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    Maybe not such good eyesight--I'm seeing only 3 now. I think one of them was sprawled in the nest in such a way that it looked like 2 birds to me.

    The #49 bird is certainly intent on fattening them up.
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    At least one little chick in this nest too. Mom and Dad both are there right now shown' down on ???
    https://explore.org/livecams/bald-ea...ces-bald-eagle
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    Two eggs in the Two Harbors nest too!
    https://explore.org/livecams/bald-ea...le-two-harbors

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    And 3 Chicks being fedd right now here
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    Heck, I missed it when Mom and Dad were both there and when 3 chicks were being fed.
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    Feeding the kids . . . fish again!
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    These youngsters are getting hard to contain!
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    It appears there is only one chick in the Sauces nest, but daddy is a very good provider because there are at least four fish in the nest right now!

    It looks like someone brought in a load of grass to the Frasier Point nest and the parents have been trying to cover up the youngsters with it. They're getting too big to sit on, so I guess the grass acts as a blanket to keep them warm?

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    Here's a barred owl nest box with eggs. The male has brought all kind of treats . . . a fat juicy earthworm, a crayfish, rodents. Another good provider!
    http://cams.allaboutbirds.org/channel/43/Barred_Owls/

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    Guess I waited too long to come on. I missed all the activities with all of them.
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