Forget puppy cam - try eagle cam!

Discussion in 'Off The Beaten Track' started by Lucy25, Mar 22, 2010.

  1. Lucy25

    Lucy25 Well-Known Member

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    skipaway and (deleted member) like this.
  2. skipaway

    skipaway Well-Known Member

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    Thanks, how beautiful!
     
  3. Lacey

    Lacey Well-Known Member

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    It looks windy, probably chilly. Where is this?
     
  4. skipaway

    skipaway Well-Known Member

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    Hampton Roads area of Virginia
     
  5. IceAlisa

    IceAlisa Épaulement!!!

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    Ha ha, the bald eagle parents were just having a bit of a "dispute". It looks like the mom is feeding the chicks and daddy is in the way.
     
  6. Sassafras

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    Both parents were there this afternoon - along with a fish they were feeding the "kids".
     
  7. skipaway

    skipaway Well-Known Member

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    Keep the camera rolling...can make donations Here

    I sent 50.00 and am receiving picture number 6
     
  8. Sassafras

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    The "kids" are almost ready to fly the coop! They're flapping their wings quite a bit and hopping to various branches. No one has left the nest tree yet, though. :cool:
     
  9. IceAlisa

    IceAlisa Épaulement!!!

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    Wow, they are huge! :eek:
     
  10. Skate Talker

    Skate Talker Replaced the display under my name

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    Here is a Peregrine Falcon cam in Winnipeg Manitoba, (that's Canada :D ). The roost is on a downtown hotel and is part of a re-introduction program started a number of years ago. This one was specially constructed to shelter from winds and our frequent spring/early summer driving rain storms. This female peregrine has a new mate this year and I believe this is the first time they have actually used this roost. In prior years they stubbornly insisted on an unprotected ledge. A couple of years ago tragically the chicks died after a bad rain storm despite all efforts to save them.

    http://www.cbc.ca/manitoba/features/falcon/
     
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