Liberty laid her first egg of the season on Friday, February, 26th. She and Justice have been doing a good job of hiding it from view. We really do not know if there is one egg or two at this point. We may not find out until it is time to hatch in early April.
I do not have current data on Sky's location, but the map here shows Gemini near the home nest in the Quad Cities, Mercury a bit south near Macomb, Illinois and Apollo in the middle of Missouri.
The votes are in ... Everyone, meet Analiese and Terry! They are named in honor of Riverdale Firefighter Analiese Chapman and Hampton Police Chief Terry Engle. Thank you to everyone who participated. The final tally was:nnAnaliese & Terry 37%nGenesis & Trinity 29%nMajesty & Valor 16%nLewis & Clark 12%nJourney & Cosmo 6%
Less than 24 hours to cast your vote for the names of this year's eaglets. Go to www.arconic.com/eaglecam to cast your vote now.
Voting is now open on our website n( www.arconic.com/eaglecam ) for the 2020 eaglet names. nnPeople can only vote once. Voting will continue through next Thursday, May 14th. We will announce the winning names on Friday, May 15th. All of these names were suggested by people posting on our Arconic Davenport Works Facebook page and our Arconic Eagle Cam Facebook page. Two sets of names have very local ties. People thought Genesis & Trinity were good names and recognized all of the local healthcare workers during this time of the pandemic. Also suggested were Analiese and Terry representing Analiese Chapman the Riverdale Firefighter who passed away a few months ago and Terry Engle for the police chief from Hampton, Illinois, who passed away recently in a car crash in the line of duty.nnFeel free to share this link with others. - with Genesis Health System, UnityPoint Health - Quad Cities Muscatine, Riverdale Fire Department and Village Of Hampton Illinois
After a rainy day yesterday it looks like our eaglets will dry out well today.
Our pair will turn three weeks old later this week
Here are some photos from May 1, 2020