I watched for about a half hour beginning at 9:00 AM on DEC 20. I wanted to check the condition of the nest as we anticipated a severe wind storm later in the afternoon. (It was not as severe as predicted). The female (Jewel) was deep in the nest. I hoped to possibly see an incubation exchange but the male was never in sight. The center portion of the nest is partially obscured by a draping branch. There is also a bunch of grass which can look like the back of an adult eagle. The left (east) rim of the nest is built up higher than the right.
A bonus was this immature red-shouldered Hawk which perched on the wire in front of the nest: