I wrote a few days back that the local nesting pair of kites had apparently moved on. I was mistaken. They are still here, and on a walk today with Michele and Kirsten they treated us to some acrobatic flying including a lot of midair tumbling with each other. Courting behavior? Mating? Maybe they lost a brood and are trying for a new one? We walked a bit further, nearer to their nesting area. There we distinctly heard chirping of at least one hatchling.
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Amos Clifford, Guide and Restorative Council Mentor; trainer in restorative justice, restorative dialogue with nature, and circle-keeping and the way of council; mentor.