Author Archives: Harriett Raptor
Older, more experienced birds arrive in their old nesting areas first, always to the very same nest they built the year before. Males precede females by three or four days and start to rebuild their nest.
“Jonathan and I have taken care of the Eagle threat,” said Harriett. “Next, nest repairs.” “I do so want the Doctor to be proud of me.”
It’s not the size Hell hath no fury! Plus, it was two against one. “No contest,” said Harriett. “We no longer have a problem.”
My nest and the Doctor’s platform weathered the winter well. Thank you Doctor.
Chirp, chirp! Whistle. A high-pitched, excited succession of chirps follows—Harriett’s way of saying, “Feeling good.” Having just arrived from her winter vacation, Harriett is in high spirits. Despite losing one third of her … Continue reading
Harriett and Jonathan up close.