Tuesday, August 05, 2008

Cam Back Online!

We are back up and running!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

8/5/08...Thanks for coming back on-line. I missed my window in Maine. It's so peaceful like a perpetual vacation. And the great reward is that every now and then I share my view with a beautiful eagle or two. Thank the team, also, for all their work and effort.

Mary in Ohio

5:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

5 Aug 2008 640PM

Glad to see the site back up, even though there isn't nest activity this time of year.

It could soon be nest building season for the couple; whichever couple.!

6:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

08/05 @19:00

Hooray! How wonderful to have the cam back. Thanks much.


7:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wanted to thank you so much for getting the cam back on. I truly appreciate it!!! Happy day! :)


9:00 a.m.

9:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To Sebago Eagle lover: I feel bad that you haven't had your question answered but it may be there can be no pat answer to the question. To see an eagle sitting in a certain spot for a period of time (months, summers,etc) may mean it's a favorite roost spot.

There's so much to know to determine where it might come from - what's the range from a nest that an adult will fly; is it a nesting adult or is it looking? Is it even the very same bird that you see every time?

Everything we learn increases our desire to know more - one piece of info leads to 5 more questions...know what I mean? In down time on the cams, I try to spend a little time reading the reports BRI so generously puts on their site. Some can be very technical almost needing hip-waders to get thru for us non-scientific types BUT the tables, graphs, etc have very easily intrepreted info in them. I just looked at a map of the state o'Maine showing sites of nests where chicks were sampled. Just pick something and peruse...it won't hurt.

So Sebago friend, keep looking, keep your own journal, read about eagles, and keep sharing what you find.

J in S.P.ME

Oh and P.S. Thanks for the cam back!!

9:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you for fixing the Eaglecam. It puts me into a "zen state."

Frances in New York

1:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Glad to see the cams back up. WING, can you zoom it back in some?
There was a visit today from 10:42 - 10:45 am. And also there was some calling out and a flyby a bit after 4:00pm. Here are the two videos.

Maine Bald Eagle vists 8/06/08 10:42-45am

Maine Bald Eagle fly by and Call out 4:25 PM


7:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm so happy. The CAM is back up and running. Hoping to see our eagles once again soon. Thanks Wing.

9:50 AM  
Blogger flight of fancy said...

Looks so beautiful. Can't wait for next spring...with wishes for our favorite eagle pair to have a successful season.Thanks for getting the cam back up and running. As always, you amaze us with your talents, concern, knowledge...well, the list goes on.

11:58 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WOOOO-HOOOO Happy days are here again... Thank you BRI!!! ;] 1:32pm EDT 8/08/08

1:33 PM  
Blogger armkar1 said...

8/8/08....Being a while since I have been on here posting. Have been checking on the cam and glad to see that it is back on again.
Haven't been able to catch our eagles but the scenery and the sounds are just wonderful. Very relaxing..I just love it! Thanks for all you do and can't wait for next nesting season, hopefully we have better luck!
Take care,
Karen in WA.

3:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Glad to see the camera back! I do have hopes that after a year off the eagles will nest again next year - and it will be interesting to compare their behavior this fall and early winter with what we observed last year! Thanks for all you do!

JudyB from Maine

11:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello everyone
There was a visit by a juvie yesterday August 10
Juvie Visitor on the maine bald eagle nest 08/10/08

11:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi everyone. I just found this site about the bald eagles and it is a great site. I have been watching the cam for a week or so and still haven't seen any siteings yet. Could anyone tell me when the eagles come to the nest. thanks

12:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jesse, You should start seeing the eagles more at this nest around December/January/February. It's a great sight and I'm glad you found it. Hopefully our eagles will have a successful hatch this season.


8:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

08/28 @ 08:24

Long time with no new blog posts. Is anyone still out there?

I have not managed to catch any eagles on the nest, but do enjoy the view.


8:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

8/28 pm

I'm here every day, looking and sometimes listening; I may have heard eagles a few days ago in the early morning but I wasn't sure. No sightings from the cam. Of course this time of year offers so much outside as well and husband & I have seen lots of great birds over the marshes and in our yard.
Stay in touch

J in S.P.ME

5:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To JAM in IL
I caught the visits a couple of times. here are a couple of videos
Maine Bald Eagle Visit 6:25 PM 08/13/09

Maine Bald Eagle visit 08/18/08 ... 8:00 AM

Maine bald eagles 10:15am 8/19/08 with Slow motion
have a good day. Peggy

4:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

9/02/08 Thanks for showing of Eagle visit and Fly by on 8/06/08.

Jim in Texas

9:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

JAM in Illinois, yes an eagle does visit from time to time, maybe only a minute or two but does still make appearances. We do hear them more than see them though. Sometimes we even hear a little chatter way into the late evening. Time is flying by quickly and it won't be long before we see them working on the nest again and I'm sure that you are as anxious as we are to see them on a more regular basis. It's not been a good year for a lot of the different nests that are available for viewing.

9/3/08 11:53 am

Eagle and Loon lover

11:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Friday 5 Sept 1:17 PM ET
Eagle on the nest!

Bill in Conn.

1:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

1:26 Eagle is still there, having lunch. Darn I wish somebody was around to zoom in for a better look.

Bill in Conn.

1:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

9/5/08 3pm
Great surprise to see an eagle with wind blowing thru its feathers on the nest at 2:20pm today - watched for about 2 minutes before it hopped of the Y branch and glided downward. What a great windy day for flying.

J in S.P.ME

3:09 PM  
Blogger GG said...

Sep 08, 2008 8:55am EDT

We need a new month to appear - but first - we need the camera to be turned back on.


8:54 AM  

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