Wednesday, March 14, 2007

March 14 2007

Below Clearwater baby branching

Video of Dr Sharpes work with the California Eagle nests...egg candling

info on how the eggs are doing:Not too much excitement on Catalina this week. We are still incubating 8 eggs. One of the West End eggs died at the end of last week and I’m not certain that the oldest West End egg is still living, but it is hard to see inside. The other 7 eggs are all doing well and showing a lot of movement. These eggs range in age from 12 to 19 days of age, so we are about one third to over one half of the way through incubation. All the eggs in the incubator are due to hatch the last week of March and the first week of April. In the above clip you can see the embryos moving in some eggs today

1 comment:

MEMA Jo said...

I could sit and watch this over and over. Great Job GLO.