The last time I saw them (Jan 3) there was only one at the site, and was here for at least a couple of hours. Another I saw soaring overhead, and I never saw the third. At this point it's hard to tell which one is the 2020 fledgling, especially if they're not all visible together.
All 3 of them were here just a day or two prior. I was shocked enough to buy and set up a trail cam to send alerts when they show up.
On Tue, Jan 5, 2021 at 7:48 AM Kyle Tansley <kyle.f.tansley...> wrote:
> Cynthia has been seeing the family of 3 stop by the nest site from time to > time. We're both perplexed as to why they haven't migrated yet, as the > offspring certainly seems old enough to make the journey. I hope they're > finding food alright! >