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This camera was Set up and is maintained by the Raptor Resource Project, a non-profit organization for the preservation of falcons, eagles, ospreys, hawks, and owls.About this nest - The 2013-2014 season is the 2nd year in which the Eagles have nested at the "new" nest location.Looks like this brood is a normal-sized brood for American Kestrels, and all the nestlings so far are fairly similar in age.

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So, the cams will stay on for a while, to catch when they do!

Fledging doesn't mean the nestlings are on their own, however.

At about pm, the first egg has hatched, and shortly after, the new nestling received its first meal. We're back on egg watch for this Thursday, and we'll be finding out together how many eggs her final clutch will be.

The other eggs could hatch at any time, so stay tuned! 4/4/2017: After six days, a third egg appeared around am! 4/3/2017: Five days have gone by, and the female has yet to lay a third egg.

The nest is about 4ft long/wide and about 3ft deep.

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