The female is expected to lay a second egg in the next day but it's not expected to survive as there is no nest for incubation.
The birds are expected to build another nest in the area since they have claimed the territory as their own for the last five years, according to Handel.
Digi Chat software was created using Java, a popular programming language in the 90's.
It has fallen out of favor and many browsers are beginning to rollback support for various Java applications.
Nick Yee,, a game player who also researches games and defends ...
more The Internet once was seen as a golden "information superhighway" transporting the next generation to the Promised Land.
A look at the potential cyberhazards for kids/teenagers playing computer games.The student newspaper, the Harvard Crimson, reported that the messages were exchanged in a private Facebook group for incoming freshmen which was, at one point, titled “Harvard memes for horny bourgeois teens.”The comments and images referred to child abuse as sexually arousing, joke about sexual assault and the Holocaust, and one messaged referred to the hypothetical hanging of a Mexican child as “pinata time.”The Crimson cites multiple members of the incoming class of freshmen, one of whom said that his acceptance had been revoked following the messages.The university notified the students that their acceptances had been revoked in April.“The only detriment to the site was that the tree sat in the middle of a shelf and run-off could have saturated the soil there,” he theorized.Nature photographer Dana Nesiti, 54, of West Homestead, arrived at the Three Rivers Heritage Trail, below the nest site, looking for the birds Monday before dawn.From there, a second group was started that was “more R-rated.” It was in this group that things turned “dark.” One student, whose acceptance was not revoked, described it as “a just-because-we-got-into-Harvard-doesn’t-mean-we-can’t-have-fun kind of thing.”As it turns out, just because they got into Harvard, doesn’t mean they can’t get kicked out.