Momma's clutch.

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kamalyn on June 8, 2008

mmmm, eggs for breakfast ;)

how'd she let you get this close? the eggs are sure well camouflaged!

someGuyinmasset on June 8, 2008

Kamaly- These birds run away from the nest feigning a broken wing when danger approaches. I've got her accustomed enough to me to return and settle on her eggs. I'm hoping no critters find her so I can get pictures of the emerging chicks. I'll bet they're really cute. Guy.

jayzoe on June 8, 2008

Nice one. We have some of these birds around here... it is funny how they fake being hurt.

someGuyinmasset on June 9, 2008

I checked on my babies today. Two eagles were standing within 30 feet of the nest, completely oblivious to the nearby snack. Mom showed up soon after I spooked the eagles off. Now it's dark and the coons will be looking.

Coal Miner's Boy on June 11, 2008

Hope they survive!

I'm going to keep checking on YOUR brood, Guy.

Paul

someGuyinmasset on June 12, 2008

Thanks Paul. Just reading comments here and I noticed it would have been neat if you put them in order with my eagle on top looking at the eggs on bottom, with your killdeer running interference in the middle. (Or should I just get a second coffee this morning?) Actually there were two eagles standing near the nest a few days ago,oblivious to breakfast. Hopefully soon we'll see some "chick flicks". I'm a little hampered with dial-up,but I'll look at your site some more after. Guy.

someGuyinmasset on June 16, 2008

The eggs are starting to crack, anyone know when I should scramble back for another look?

kamalyn on June 16, 2008

sounds like you should pitch a tent and stay nearby! This interesting link says they hit the ground running.

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  • Uploaded on June 7, 2008
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    by someGuyinmasset
    • Camera: FUJIFILM FinePix S8000fd
    • Taken on 2008/06/07 07:29:29
    • Exposure: 0.005s (1/200)
    • Focal Length: 16.80mm
    • F/Stop: f/4.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO64
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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