Mar 12 2010
I first saw the egg via infrared light at 6:16am when she left the nest. Under infrared light the red egg looks white. Click on Dorothy’s photo to see the first daylight image of the egg, alone in the twilight before dawn.
More news – and images – as the day unfolds!
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