It’s been an emotional rollercoaster this week on explore.org! The week started out with an unexpected shock when eaglet D32 branched and then left the tree entirely. It’s unknown whether the fledge was intentional, so Raptor Resource Project took immediate action to locate D32 on the ground. A few hours later, D33 explored the Skywalk, lost it’s footing, and fell. RRP was quick on the scene and was able to locate D33 and send it to S.O.A.R. (Save Our Avian Resources) for further treatment. While the search for D32 continues, RRP continues to put their best efforts to locate the needle in a haystack. For more updates on D32 and D33 please visit Raptor Resource Project’s Facebook page.
Raptor Resource Project continued to have a hard week upon the news that DN9 also fell out of the nest. Luckily, DN9 has been spotted on the ground seemingly unharmed with parents close by.
The Long Eared Owlet has fledged the nest! After a dramatic season, the little owlet is out and about adventuring and testing it’s wings!
Rachel and Steve have welcomed their first chick to the nest! Welcome to the world little one!
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