Monday, September 22, 2008

Stream recovered!

Hi All, I have just now recovered the live stream--not sure what happened. Notably, there are (were) several crows basking in the sun on the sea-side of the nest. Thanks for keeping me posted. As you probably realized I was away from my computer this weekend. What beautiful weather we are having in Maine. This latest cold front, near to the peak of raptor migration, could push raptors toward our coastline and make for good viewing. Maybe a few will turn-up on the cam.

Patrick Keenan
BioDiversity Research Institute

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

9/22/08 11:00am Eastern time

Thank you all so much, I'm just glad you didn't wreck! That must have been some sight! I have goosebumps!

The weather here in MD has been fantastic, great for critter watching!

Thanks again to you, Wing and all at BRI!

Sue in MD

11:02 AM  
Anonymous Janice said...

YIPPEEE! Checked one more time and the CAM is back up and running.. . . Now where are those eagles??

Thanks Patrick!!

11:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

09/22 @ 18:41

Hooray ... live cam running! Have not caught an eagle today, but enjoyed sunset.

Many thanks ...

JAM in IL

6:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

While watching the 15 sec. update on Saturday afternoon, saw mom and dad come to the nest. First mom then dad. They stayed about an hour. Dad has visited a few times but this was the first time mom has visited in months! It was wonderful to see her. A promsing sign...hopefully.
Sept. 22

8:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello Everyone …
Thank you Patrick for getting the cam back up and running.

Here are 2 videos of today’s visit.
This morning a little after six one landed and one was vocal in foreground. Then again around 6:30 this evening one eagle came in so elegantly and silently stayed about a minute.
The other video is a one you can watch when you have the time. Chris and I went on a weeklong camping trip up in northern Maine township R9T12. 2 1/2 hours past the last store..We saw eagles, loons, moose, kingfishers, and ravens. We took many pictures I put a video slideshow of our trip to Macannamac camps.

Maine Bald Eagle Visit 09/23/08 6:03 AM

6:39 PM Maine bald Eagle Visit ... 09/23/08

Our trip to Cliff Lake in the Northern Maine Woods

Have a wonderful eveing
Peggy

10:17 PM  
Blogger Bald Eaglecam said...

Thanks for the viedeos and post Peggy. Very nice...and good to see the Eagles at the nest...again this morning 9/24.

Patrick Keenan
BioDiversity Research Institute

5:14 PM  

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