"First, Carolyn's photos of the eyasses cavorting in the grass are really fine. They capture the social activities of these young birds---such as they are.
Readers and hawk watchers need to understand that these birds are in some minor mental conflict. The eyasses grew up together in the nest, fully accommodating each other, with virtually no social conflicts. Much of this good behavior on the nest was a result of the copious amounts of food the parents brought to their eyasses. At nests and territories with less ample food, the eyasses can get rather contentious about food brought to them when they are hungry.
-- John Blakeman