Eagle Watch – November 2015

Eagle Watch – November 2015

 

Bald eagle

 

TGO Nature Center volunteer, Cary Salter, manned the scope as over 30 people stopped by November 27, 2015 to view the eagles’ nest.  Cary said that by the end of November the eggs should have been laid. When a parent is sitting on the eggs, it will be below the edge of the nest so it can be difficult to see. The eagles will not bring food to the nest until the eggs are hatched so they will alternate sitting on the eggs so the other parent can go eat.

To try something different, Cary recommends bringing a point-and-shoot digital camera or smart phone and try your hand at digiscoping which is the art of taking a picture through a spotting scope.

 

TGO Nature Center – “Living in Harmony with Nature

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Josiah Monk at Recreation Services for reservations on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings and Tuesday and Thursday afternoons.

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