Although March is “coming in like a lion”, there are already many signs of spring out on More Mesa. Grasses are green (and high), wildflowers are starting to make appearances and our special raptors are courting and nest building. The east kite pair is especially busy.
Kite watchers may be interested in a story from 2004, when Lynn Watson was fortunate enough to observe a White-tailed Kite pair on Vieja Drive – from nest-building, chick fledging to eventual foraging by the family on More Mesa. This photo-illustrated, most special of kite tales, is now available on this web site at Vieja Drive White-tailed Kites, 2004 or click on the image below.