Sunday, March 15, 2009

Lots of Activity

Hi All.
I just wanted to post here quickly.  What a lot of activity we have had at the nest!  A potential second female and a visiting immature and several disputes.  All of this has not left us an egg in the nest but we all remain hopeful.  
If you are away from the cams check back in by logging into our on-line cam community to review what you may have missed.  The site is located by clicking the button below our image view at  Have a great day!
All the best,
Patrick Keenan
BioDiversity Research Institute


Blogger JO said...

Hi Patrick: It's been very exciting watching the eagle cam these past few days. Just curious as to when or if we will be getting the night vision back.

Thanks for all you and BRI do to keep all the cams up and running.


11:16 AM  
Blogger Jacqueline said...

saw 2 eagles sitting on nest around 11:10 this was cleaning up the sitting on branch....I am beginning to get hopeful....

3:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Have a question about the eagle nests. How far apart are they? Are they in danger of territorial behavoiour?

cathyh in mass

7:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


What is the success rate of the peregrine falcons?

7:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello all, at 8:29 on St. Patrick's day, I clicked on to watch live video. At the very moment, I saw papa eagle breeding with momma. Maybe the babies should have an Irish name. What do you think? Thanks, Rhonda from Massachusetts

8:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are the Cam 1 and 2 nest in the same general vicinity?

10:23 AM  
Blogger Bald Eaglecam said...

Hi all, the eagle nests are perhaps a hundred miles apart. As far as the night vision goes. We are working on it but unfortunately having the IR on crashes our program...working toward a solution. All the Best,

2:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

March 17 - 4:36 in Michigan

I just signed on in time to see one squirrel on the Y branch - no sign of Eagles or anything else. I haven't been lucky enough to see any activity the past few days so it's good to read everyone's observations - at least I know they're still around.


4:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tuned in around 1 and both eagles sitting on a branch...after a short time...the male eagle came over close to the female..then tried jumping on her...she was not interested....that's twice we know of today...WO WO

5:16 PM  
Blogger D&B said...

4:25a.m. eastern (still dark)
Eagle on the "y" limb, think its Mom. Dad vocalizing but not in view. Dad might be sitting on a limb higher in the tree.
Eagle (Mom) appears to be sleeping on the limb, with head brought around and tucked under back of wing.
4:50a.m. Mom still sleeping on the "y" limb. Dad close by, he continues to call out once in awhile

4:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

3/18 1000
Rhonda.....I agree with you....Patick or Sean and Colleen or Mary Katherine.....
What a day to be at work.....lots of activity....does anyone remember the clumsy mating attempt last year with them free falling off the branch? The sounds were awful!!!

9:59 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

March 18 - 10:23 in Michigan

Both Eagles are on the next and I hear another calling in the distance. Now I hear crows and they sound very close. It looks like Dad flew to the Y branch - the Mom is in the nest bowl.


10:25 AM  
Blogger Maggie said...

3/18 @ 2:20p

Eagle on the Y branch for the past 15 minutes on this cloudy, windy day.

2:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

March 18th - 3:05 EST

Both Eagles are sitting on the Y branch and there's not another sound except the wind and the water. They're just looking around. I just heard another Eagle calling and they became very alert. I just heard it again but they don't seem to be too concerned about it.

3:11 PM  
Blogger Karen said...

At 2:25 pm central time both eagles were on the large branch. Short time later one eagle changed its position and moved further on to the branch. Stayed awhile and then flew off. Present time is 2:38 and still just one eagle on the branch looking out toward the water. Sorry to say not sure I know female from male, since this is my first sighting.

Beautiful sight to see.

3:41 PM  
Blogger Diana B. said...

Southport, Conn.
March 18, 2009
5:40 EDT

I am frustrated again this year, as I cannot get the live feed on my Vista machine on EagleCam. Strangely, I can get the live feed on both other cams. The EagleCam2 is fine, and the PeregrinCam is also fine, although the sound is very staticky.
I have updated eveything I can think of: RealPlayer, Java, QuickTime, Windows Media Player, Flash, Shockwave, all Vista updates.
I am also able to see all the videos perfectly well. This is the only one I am having trouble with.
Does anyone have an explanation? This happens only on my computer at home. At work, the live feed works perfectly.
If none worked, I would say it is definitely something with my computer, but the others work fine!
Bummed in Connecticut

5:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

March 18 = 5:44 EST

There is one Eagle on the Y branch looking out over the water. He's looking right into the camera now. The microphone keeps cutting out and now and then the screen goes black for a few seconds. It's 5:50 now and the Eagle hasn't moved - maybe he's waiting for dinner.

5:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"siting check" check in...
I see one (can't tell if it's a male or female) eagle on the Y branch as of around almost 3 p.m. pacific west coast time, Wednesday, March 18th...
Also thank you for the closer up zoomed in mode! Thank you so much...
Signed a Maine eagle cam watcher of this cam for many, many seasons...
Sarah in San Diego

5:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

what kind of bird is that??? It sounds like a bullfrog....

6:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What kind of bird was that around 6:47 pm. It sounded like a bullfrog.....

6:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

03/18 @ 19:00

17:49 - found an eagle on base of the Y.

18:22 - eagle still on Y.

18:43 - missed arrival, but second eagle in the nest while the first remains on the Y.

18:46 - second left. Much noise. First eagle moved from Y into bowl.

18:48 - second returned. Both in nest moving twigs. Then first moved back to Y.
Second continues work of rearranging.

18:56 - 2nd off again, followed a minute later by eagle on Y.

As far as id. First had typical bad hair day with ragged u to w in front ... much like our Ms. Mom. Day is very windy, so who knows?

Second eagle had a more narrow and sleek head with an almost perfect V (except for a loose looking feather) ... much like our Mr. Mom of old.

As my perception is probably prejudiced by my wishful thinking, I can only hope that somebody else can help with the id of this pair.

A beautiful sight regardless of which eagles I observed!


7:09 PM  
Blogger D&B said...

10:25a.m. eastern

Mom sitting on the "y" limb.
Raven sound in the area.

Eagle ON the nest #2 sitting in nestbowl.
This is "Awesome" having two nests to watch.

10:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

03/19 @ 10:38

09:56 - eagle into nest briefly and then onto left Y.

10:29 - approximate time of departure.

Lots of noise ... eagle chatter, dove calling, cawing, and some strange. Also, this stream is now exhibiting the stop and start found on cam 2.


10:42 AM  
Blogger D&B said...

6:07a.m. eastern
Both eagles on the nest.
Not quite daylight yet but can see the two of them walking around the nest. One, settles down in the nestbowl while the other stands on the edge of nest.
Windy morning here in Maine

6:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

8:21am on March 20th nothing in nest. a lot of wind. hopefully will see something soon.

8:22 AM  
Blogger Tonya said...

What a great day to watch our beautiful eagles!!!

1:48 PM  
Blogger Karen said...

Friday, 3/20

Just tuned in, it is 12:43 CT and who I believe is the female is preening the nest and the male is on the Y branch looking out towards the water. As always, a beautiful sight to behold!!

Haven't seen any newer comments on the blog, any reason why?

1:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

March 20 4:20 EST

There's one Eagle sitting on the Y branch. It' a beautiful day at the nest site. The wind is blowing and I hear a crows near by. There is another bird calling but I'm not familiar with it. She's still sitting there just looking at the water.

4:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, it is 4.45 Friday the 20th an the eagle's have been flirting,nesting and have relations ALL day off an on. He helped her put sticks in nest too this afternoon. we might be having some babies soon. Hope we don't have any late spring storms like last year!!!

4:46 PM  
Blogger D&B said...

4:50p.m. eastern
Both adult eagles sitting on the "y" limb at this time.
Beautiful picture, bright sunshine, blue water below.
Thank you BRI for this privilege to watch our eagles.

4:55 PM  
Blogger Reagan s Queen Anne Bed and Breakfast said...

Just checked in about 4:15pm central(Missouri) time and found both M&D at the nest. M was moving sticks around. D was up on the branch to the front left and M on the Y branch. It's now 4:46pm MO time and they are both still there. It's exciting to think they may bring us more eaglets this year!! It's been a long dry spell.

5:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

started watching about 4:14pm central(MO) time and found M&D at the nest. M was moving stick around. D sat on the branch foreground left. D went to the nest about 4:56 and picked around, then at 4:58, he hoppe on M and attempted a mating. At least this time they both remained on the branch and didn't fall. It's so exciting to see them back and giving it another try, if this is the original pair, of course. If not, we'll just be happy to see eaglets again!! It's been a long dry spell.

6:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

03/20 @ 18:00

17:57 - rather noisy, unusually awkward-looking mating! She screeched a long time after.

I found 2 eagles on the nest rim a few minutes ago. First one, then the other moved to the Y. Did not have a chance to try to identify. However, the mating session was more dramatic than usual.

18:02 - both are still sitting on the left Y ... one far enough left to be headless on screen.


PS. A beautiful egg on the Peregrine cam!

6:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just a "check in" at the 3 p.m. hour Pacific time Friday, March 20th to say...
I am seeing one of the parents standing as majestic, proud and beautiful as ever on the "Y" branch!!!
Here is hoping we have baby eaglets this season... I am also hoping we can get as zoomed in as possible to see them at that point too.
Thank you also Mr. Patrick for your efforts as well.

6:10 PM  
Blogger Reagan s Queen Anne Bed and Breakfast said...

This is the first day of Spring and I was so happy to find both M&D there and seeing them attempt to pro-create was encouraging. I got hooked on this pair/nest 4 yrs ago and am anticipating success this year!! They have both been at the nest for over an hour straight now. If anyone else has watched them and saw them arrive earlier than 4:14pm central, please post. It seems as if they are protecting their domain. There has been a lot of vocalizing from both of them and some in the distance as well. Color me happy it's SPRING!!

6:12 PM  
Blogger peggymaine said...

March 20th...So they do breed on a branch, rather than on the nest? I saw that happen at 4:45 this afternoon but did not know what I was witnessing. Poppa hopped on her back, lots of squawking by both. Then he got turned around but still kept at it. When he hopped off and stood next to her on the branch they both made different calmer sounds.

6:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

March 20 6:26 PM EST

Mom and Dad are both on the Y branch looking out over the water.
It's peaceful at the nest site and they're very beautiful.

6:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

March 21 9:15 EST

Mom is sitting on the Y branch pretty much in the same spot as she was yesterday. She just flew away and there is a lot of Eagle chatter.

9:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

03/21 @ 09:37

08:40 - found one eagle in the nest and one on the left Y. Not certain, but believe male in the nest.

08:41 - off nest to right Y. Quiet chatter from both.

09:03 - both still there. Eagle from right Y into nest followed by eagle from left Y.

09:04 - both now in nest with male(?) moving sticks.

09:06 - male remains in nest rearranging; female from nest to main Y.

09:07 - eagle on Y flies off to left.

09:09 - eagle from nest to left Y.

09:14 - eagle gone but can hear chatter off camera.

Last year we were able to id the pair from the rear by the amount of white tail showing. I cannot remember which showed more white ... any help with that?


9:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

my son and i was watching the nest at 12:55pm on 3/21/09. we saw 1 eagle in the nest and a hawk on the branch to the left. the eagle was doing a lot of cleaning in the nest.

12:58 PM  
Blogger peggymaine said...

peggymaine; About 2:30 this afternoon, Saturday March 21st, she squawked a lot, turning around to see if anyone was paying attention, then settled into a steady position, perfect profile, rump down, staring straight ahead and immobile for perhaps 20-30 seconds and sure looked as though she was delivering an egg. When she finished she just up and flew off. False labor?

2:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

3/21 1515 EST

Just a note to some who were wondering about the odd bird calls ....
the raven's cries are many and varied....if you hear croaks or clicks or gutteral or alarmed squawks...anything weird...chances are it's a raven!
Some may disagree, but the raven is kind of a 'cool' bird....I've had some 'up close and personal' experience with one while climbing in Baxter State was a little freaky.....

Oops, we have a landing, and another.....
Up to the Y...
And, a raven is squawking nearby!

3:24 PM  
Blogger peggymaine said...

3:43pm They just attempted mating again on the branch. Did not look to me that they were lined up just right but I am a novel observer. This is from peggymaine, Sat afternoon at 3:45, March 21st. Equinox, equinox!

3:46 PM  
Blogger peggymaine said...

3:43pm they mated again on the branch. Saturday afternoon, March 21st. (I have perhaps already submitted this observation but it went from the screen when I clicked on my identity name. Sorry) Peggymaine reporting at 3:46pm EDT

3:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

March 21, 2009... Approx. 3:50pm EDT

The pair spent some time tidying up the nest a bit - adjusting twigs, etc.

They then mated out on the Y branch... very noisy.

They flew away at about 3:50pm... a few minutes after mating.

3:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

9/20 5:15pm

Just happened to check in and found two eagles on the nest. One jumped to the Y branch and then flew away shortly thereafter.

5:22pm lone eagle still on the nest. Has vocalized some, but it seemed more warning someone else away.

5:23 PM  
Blogger D&B said...

6:50a.m. eastern
Raven calling.
Question to BRI.

How might having the Ravens around affect the Eagles nesting??
Appears to be a light dusting of snow on the nest this morning.

6:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I feel like the female is a new one because of her size. I have always been able to tell them apart because Mom was bigger, but this year, I'm having a difficult time.

11:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Checked in at 1:40pm, overcast day - one sitting on nest, simply looking around. At 1:44 lots of "arguing" between the eagle and a near-by crow. 1:46 hopped up on Y branch, shaking feathers, preening. 1:51 sun came out. 1:53 flew off to the right.
I've never gotten to see this pair before, and don't know which is male or female. Once I figure that out I'll relay that info also.
I want to thank this site for allowing all of us to intrude without intruding on the personal lives of such magnificiant creatures. Mitakuye Oyasin! We ARE all related!

1:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

March 22 3:24 EST

Mom just flew onto the nest and spent about one minute sounding very angry then flew away.

3:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

3/22 This may have been mentioned, but is the night cam and/or the regular cam down? I just get a black screen at 7:15 pm.

7:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

3/22 2023 EST

Wow, lots of activity this year on our nests! Lots of intruders, fighting, and those ravens! Their presence has me really concerned... last year I felt they may have had some bearing on why the nesting failed.......
Oh well, we'll see what tomorrow brings!
Keep the faith!

8:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

March 23 8:53 EST

Both Eagles are on the Y branch looking at the ocean. It's windy again today.

8:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

March 23 -9:11 in Michigan

Mom just flew off and had a noisy confrontation with some ravens. Both are back at the nest site now - She is on the Y branch and he's is standing in the nest bowl rearranging the sticks. Now they're both on the Y branch just looking around.

9:17 AM  
Blogger peggymaine said...

Peggymaine here. 9:20am another attempt at mating, but jumping on her back and squawking a lot when things are not lined up correctly would not seem to be effective.

9:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm pretty sure the female is pregnant. I've been watching the pair of them this morning, and she's sitting on the nest as though she's guarding eggs!

9:23 AM  
Blogger Judy said...

8:22 a.m.
Several mating attempts this morning.

9:24 AM  
Blogger Maggie said...

March 23, 2:40 pm EDT

Eagle on nest with lunch!

2:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What a thrill to see so much activity! But honestly, if I didn't know better I would say that one of the males looks like he is trying to lay an egg!!

4:27 PM  
Blogger Judy said...

Thank you, thank you, thank you. Just checked in to eagle cam (1). Cannot believe how close the camera is to the eagle have dinner. Can't get enough of this wildlife.

6:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

March 24 1:12 EST

The wind is just terrible today. No sign of or sound coming from any critters - just the wind howling.

1:14 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

feeding on nest cam #1 at 2p. Mom sitting on nest cam #2. One was sitting on nest cam #1 yesterday afternoon, screechin' and carrying on, musta been gas.

2:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

March 24 2:30 EST

Mom is on the nest eating. It's a wonder the wind doesn't blow her away - it's really howling.

2:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

0838 3/25 checked in to find 2 eagles working on the nest. Both just looking about and one flying on and off the nest bringing in nesting material. Both working hard on the nest moving some big branches around. It's not too late for egg laying is it?

8:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

3/25/09 8:40 am Lots of activity going on at this nest this morning. Both birds bringing in buidling materials. Are we preparing for something?
Laura in Monmouth ME

8:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just curious if anyone knows what that "saw" noise is. It's very disturbing and I'm hoping it's not disturbing the eagles.

Love this site, can't stop watching it.


9:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just curious if anyone knows what that "saw" noise is. It's very disturbing and I'm hoping it's not disturbing the eagles.

Love this site, can't stop watching it.


9:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just curious if anyone knows what that "saw" noise is. It's very disturbing and I'm hoping it's not disturbing the eagles.

Love this site, can't stop watching it.


9:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Patrick, was watching a pair in the nest this morning around 9:30am and then heard what sounded like a chain saw in the background. This apparently disrupted the pair in the nest as they soon left after about 20 minutes of noise. How close is this nest to human population?

10:17 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...




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3:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

5:43 p.m. Central time: Both eagles flew into the nest. A short time later, the female flew up to the Y branch. Then the male followed her and after another short time, they copulated. The male left at 5:50p.m. I didn't have time to wait to see how long the female stayed.

6:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lone eagle on a limb, they were their the other day having quite a dinner for themselves. I'm beg. to think that neither nest site is going to be raising any you.

Judy in Western Maine

6:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

mating on the Y branch, 3/25 5:45pm...

8:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

3/26/09 a.m. both eagles in the nest. Around 8:50 a.m. female flew up to the Y branch. A minute or so later, the male joined her and they copulated. Then the male returned to the nest and poked around awhile. Eventually (five minutes later) he flew off and she shortly followed.

9:59 AM  
Blogger fifermom said...

Saw male hop onto female at 6:45pm last night and again at 7:45am this morning! Daughter almost missed the bus b/c we were so fascinated!

12:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

March 26th 3:16 EST

There's nobody home.
Crows/Ravens are calling in the background. It's a beautiful day for a change.

3:17 PM  
Blogger peggymaine said...

Thursday evening, March 26th 6:12pm The eagles have tried mating again on their favorite branch. Could not see if they really knew what they were doing this time. Camera is set at more of a distance now, good for perspective but a little hard for 'supervising' reproduction activity. This is peggymaine.

6:17 PM  
Blogger Judy said...

3-26-09 6:30 p.m.
Another mating attempt about 6:15, picking up of nesting material and moving it around.

6:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

March 27 11:17 am dst

Have been on since 6 am, have not seen Eagles yet. Thought I heard in background, but all is quiet.
We keep this on all the time.
We in Ohio, but family all over Maine, keep this up, grrreeeaat


11:19 AM  
Blogger charppps said...

Why can't I view the Live Eagle Cam 1? I am using WMP 11. Java enabled and up to date.

5:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Saw both eagles in the nest.. 6:35pm... Female jumped to left side of Y.... Male jumped to right side... Another attempt at mating occured at 6:38pm... Male jumped off to the left of female and then flew away.... Female took off a short time later.... Tim the tool man grunt was heard shortly there after....

5:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

March 28 7:53 EST

It's calm at the nest site today but it's cloudy. There's a lot of noise from many different birds including Eagles but there's nobody on the nest. I don't think we're going to have a family this season.

7:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Like Charlotte, I have been unable to get the live feed for about a week now. Both WMP and Java are up-to-date

12:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

03/29 @ 14:36

14:30 - Both eagles flew into the nest with lots of chatter. One moved onto left Y ... the other followed shortly with more chatter between them. Then the male moved further left on the branch putting a little space between them.

14:33 - Whoops, he just closed the distance to mate!

14:34 - Both flew off.

The drama continues. Perhaps they just keep practicing hoping to get it right? Perhaps we will see some eggs?

Unable to positively id.


2:39 PM  
Blogger peggymaine said...

Sunday March 29th 3pm. Pretty discouraged not having seen or heard today any activity at either the eaglecam site or eagle2. Nor yesterday. I've not been on line steadily, but have been able to hear the audio from the other room. Switched occasionally from one to the other. Perhaps other observers have something more cheerful to report.

3:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Eagle was at the nest the rain! Looked a bit soggy!

6:44 PM  
Blogger Kit said...

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7:21 PM  
Blogger peggymaine said...

Monday afternoon March 30th, 1:51pm I came in here and saw one eagle on the nest, but not for long and I have no idea when he/she had arrived. Audio has been on and I've heard nothing like the usual carryings on during the times we though something might be developing.

1:54 PM  
Blogger peggymaine said...

OK so I wasn't patient enough. Got off the blog and went back to the site and there was an eagle again. Perhaps she'd gone out to catch lunch. A good 5-10 minutes picking off bites and looking around; 3 times she called out, perhaps for her mate? but he was a no-show. 2:03pm (Monday 3/30) she flew off.

2:05 PM  
Blogger peggymaine said...

Me again, same day March 30th, this time perhaps 2:15 there was another eagle on the nest. Perhaps this was a juvenile? Head was not all white, some white running down his back. He seemed to have stopped by for leftovers from the other eagle's lunch. Hung around a bit and then flew off. No calling out of any kind.

2:29 PM  
Blogger peggymaine said...

Monday the 30th 2:40, looks like Mom came back to the nest, called out; hung around, poked around, noone showed up so she flew off about two minutes later.

2:47 PM  
Blogger peggymaine said...

Monday 4:39pm 3/30 Typical eagles calls and chatter but all off camera.

4:40 PM  
Blogger peggymaine said...

6:30 Monday 3/30 Probably my last entry for today. I've not been around steadily but there have been several quick visits a couple of times in and out of the nest,seemingly a mature eagle (I hope Momma) not the probably immature kid I saw a couple of hours ago; calling sounds and chattering also, still off camera. You wonder if they are going to a marriage counsellor. Crossing fingers that it will all still come together. Novice that I am as a bird-watcher, the several mating attempts that I observed were not 'on the mark' so to say.

6:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mar 31st. What a sight to see both on the nest at the same time. Working in the nest and just sitting. Are these the same 2 from the previous years? I can't tell as the camera is still in night mode. P. from Michigan

8:41 AM  
Blogger peggymaine said...

March 31st, 5pm; the pair has been in and out of the nest a couple of times late this afternoon, at one point fussing at each other. Twice they were on the branch side by side but there was no activity and they have flown away.

5:00 PM  
Blogger peggymaine said...

PS from peggymaine: any chance that the blog can be updated more often than once a week? I know you guys are plenty busy as always but it would be wonderful to get others' feedback.

5:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

4/1/09 8:18 EST

It's quiet at the site this morning and there's no sign of our Eagles. I hear them calling in the distance. Is it too late for egg lying? There are eggs in the nest at Eagle cam II.

8:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

In the past 2 days every time I've checked out the eagles there has been one on the nest! Maybe eaglets?

12:36 PM  
Blogger peggymaine said...

Foggy Maine morning in So. Portland, Friday April 3, 9am. Very excited to read that the mid-Maine eagle mom has done her thing, and to pull up the site to see her sitting on the egg. Thx for the notice in the newspaper! I have figured out (not too swift at this stuff) how to keep that site visible while continuing to watch the coastal eagles, who have not gotten very far, unfortunately. I have the live cam on coastal and then have mid-Maine on the 15-second update screen. Also, thx for uploading the latest bunch of entries on the coastal cam. Nice to know that I was not alone Best to Kit and Anonymous (sing, plural?!) from peggymaine.

9:13 AM  
Blogger peggymaine said...

Monday April 6, 5:53pm This is peggymaine. I guess we will not have success here this year, from glancing in now and then over the last week. Crossing fingers, and pulling for the Eagle2 cam nest. Alas.....

5:55 PM  
Blogger Kit said...

peggymaine - Do not yet dispair of eggs from our coastal eagles - we're not giving up yet - not til Wing or Ms Charlie tells us to... It was good to see your comments today ! Keep checking in...

1:48 AM  
Blogger peggymaine said...

Kit! thx so much for your posting here. I will keep monitoring both Maine eagle nests at your suggestion. Wouldn't it be wonderful to have success at the coastal nest. I've been on the virginia site often and in the chat room once or twice yesterday and today but not when you were on. Could really get hooked. The little ones there are cute, but our Maine cams are more important! Cheers from SoPo.....Fri 10:30pm April 10th

10:33 PM  

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