From today's Wichita paper, re: a pair of eagles nesting here:
"Griffin said he has seen the male eagle carrying sticks to the nest, some as long as 8 feet and two inches in diameter.
"'It's like he is taking a roof beam in, he has to fit it just right,' Griffin said. 'It may take him 15 minutes to get it just so. Sometimes he will whack her (female eagle) with it in the process. And, after he leaves, she picks the stick up and puts it in another place.'"
One reader commented, "I think my wife moves my sticks, too."