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  1. #131
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    At least one of the Deer Creek eaglets has fledged.
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    I caught it flying around the nest tree on the last day of July.
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    One of the parents flew out to investigate.
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    The eaglet returned to the nest after a few laps.
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    A red-tailed hawk flew out to investigate.
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    Bill Anderson; Edmonds (near Seattle), WA.

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    I don't know whether or not the Pt. Edwards eaglet has fledged. One of the parents is still bringing it food.
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    A friend told me that the Lake Ballinger eaglet had fledged. I confirmed this Tuesday afternoon (8/1/17) when I found it perched on the spar where I usually find its parents.
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    There are three other eagle nests in the area that I need to check out. It begs the question, how many mating pairs can our area support?
    Bill Anderson; Edmonds (near Seattle), WA.

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    I have not yet seen the Pt. Edwards eaglet fly. Sunday (8/6/17) it was perched on a branch that was visible from the back (south) side. Although it is easy to see eagles in the nest, intervening branches interfere with photographing them.

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    The Pt. Edwards juvie has fledged. Monday evening (8/7/17) I took photos, including this series of it trying to land on same branch where one of its parents was already perched. The juvie is easy to locate as it spends the day crying for food.

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    I returned the following morning for more photos.

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    It flew over me as it made a large circle and flew back to the nest tree.

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