It’s an hour before dawn and Dorothy is sleeping on the perch in front of her nest. (See her at the left edge of the photo.)
The fact that she isn’t incubating her eggs indicates she will lay at least one more, possibly two.
Peregrines don’t begin incubation until their clutch is nearly complete.
So we’ll have a couple more days of egg-watching … and then she’ll begin The Big Sit.
Update, March 25, 10:00am:
Looks like Dorothy and E2 have begun incubation. One more egg? Two?
(photo from the National Aviary falconcam at Univ of Pittsburgh)
5 thoughts on “More Eggs To Come”
11:00 food delivery. Must have been time for brunch 🙂
Don’t they make just a most beautiful sight though!
Hi, Kate–Dorothy just moved and I’m almost sure I saw 4 eggs…
What’s happening at gulf tower?
The Gulf Tower peregrines have been seen Downtown but are not visiting the Gulf Tower. Still a mystery.