Tuesday, February 23, 2010

A time for renovations...

Hi All, I am sorry for the long duration between my posts. As you may know the eagles have been visiting the nest infrequently since my last post. They seem to be both adding sticks to the nest and using the nest as a feeding perch.

In past years eagles at this nest have laid eggs as early as the first week of March. Currently, these birds do not seem on track for that date but nesting is still certainly a possibility at this site. Notably Maine is anticipated to receive a wintry mix of rain, ice and snow on Thursday and Friday. It will be interseting to see how these birds weather the storm.

Please keep in touch with your posts and questions to help direct the content of this blog.

Until next time,
Patrick Keenan
BioDiversity Research Institute


Blogger LinskiZ said...

Thanks Patrick. I am really missing my Eagle fix. I sure hope that our eagle pair will decide to use this nest this year and I'm keeping fingers crossed for a better outcome than the last several yrs.

8:27 PM  
Anonymous TenderMoon said...

I, too, have crossed fingers for a successful breeding season. I reveled in the opportunity to see these beautiful creatures raise two offspring a few years back. Here's hoping things go well this year.

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Anonymous Lou said...

Saw two eagles today!!! Boy is it windy. Surprised the nest is holding up. Hold on guys!!

7:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Friday, March 5th, around 11:00 AM, a lone eagle sat on the nest for about 1/2 hour and flew off to the left. I don't know how long it had been there. I was SO excited to see that eagle! It's been a long time!

11:36 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Eagle on nest at 553 this morning a beautiful site. Still hoping for more to come!
Lori from Pa.

5:55 AM  
Blogger D&B said...

7:20a.m. eastern
Adult eagle sitting on the "Y" branch.
After a few minutes, flew away and could hear it "call" as it went.

7:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I watched 2 eagles on the nest this morning between 7 and 7:30. I was so happy to see them. They were rearranging and nestling in the nest. They then flew to the Y branch. One went right, and the other went left. The sunrise was so beautiful this morning at this site...my idea of Heaven!

8:27 AM  
Blogger D&B said...

3/11/10 7:14a.m. eastern
Both adult eagles on nest #1.
One eagle is eating, the other watching. Both talking to each other.
Hopefully, this is a good sign for nest #1 this year.

7:15 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've been watching on and off for approx 30 min this morning (808). first one the 2 eagle appear to be feeding. I'm still hoping:-)
Lori in PA

8:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

March 11 - 8:10 am - two eagles in the nest, one appears to be working on nest bowl - maybe getting ready?

8:15 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

March 11...Pretty sure the 2 eagles were on the nest from before 7 until after 8. I had to leave for school, and I wanted to stay and watch them. One flew away and came back later. The other stayed to fix the nest...SO EXCITING!

10:53 AM  

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