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By Eric Chabot
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Mar 14, 2016
|Today I and another HawkWatch International researcher observed an active Red-Tailed Hawk nest in this area, with a bird sitting on eggs. Climbing routes at any of the crags listed in this area may disturb them and disrupt their attempt to breed this year. If you observe a raptor circling overhead & shrieking, or flying away from its nest, you are likely disturbing it. Please consider climbing elsewhere even though there is no official closure. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions about this, either by PM on this site or via email@example.com|
By Markus Adank
Mar 17, 2015
Eagle nesting on the route - Clubs Full of Jacks - first pitch short befor the anchors!
On March 15/2015 there was one egg in the nest...and an angry mother bird in the air!
The mother bird even leaves its nest when you park the car.
PLEASE - my opinion - do not go on the route before the youngster has left its nest!
We didn't know and left right after the discovery...sorry birdy for the disturbance!