From Avifauna bird zoo in Alphen in the Netherlands, there is not only news about small hummingbirds today. Also about big birds.
In their Steller’s sea eagle nest, two eaglets have hatched.
The Sulawesi hornbills have four eggs. They are expected to hatch mid-April.
That would be at about the same time as the oriental white storks‘ eggs.
- Surinamese hummingbirds in Dutch zoo (dearkitty1.wordpress.com)
- Birders abuzz as first eaglets since 1955 hatch on Lake Ontario’s north shore (ctvnews.ca)
- Watch live: Eaglets hatching (clickondetroit.com)
- EAGLE CAM: Davenport Eaglets Hatch (whotv.com)
Ah what a wonderful story.
Yes, I hope all will go well with the eggs and the eaglets.
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