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Old Sunday 2nd May 2004, 18:05   #1
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8 so far, and counting.

There's 4 pairs of raptors I've seen watching for months now... so far, the count is 8 chicks. Seeing all of this is so very exciting and beautiful.

Pair #1 RS - I still can't see any heads, but I can see Mama & Papa feeding something.

Pair #2 RS - 3 beautiful chicks; very active and curious!

Pair #3 RT - 3 beautiful chicks; just starting to get active, but they are nosey.

Pair #4 WT Kites - 2 fledged already. The bushes and trees grew so much it blocked my view. I eventually found another observaton point from across the RR tracks, and discovered they fledged already. Unfortunately, for the last several weeks, I've only seen 1 adult.

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Old Sunday 2nd May 2004, 18:58   #2
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Good to hear of their progress Lzy. I shall look at your website soon.
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