This is a blog about Norfolk Botanical Garden banded Bald Eagle "HK," hatched in 2009. The photos and observations are mine unless otherwise indicated.
I hope you enjoy this story of HK's life along a golf course on the North Landing River. Please take a second and leave a comment, they are greatly appreciated.
HK Builds His Nest
Saturday, January 2, 2016
HK only. 1.2.16
HK was alone both times I saw him today.
When I arrived, HK was perched in a tree next to the driving range.
He left there and flew to the cell tower, where he did come chattering.
He left abruptly.
It took me a while to relocate HK. When I did, it was back in the cell tower. It appeared he had recently finished a meal, as some feaking was going on.
The Landstown pair were in the next tower! This was interesting as I had just seen that pair mating a short time earlier!
There was also a disturbing developement: a drone flying over the golf course. I could not locate the operator.
The Landstown pair eventually left. I left HK perched there as I had another commitment.