Darter Breeding, Little Eagle

Subject: Darter Breeding, Little Eagle
Date: Wed, 7 Feb 2007 14:56:34 +1100

I found two Darter nests along the Molonglo River between Fyshwick and
Pialligo today. One nest was occupied by one hungry chick. The parent
arrived to feed it. It looked like it was almost ready to leave the nest.
The other (now empty) nest nearby had at least 2 juvenile Darters perched
nearby flapping their wings. They may have fledged just recently. A third
juvenile sat nearby. All up there were 9 Darters.

Also a light morph Little Eagle present.


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