Red-tailed hawks in Cornell, USA, first egg


This video from the USA about red-tailed hawks says about itself:

CornellRTHA Cam ‘Finally We Have First Egg of 2015 11:38 am

28 March 2015

Hooray! We have the first egg of 2015. BR revealed the egg @ approximately 11:38 am. Congratulations to BR & EZ.

You can see it as she turns about 2:50 minutes in the video.

Camera Host: Cornell Lab of Ornithology

From the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in the USA:

First Egg of the Year for Cornell Hawks

Big Red laid her first egg this year on March 28, 2015, just before 12:00 P.M. EDT. The new nest is not on the same light pole as last year; Big Red and Ezra renovated the nest at the pole where they nested in 2012. We should expect a possible second egg in the next 2–3 days, if previous seasons are anything to go by, and then maybe a third 2–3 days after that. Meanwhile, Ezra will continue to bring food for Big Red as incubation continues. Don’t miss a thing! Watch live now.

Cornell Hawks Live Chat

The live chat on the Cornell Hawks cam will launch in the coming weeks. We’re excited to share that this year we will be using a new pop-out chat tool called Chatroll to increase stability and chat performance. Until chat opens, and throughout the season, we welcome you to leave comments in the News section of the website or, if you have a Twitter account, you can also ask questions by tweeting @cornellhawks. Looking forward to another season!

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