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Old 03-17-2022, 06:59 PM #11
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FYI for those who follow the season for the Red Tailed Hawks, Big Red has laid her first egg for the year on March 26th and is in the nest.
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That was 26th March, 2021

Cornell - Big Red has laid 2nd egg 17th March 2022
First egg was 14th.


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the circle of life, hey. A year later.
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Unprecedented 4 eggs this season.
Wow, they'll be busy!



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