I had arrived early on Sunday morning hoping to get some good light
after all of the rain.
Using St. Andrew's head as a perch continued.
The female adult spend over an hour on the nest in the morning.
She watched her children stretch and flap their wings.
She also helped them finish eating a meal. The eyasses can eat on their own, but she seems to be helping them eat the last 20% of the animal.
The adult male flew towards the Cathedral.
The adult female on the Archangel Gabriel.
More flapping with a sibling getting out of the way in the lower right corner.
The father on the Cathedral.
I want to fly.
I sure do.