Excellent documentation of the second eaglet, Kathy.
The first eaglet was documented as being fed on March 17, so it was at least 15 days old when you photographed it on April 1. The next morning I saw it being fed and thought I could see its bill in the photo I posted.
The smaller eaglet is probably about 3 days younger. This means that the eggs were laid on or about February 10. On February 14 you posted a great photo of both of the adults at the nest and looking down. Maybe that was when the second egg was laid.
Interestingly, during the weeks preceding the hatch, Jewel was seen flying out to forage several times just after sunrise, so it is likely that Pride followed the pattern of taking up incubation duties early in the morning.
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