonable estimates only.”
- Video Index: http://bit.ly/1mt54g9
- Bird and Wildlife Cam Links: http://wp.me/P5J1DZ-1c
Red-tailed Hawk Story, Week 2