I arrived late on Sunday to find Lima sheltering her eyasses from the sun. As the sun set, a cool breeze blew, and the action began. Pale Male flew by the nest but didn't land. After a few minutes of waiting Lima, she left the nest. Reports are she may have caught a squirrel a few blocks north of the nest. While she was eating, Pale Male visited the nest and preened his young. Lima then returned, Pale Male left and a feeding began.
With a spotting scope, you can easily see the eyasses during feedings. Now is a great time to watch this nest in person!