Sidney's 3rd chick - Will The Gas Spill at Goldstream Affect the Food Supply?
Wednesday, April 20 2011 @ 08:25 PM EDT
Contributed by: richardpitt
David Hancock on the survival of our hatched eaglets at Sidney in light of the recent gasoline spill not far away - also the continued egg watch at Delta O.W.L. and Lafarge - April 20, 2011 (about 20minutes)
David Hancock and Richard Pitt discuss the viability of multiple eaglets in the Sidney nest in light of the recent gas spill not far away. They also touch on the fact that all our hatchings are "late" from David's long research point of view and how this is born out by the observations of our eagle watchers now that we have cameras on multiple nests, where David used to only have a telescope and a single pair of eyes.
Tag: goldstream gasoline spill eagle nest eggs hatching chick eaglet sibling rivalry sidney delta 2 delta owl lafarge white rock
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