Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Catch up with the activities in our online community!

Hi All,

I've just reviewed some recent posts and suggestions. I would really like to direct some of you to our online community where people post images and videos from the BRI eaglecam...including an excellent and recent video of a mating attempt . I have also, per request, returned the view to show more of the tree. I plan to leave it in this view for a spell.
have a great day and enjoy BRI's wildlife webcams.

Patrick Keenan
Outreach Coordinator
BioDivrsity Research Institute


Anonymous Anonymous said...

3/24 around 11 am I noticed an eagle in the nest being vocal. It flew off and then for the past 10 minutes I have heard work trucks close by. I hope they do not inhibit mating and nesting at this nest. I think this is a crucial time

11:16 AM  
Anonymous lois said...

eagles could be heard but none present at the nest today.

3:47 PM  
Anonymous Mitch said...

Preparations definitely underway for egg laying by both parents.

6:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

lots of crow activity this morning, hopefully this will not interfere with eagle nesting

8:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks Patrick,
It is nice to see them both visiting this nest almost daily, I think of that as protecting your home territory. I know recently you stated you had some reservations about them nesting and I wonder what our deadline so to speak might be for them to lay eggs.
The EC2 couple will have hatching in a few weeks and these 2 haven't an egg to sit on! Could it be a difference between coastal & inland or just those differences that make up the natural world?
Thanks always for your attention!
J. in S.p.ME

9:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

An eaglet hatched today in Oklahoma - live eagle cam at http://www.suttoncenter.org/pages/live_eagle_camera They have a link to the utube video of the hatching. Stark contrast between the two nests in different parts of the country.

5:17 PM  
Anonymous eJane said...

Oh My! That cam link posted above is dizzying. The angle is awful, and even with a chick, extremely difficult to watch. I much rather enjoy these cams 24 hours a day.

7:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

April 01, 20010

Two eagles in the nest at 8:20 am - both flew off 8:30 am

12:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

4/4...7am and both birds on the nest. I have hope that one of them is sitting on some eggs.

7:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Easter weekend...I tuned in and was hearing chain saw very loud. Hope this isn't a deterrent.


6:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

04/07 @ 10:25

How sad that my favorite nest is once again empty. Would love to have another opportunity to watch laying, hatching, fledging at this location.

While the nest view improved, I wonder if the absence of a large limb has left this nest less desirable from the eagle point of view?


10:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

4-7-2010 6:34 pm
Just checked in, one eagle at nest having dinner. Hope this is a good sign.
Judy in Norway, Maine

6:35 PM  

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