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After the absence in 2016, local pair of Red-tailed Hawks came back to this nest once again and are raising 3 chicks this year :)
Here is a short video showing week and a half old chicks being fed by an adult:
This video was recorded on the 3rd week of April. By watching this nest on a weekly basis since late March, I estimate that chicks hatched in a week of 9-15/4/17.
If you are interested, you can watch my videos from the same nest, showing two Red-tailed Hawk chicks growing up in 2015. After discovering this nest, I decided to visit it for about an hour a week, to document development of these young hawks. I hope you will enjoy it :)
Week 1: Week 2: Week 3: Week 4: Week 5:
here are YouTube links to these videos, where you will find a short commentary on each clip:
- week 1 - youtu.be/AgnNa-FGtcI
- week 2 - youtu.be/dy8npJHJPqg
- week 3 - youtu.be/lSRS13aHjCo
- week 4 - youtu.be/vJuSCbXfcoA
- week 5 - youtu.be/fNHNW2DUYJo
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