3 Eggs all in a row

April 10, 2014 - Toronto - King Street

Linda Woods Reports:

Daylight image of  3 eggs, all in a row.


!!! Egg # 3 For Erin and Windwhistler

April 10, 2014 - Toronto - King Street

Linda Woods Reports:

Three eggs for King St. First image was taken during and the last image taken at 01:35


!!! Two Eggs for Erin and Windwhistler

April 07, 2014 - Toronto - King Street

Linda Woods Reports:

I had been watching the web cam late last night with Erin standing next to the nest bowl and anticipating she may lay the egg on camera.   This morning, egg # 2 !


!!! First Egg King St.

April 04, 2014 - Toronto - King Street

Linda Woods Reports:

First egg for Windwhistler and Erin.


!!! I think we have an egg

April 04, 2014 - Toronto - King Street

Linda Woods Reports:

Image taken this afternoon at 4:25p.m. Look what’s under her tail. I think we have an egg at last.


!!! No egg yet

April 03, 2014 - Toronto - King Street

Linda Woods Reports:

After standing in the nest bowl for hours and falling asleep, Erin woke up and is now standing on the ledge. No egg in the bowl, not yet.


!!! Egg laying behaviour

April 03, 2014 - Toronto - King Street

Linda Woods Reports:

This is typical of egg laying behaviour. I’ve seen Erin lying down behind the pillar for extended periods of time for the past week, but no eggs. I have not seen her standing near the nest bowl after dusk, yet like she is now.  Erin and Windwhistler may be close to having an egg this evening.


King St.

April 03, 2014 - Toronto - King Street

Linda Woods Reports:

Thank-you Kathy for posting. I don’t think there is an egg as of yet. The nest bowl is towards the camera by the pillar. Erin is clearly seen lying down in the nest bowl, but there doesn’t appear to be egg(s) yet. Erin has been doing this behaviour for close to a week now without having an egg in the nest scrape.

I’ve also noticed that there is no clear hand off of the nest by Windwhistler. He comes to the ledge but does not take a turn the lying down anywhere behind the pillar. The image posted may be a “play of light “at the wall,  by the redbrick structure and the different colours of debris on the ledge.

We are all watching with anticipation for the first egg and welcome the first one to post the news.

!!! First Egg? Not so fast!

April 03, 2014 - Toronto - King Street

Kathy Reports:

Thank you to Dutch Eagle Fan over at BCAW who just caught and enlarged this photo..we thought we had an egg but aftter consulting with resident expert Linda, we know it’s a trick of the light!  I think the falcons are playing Jedi mind games with us!


No eggs yet

April 03, 2014 - Toronto - King Street

Linda Woods Reports:

Erin is behind the nesting pillar at 10:30 this morning. I captured a web cam image early this morning. A definite nest bowl can be seen, but no eggs as of yet. Windwhistler remains close by and is always in view when checking the area.

Yesterday a Blue Heron made it’s way through the area and caught the attention of both adults.  Many Turkey Vultures are also seen coming through the nest areas as well.