The eggs are about 4 days apart. Eagles will produce anywhere from 1-3 eggs so there is still a chance of one more egg, but no more after that.
Last night I took a picture around 10 pm showing how the eagles were burying their faces to stay warm and trying to get some sleep. They are not nocturnal so sleep at night is a must just like us humans. I don't know how they sleep in this wind. The wind has been crazy lately with the nest swaying all over the place.
Sunday also brought us a ton of rain. The eagles were soaking wet and had to endure the rain and wind all day.
As the day went on the camera was blurry from rain so it was hard to track the eagles for a few hours.
Monday, 2.11.13 I was finally able to see both eggs. How exciting! This is just too cool and these eagles are slowly taking over all my free time!
The wind is giving them a bad hair day!
Here they are exchanging egg warming duties. It is always a quick transition. One flies in, they do a little shifting around and off they go their separate ways doing whatever it is eagles do when they don't sit on the eggs.