We had another successful day with the single 9:30 feeding. There were 3 spectators, all of whom have been regulars throughout the season.
Action began with an aerial display as I left the field but very quickly there were three eagles down on the ground and from then on ground action dominated the display. Putting out a fourth bucket of food has extended the sessions and today's lasted over half an hour and I counted 45 eagles. Some of the ground action was quite intense. We also had a flyover of about 50 Canada geese.
Once again I am not going to fix something that's not broken so it will be one 9:30 feeding tomorrow and Thursday. The weather is turning warmer again which will be a test of this latest feeding routine, so watch this space for any changes.
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!