They arrived back late from winter vacationto nest at last year’s Vineyard location.
Between them, they share a bondwith the nest pole at Oyster Pond.
Before neighbors had a chance to fear,the birds began doing what they did last year.
By early May, she had passed spring’s testby laying three eggs in the nest.
In mid-June I had my first sightingof a little head in dim morning lighting.
No ifs, ands, buts, or maybes…this is truly one of her babies.