This is one of the nests I'll be monitoring this year. The female's in the nest now, so hopefully she's started laying eggs. Usually two eggs are layed, a few days apart. Ordinarily this gives one chick a great advantage, and the first hatched often kills the second to ensure its own survival if food supplies are tight. This pair however, has a habit of raising two chicks successfully, and one year I'm told that one year they even raised three. Will be fun to watch.
The Eagle Fest was great fun, a success for the organizers, and pretty good for me as well. Sales were much better than I'd anticipated, I met some interesting people, and made some possibly interesting connections with authors looking for pictures. A fine day altogether. A picture of our display is here.