Considering the number of eagles on site recently I found today disappointing. With the two days of cold weather I was expecting a larger number of eagles than the 35 we had for the first feeding and 60 for the second. We had a good turnout of photographers and they seemed quite happy with the show.
The contingent we usually get from Quebec has started to arrive and it is good to see old friends again. We also had a trio in from Truro for the day. I'm not sure the gang from Cornerbrook will be back so we said our good-byes today. Safe travelling to both groups and I hope you make it back again soon.
We are going with two feedings again tomorrow at 8:30 and 10:30. So far stocks are holding up and I am gearing up for the two big weekends ahead.
I hope the warmer temperatures tomorrow don't bring an end to the snow cover.
Malcolm lives in Sheffield Mills and is our resident eagle feeder. He feeds the eagles daily and has a unique relationship with these large birds. These are his adventures!