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    Default Anyone else watching the eagles hatch???

    I've been watching on and off all day. It's a live feed of a Bald Eagle nest, with three eggs. One has already hatched, the other two, not yet. Pretty cool!!

    http://www.kwch.com/kwch-watch-iowa-...9272.htmlstory
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    Here's a couple screen shots I grabbed:

    Parents.
    Chick.
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    Cool. I love the eagle cams and didn't know about this one. Here's my favorite, in Norfolk, VA. There's a moderated discussion with this one, so you can gather a lot of neat information.
    http://www.wvec.com/marketplace/micr...eagle-cam.html
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    How cool!



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    Wow those chicks are BIG!!

    If you listen in to the one in Iowa, you'll hear horses! It just started in the 30 minutes, pretty cool. Maybe a trail ride?
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    We have the Norfolk Botanical Garden eagle cam on all the time in my client's pre-school classroom. The kids enjoy watching the babies getting fed.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Louise View Post
    Cool. I love the eagle cams and didn't know about this one. Here's my favorite, in Norfolk, VA. There's a moderated discussion with this one, so you can gather a lot of neat information.
    http://www.wvec.com/marketplace/micr...eagle-cam.html
    I've gotten addicted to this cam/discussion while I've been home recuperating! So !!
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    We have 23 nesting pairs around the CT River this year. The state has just closed some hiking trails in the area to give them some peace and quiet.
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    I've been watching all night

    The sitting eagle is sleeping right now - she (he?) did stand up awhile ago and I got to see one of the babies. Very cool!
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    I was addicted to the owl box last year. Mr. Midge is keeping the eagles company.
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    The ones here http://www.basic.ncsu.edu/eaglecam/ are about ready to leave the nest. I've enjoyed watching them.



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    Thanks for the eagle links.

    Here are hummingbirds :
    http://phoebeallens.com/



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    Quote Originally Posted by thinkrain View Post
    The ones here http://www.basic.ncsu.edu/eaglecam/ are about ready to leave the nest. I've enjoyed watching them.
    I am so out of the loop! I had no idea that there were cams on Bald Eagle nests. We used to hike around the area where the eagles nested when we went birdwatching at Jordan Lake. That was back in the mid '80s to early '90s.

    They're probably still nesting there and may have more nests now. The area was at the end of a dirt road near where an old railroad line ran through. The eagles would gather in the area to roost at night, and you could see one of the nests from the road.

    All I can see right now from the NCSU cam is a black screen.
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