A recent sighting by Donald Quintana
, of A-67
, reported on January 24, 2018.
A-67 is from the Trap Canyon Nest on Santa Rosa Island.
He is the first known chick to hatch in Santa Rosa Island in over 60 years.
"Im a nature and wildlife photographer based out of Los Osos, California and I photographed this Bald Eagle with Blue wing Tags #67 about 5.38 miles north of the entrance to Piedras Blancas Light Station."
Thank you, Donald
, for your sighting & permission to use your wonderful photographs!
BC - K76m & A32f - eggs 3/7 & 3/10; hatch 4/12, 4/14; banded 5/31; 22/A-m (Julian), 49/A-m RIP
FP - A64m & A49f - eggs 2/9, 2/12, 2/15; hatch 3/18, 3/20, 3/22; banded 5/1; 35A-f (Nellie), 44A-m (Soar), 52A-f (Atsa)
PH - K10m & K26f - 1 chick banded 4/30; 31/A-m (Carson)
SC - A40m & A48f - hatch 3/13, 3/14, 3/16; banded 5/1 - 08A-f (HP), 19A-f (Saucy), 51A-m (Corsair)
TH - K81m & K82f - egg 4/2; broke 5/18
WE - K01m & K91f - eggs 2/8, 2/11; hatch 3/20; banded 5/8 - 40A-f (Aria)