He jumps on the lower branch. He knows where he belongs. Downward!
Above is the place of the boss
Abigyl ... you said that nicely. I am completely your opinion. Sometimes, I would like to see how our Durberta is doing, whether it drives the poor brunette of the same age to madness.Abigyl wrote: ↑December 29th, 2018, 8:25 amSATURDAY, DECEMBER 29th 2018
Last weekend of the year.
It was a very challenging year for a young and inexperienced couple of Eagles, but a very interesting and even fascinating year for us humans.
For us, there were some hard days to watch, along with days full of joy and happiness.
I will always remember 2018 as the year of "Baby", the same chick who went through hardships and hunger, but faced everything and left the nest as a clever and strong eaglet.
We sent both eaglets to their sky with much hope that they'll live happily with good friends, and will enjoy a good and long life.
I paid attention to it too. Our eagles too often along the wood fly. Especially when eaglets lived on a meadow, they there everything so flew.
it was just a funny coincidence!