Relieved to see that the eaglet has survived the recent storms, and is covered in a coat of gray down, which fits the timeline of 3-4 weeks of age. The black juvenile feathers will begin to grow in soon. Mom and dad are taking turns at the nest and with hunting and feeding, and are never far from it. In the last photo we can assume that mom is perched on the left; females are about 25% larger than males, and have deeper beaks. It will be so much fun to watch this family in the coming months, and I can't wait for Michael and other friends to be able to get out with us and document this life. Just think of how much we're all going to learn!