Tuesday, March 31, 2009

March 30 Eagle cam update.

Lots going on on our eagle cams now and eaglets popping out all over.

Saturday, March 28, 2009

Nestwatch March 28

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How are the new parents with the very young pair at Two Harbors doing? Click here for a short video

For a peek at Norfolk and their three click here

Friday, March 27, 2009

Two Harbors first feeding

Breakfast at Two Harbors An eaglets first feeding.

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Historic Hatch at Two Harbors

Bald Eagles are once again not just surviving but thriving on the Channel Islands and Catalina Island off the Coast of California. This video is of the first hatchling of an eaglet at the Two Harbors nest in many a year, since DDT contamination had renderd their shells so thin the parents were unable to incubate them to the hatching point. I have been following the work of a man named Dr Peter Sharpe who has been retreiving the eggs from the nests on these islands and artificially hatching them at a fostering facility on Catalina Island while the adults would continue to incubate wooden eggs. Once hatched and a few days old he would return them to the nest for the care of their parents. Todays video gives you a chance to see through the eyes of the Bald Eagle what they should have been seeing for many a year had we not messed with their environment to the point that they actually were endangered by human choices. I congratulate Dr Sharpe and all those who have worked so hard to remove the Bald Eagle form the Endangered list. It must never ever happen again.

Although I had won an opportunity to see the fostering facility last year, I was unable to complete the trip. This year Dr Sharpe chose to not foster any eggs and see if in fact this nest among several others were once again able to hatch their own. Watch the glorious and exciting result in this video made this morning for Two Harbors.
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81 Dad after visiting twice and waiting for his turn to once again parent the egg/eaglet comes up with a plan:

Nice view of Little One and succesful Dad in capture by Lori

See video of Dad removing eggshell as eaglet is hatching here

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

March 25

Sights at Two Harbors as evening fell. Many folks feel like they saw good size cracks in both eggs on this nest as cam went off for the evening.

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Is an Historic Hatching imminent at Two Harbors?

This year Dr Sharpe has chosen to not foster any eggs to the incubation facility. All of the eagles are brooding their own eggs. Two Harbors eggs are do to hatch at any time now. Will it happen? What will be the eagle's reaction as one of those eggs actually starts to peep and come to life instead of arriving int he nest a few days old. What kind of parents will they be with their first hatch? To me right now Two Harbors is in fact the cam to not miss watching over the next few days. So much to see that has not been seen before by this pair and thier young if all goes well. You can watch this cam here

Monday, March 23, 2009

March 23



Sunday, March 22, 2009

March 22

Norfolk Cuties

Hornby Wiggle

Oklahoma feeding

Next Hatchings to be watching for are

Two Harbors and Colorado both at Day 35 on March 24.

Friday, March 20, 2009

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Sunday, March 15, 2009

March 15

NCTC Photos below from Deb and Megan NCTC Bloggers.

Patti from Maine forum has made a slideshow which is closest thing we have seen to movement in the nestbowl all weekend. Click Here.

OK still 3 eggs...keep a very close eye on this cam.


A sweet photo from Soggy Norfolk nest.

Drama continues on Maine nest..it is never boring there for sure...see video here:

2 eggs at PH Video of eggroll

Fri March 13 3 eggs are seen at Sidney nest as well Decorah IA has 3 eggs...Photo below by Judy B Maine forum

Hornby offline til later tonight, no egg laid there yet as far as we know but pair has been seen in nest at nighttime.

Saturday, March 14, 2009

NCTC Celebration

As we were watching the still cam on NCTC blog and realized that it did in fact appear that there is in fact now life under our Belle, and Liberty began bringing a feast to the nest for his family

one of the Bloggers Lolly mentioned that it was On This Day in History that Perry Como's Catch a Falling Star became a Golden Hit. I have chosen to set the video of todays happenings to that pretty song from Perry Como...it is in fact a Golden Moment for us who enjoy this nest and a very special Irish Blessing indeed.

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Morning feeding about to happen

Friday, March 13, 2009

Hatching Days here and or approaching

NCTC about 7 PM

Below OK eggs from 2 views about 12:30 OK time Here is a list of cams to keep that Eagle Eye on Eggs that appear to be do to hatch in the nest few days: NCTC ?????? Sorry still hoping was March 7 Oklahoma March 13 Caltrans March 13 Norfolk March 17

Below video of Caltran switch

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

NCTC Hatch?

March 10

Top 3 pictures are from yesterday just didn't get them posted. Bottom is just a few minutes ago at NCTC. My apologies for so much coverage at NCTC right now but it was the cam that got me here and it is the cam that keeps me here. I feel like we have been in Delivery room since Fri for those who are watching and waiting for this chick to hatch, Update Click on photo for magnified view

Sunday, March 08, 2009

March 8 Around the nestcams

NCTC Early am pretty switch video

Click here for Maine nice early morning view of eagle cam two

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Pelican Harbor

Sunday March 8 is K 10's Birthday.

Video link Friday March 6 found him very busy with Ravens

Sidney nest
Ma and Pa Sidney have 2 eggs,

Kent Cam is back online

you will find it here


It is also linked at left side of this blog

A Smilebox visit to many nestcams, I hope you enjoy

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Saturday, March 07, 2009

Blackwater and NCTC Nestcheck.

7:20 pm photo during eggroll at NCTC

Posting the Feedblitz around dinnertime as I have to work overnight tonight. Here is the most recent view of the eggs at NCTC and a cute photo of Snow White and Frosty at Blackwater.

Monday, March 02, 2009

Blackwater Celebration Care and Concern

Above picture sent by Suzanne was ...once again captured by floralgal who obviously gets up with the chickens...LOL well and the eagles.
The next two were captured by Suzanne and we officially well unofficially have Snow White and Frosty at Blackwater.

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