The glow you are seeing on the camera is invisible to the naked eye.The eagles do not see any light and remain undisturbed.6/22/17 After a long absence we finally caught a glimpse of Starr Buck on the trail cam. And here’s a Grey Fox “getting into” the scent station on trail cam during the day.Pete 6/1/17 The Starr Ranch Kestrels did not use the box this year.This California-family-owned-resort is humbled by your choice to spend precious time with friends and family here enjoying this unique resort and experience with us.
It is a living document that we will update with your contributions.I think they wound up nesting in a cavity somewhere a few hundred yards south of it.Well, at least lately the adults have been flying around calling like crazy so I suspect there are fledglings out.As usual, Steve did a great write up – including some really “punny” groaners… As the Recap mentions I’ll be sending emails to all who pledged with links on how to fulfill your pledge, give me your T-shirt info, and have another shot at guessing the 100th species we tallied, because no one got it. We have to annually raise about 5,000 to make it all happen. Pete 04/12/17 I was pulling in some loose ends of things I needed to get done on Starr Ranch before heading off to MI early tomorrow to do my annual inspection and repair of Osprey platforms on Fletcher Pond, near Alpena/Hillman.So if you’re enjoying watching the cams and like what we are doing at Starr Ranch, I hope you’ll help me make this year’s Birdathon a big success. I’ll be posting some pics later about all this because it’s a really great project.