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Old Apr 7, 2010, 6:52 PM   #1
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Default Hawks Nest - Two Chicks

Last time I reported there was at least one chick in the nest. Yesterday I saw two heads at one time so there are at least two healthy chicks I witnessed being fed by the adult.

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Thank you for your diligence in keeping us up dated on these Ed.
They are so much fun to watch.
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Ed - ditto to what GW said - I really appreciate your careful observations, and how well you share them, both with words and with excellent photos. Do you also share your findings with the staff at the refuge?
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Ed - Do you also share your findings with the staff at the refuge?
Yes, I stop at the nature center often and sometimes leave 8 x 10 photos with them. Many of them are volunteers.

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That is so kind of you Ed! Your work is making a big difference for the wildlife, and for the nature center as well!!
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Have to re-affirm what GW and Mole said, great shots documenting a great moment. It's great when there is a genuine love of the subject(s) rather than just looking for a good photo opportunity.
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Ditto what everyone else said. I really appreciate the many long hours you must spend getting these photos!
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