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Photos From The Field

July 13th, 2018

NJ Eagle Chicks Spread their wings and fly.

by Larissa Smith; CWF biologist

So far this season 123 eagle chicks have fledged (taken their first flight). Even after fledging the chicks will stay around the nest area for the next few weeks learning to hunt, fly and survive on their own.

Below are some photos of recent fledges taken by NJ Eagle Project Volunteers

Navesink fledge 6/27/18@Randy Lubischer

Princeton 7/10/18@Kevin & Karin Buynie

Edison 6/11/18@ Kevin Redden

Kettle Creek 6/12/18@ Alex Tongas

Manville 7/12/18@Rose Joy

Sadie’s Lane 6/7/18@M.Tribulski

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7 Responses to “Photos From The Field”

  1. Jill Brown says:

    Thanks for sharing Larissa! Beautiful pictures by all! Did the missing Manville eaglet make it, or is that the fostered????? Thank you!

  2. Larissa says:

    Hi,
    That is the remaining eaglet from the Manville nest.

  3. Jill Brown says:

    Yeah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. Clare Luisi says:

    These are beautiful shots!

  5. Daniel Obermeier says:

    Thanks for sharing the pictures, great to see them!

  6. Carolyn Foote Edelman says:

    How thrilling! This makes everything worthwhile! Thank you for your major role in these miracles! Carolyn Foote Edelmann, Princeton

  7. Anne Woolley says:

    Wonderful news! And great photos!!
    Thank you for sharing! Is that more than last year?

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