This eagle leaves the tree at 9:46 and flies to the Osprey nest tower.
The new eagle lands beside HK.
There is a lot of chattering. That's HK on the left.
They sit for a while.
I drove back over to HK's nest just in time to see the new female land there.
Apparently HK was already there. He did not appear very pleased.
HK moved to an outside branch. The new female is in the nest.
HK flew from the nest at 10:26, followed by the female at 10:32. I relocated the new female by the Honey Bee clubhouse at 10:38. Perhaps she had a date. She left at 10:43.
Total observation time: 2 hours and 13 minutes.
I was glad to see that the Banded Female had not given up on HK. She is of breeding age, while the new female is a 4th year eagle, according to my Bald Eagle mentor, Reese Lukei.