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25 April 2019

We are deep in the season of Spring.  It's a season of new life.  Davis' blossoming trees have mostly leafed out and the acres of blossoms have disappeared.

Andy Cohen and Hoda Kotb both have new babies and Jenna Bush-Hager has announced she is pregnant.

Karen Malcor-Chapman has been busy birthin' new babies:

I don't know if she set up a live cam on the pregnant moms this year.  I watched a couple of them a few years back, waking up in the middle of the night to find out if anything was happening ... I actually was able to watch a birth  But I haven't done that in a number of years.

Ned also has been watching the live cam  of the Big Bear Bald Eagle.  The two babies are still little and I enjoyed watching them for awhile today.

Ned says that the other day he watched the daddy eagle come in and deposit a fish for the family, and then watched mama tear it up to give to the little ones.

While I watched the tenderness with which she fed these little ones with that massive beak that can tear apart large animals, I was very impressed.

You drive around the countryside these days and see flocks of sheep with their babies following them.

It's the circle of life reinventing itself.  Happy Spring!



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