There was a long report from Bob today, but I can't copy and paste anything, so I'm just going to give you the short version.
D20, is still recovering, and doing well. D19, now sometimes referred to as EWT or "eagle with transmitter" was found
this morning on the ground, apparently weakened from flight, and having got caught near a fence it couldn't get past.
Bob thought it was appropriate to help again, so they put a hood on it, and took it to where the other juvenile has been
staying. Near the city mulch piles, near the fish hatchery. (Which is where the one series of photos were taken.)
Bob attempted to release it near the other juvenile. Mom and dad were both seen near as well. So Bob provided some food.
Some defrosted quail, and a few trout. D19 ate 3 trout right away, and dad brought one of the quail to D18 which it ate
immediately. The two juveniles were reunited, and did spend a little time together, before retreating to their independent
mulch piles. At least they are off the ground. Near each other, and mom and dad are nearby, and helping with feeding. And
the city wont open the gate to that area until wednesday.
And the latest report posted at 2:30 Central, has both eagles now sharing the same mulch pile. And dad has been seen
bringing more food. That is a really good sign. Every day seems to bring some better news, which is what we need to hear.