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Fourth Falcon Egg opens; Eyases need Names

Mom and dad falcons yesterday awaiting the birth/hatching of their little ones. They didn’t have to wait long: by the afternoon, three of the four eyases arrived.

This morning at a little before 9:25 a.m., the lone egg sat and waited . . .

until suddenly its shell cracked, and the little one joined its siblings:

Four eyases, the first hatched in the nest atop the new bridge, need names.

I’d like to know what you think.

Copyright © Janie Rosman and Kaleidoscope Eyes 2019

Falcon Eggs are waiting to Hatch; We wait, Too

Disappointing not to see a live falcon cam that’s fluid as now viewers have to click the time to see if the birds are there or not. It took me three clicks (I must have guessed correctly when I picked a time!) to see the falcon parents gone, and the four eggs soaking up the sunlight in their absence.

Waiting for the falcon eggs to hatch into eyases, waiting for the westbound span’s path, and the visitor center, to be completed and then open, waiting for Exit 10 traffic to find a routine, waiting for the remaining pieces of the Tappan Zee Bridge to be removed from the river . . . and waiting to know what our tolls will be once we reach New Year’s Day 2020.

I’d like to know what you think.

Copyright © Janie Rosman and Kaleidoscope Eyes 2019

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