Ann and Ernie at the 61st Academy Awards
when Family Gathering was nominated for ‘Best Documentary Short’. Nice.
According to the more vigilant hawkaholics, the first egg of 2011 from the pair of red-tailed hawks at the Franklin Institute was laid 17 March at 2.54pm. Estimated hatch is 24 April!
Egg, seen here with Dad.
oh, joy! another season of live red-tail hawk action. gotta love it!
when: early morning December 21st 2010 | 1:33am – 5:01am EST
where: visible from North America, Greenland and Iceland – Western Europe will see the beginning stages of the eclipse before moonset – western Asia will get the later stages after moonrise
Get some sleep the night of December 19-20 because you SHOULD struggle up to glimpse the full lunar eclipse (weather permitting) the night of December 20-21. The window of opportunity for seeing the eclipse is nearly 3.5 hours, pretty good chance to see it.
And how cool is it that the Winter Solstice is 6:38pm EST the same day?
Seems like a good time to dance around a flame.
OK, just wake up and see the eclipse. Doesn’t happen all that often…
ahead of the rain, hot weather has accelerated everything in the garden. tonight it’ll all be soaked.