Just beautiful! She is going to make a wonderful mate for our favorite male. I hope they have lots of little bobbleheads and a long future together like he had with the previous female.
She is just awesome!! Her eagle-tude is showing…
Thanks, Reese. Great captures. When I came in from shopping today and turned on the site, the view in picture #4 above was there to greet meet. What a surprise! Great cam work this afternoon.
She looks like she has what it takes :o)
No wonder he picked her–she is fierce. She will be a great protector. You definitely captured her essence.
She is beautiful and I also think Dad saw something in her that reminded him, so to speak, of Ma. She drove away the other females … So, she knew what she wanted and Ma called the shots at the nest, as I recall.
I captured these same images of her on screenshots; also got Dad so proud and regal, and and made a shot of his left eye, as well as the image here of them together.
Thanks for all you do.
She is gorgeous… thanks for sharing these screen caps with us…. Getting to love her a LOT!! Thank you, dear Reese… 🙂
Her beak is still so gray….just an observation….
She has lovelyl eyes, nice shaped head, and a fierce and majestic attitude. She will be beautiful once she finishes maturing. Thanks Mr. Lukei.
Where do I find out information on Azalea and Camelia as to where they are, etc.?
Response – http://eagletrak.blogs.wm.edu
I was watching the cam when the zooming was taking place. I swear she could look right into your soul. She is absolutely beautiful. An awesome creation from GOD!!
Hello Mr Lukei, beautiful pictures. I asked a question on the mod blog and Congo said I should ask you. Afraid, I am not a morning person, so miss you in the mornings, but do scroll back and read. Is it possible DT may have been with egg when displaced by #2 in Jan? Thus, would have reabsorbed or ectopic egg since she had no nest at that time. Would this then delay a second clutch more or less or even prevent any egg this season?
Response – That is way beyond my expertise. Perhaps a VET at Wildlife Center of Virginia could answer. It only takes about 24 hours for an egg to form after the male sperm fertilizes the female ovum and enters the oviduct, so that is a very narrow time frame for what you describe to happen.
She is such a beautiful bird! The pictures are terrific.