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Iowa Bald Eagles ready to hatch their eggs. LIVE!
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Two Eagles....in the nest.....with eggs just about to hatch.  I believe it is a live video.  I noticed that there are an awful lot of folks watching.  This is in NE Iowa near the town of Decorah.  NE Iowa is pretty much dairy country....hilly and lots of forest and woods with cliffs and rock formations.  Not too far from the Mississippi River.   Have a look while it is is still daylight.

 

I rushed to get this posted for all our wildlife lovers. Hope I'm correct on my facts.

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Two Eagles....in the nest.....with eggs just about to hatch.  I believe it is a live video.  I noticed that there are an awful lot of folks watching.  This is in NE Iowa near the town of Decorah.  NE Iowa is pretty much dairy country....hilly and lots of forest and woods with cliffs and rock formations.  Not too far from the Mississippi River.   Have a look while it is is still daylight.

 

I rushed to get this posted for all our wildlife lovers. Hope I'm correct on my facts.

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I just checked in to find mom doing lunch!

 

I just checked in to find mom doing lunch!

 

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LOOK NOW!!!


MOM IS FEEDING THE BABIES AGAIN.

 

EDIT--too late...dad just got home, and I saw mom fly out of the nest to stretch her wings, so dad is feeding now.

 


LOOK NOW!!!


MOM IS FEEDING THE BABIES AGAIN.

 

EDIT--too late...dad just got home, and I saw mom fly out of the nest to stretch her wings, so dad is feeding now.

 


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Yep...here they are waiting for lunch!

Yep...here they are waiting for lunch!

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Edited by Escapee on Apr 7, 2011 at 4:08:52 PM

NPR did an interview with the Director Bob Anderson on April 3rd.That was one reason for the jump in the number of viewers.

 

 

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=135090940

 

http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2011/04/07/135202840/eagle-cam-update-we-have-a-hatching-third-e...

 

 

NPR did an interview with the Director Bob Anderson on April 3rd.That was one reason for the jump in the number of viewers.

 

 

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=135090940

 

http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2011/04/07/135202840/eagle-cam-update-we-have-a-hatching-third-eaglet-emerges

 

 

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In reading those articles, glad I'm not the only one hooked on this!

In reading those articles, glad I'm not the only one hooked on this!

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I can hear geese flying in the area this morning.  They manually panned the camera when dad left the nest; he's in the same tree as the nest.  And here I thought he was gone all day being a slacker. Smiley Wink

 

I can hear geese flying in the area this morning.  They manually panned the camera when dad left the nest; he's in the same tree as the nest.  And here I thought he was gone all day being a slacker. Smiley Wink

 

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I do believe Dad prefers sentry watch to having three squirmy babies under his tummy.

I do believe Dad prefers sentry watch to having three squirmy babies under his tummy.

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Just checked.  The feed seems to be frozen.  Furthermore I'd swear it's an older recording because it looks like unhatched eggs.  But that might be an illusion.  Definition isn't the best.  But there is definitely no motion except for occasional little very brief movements (word I originally used was rejected by the filter master) of mom's head.

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Just checked.  The feed seems to be frozen.  Furthermore I'd swear it's an older recording because it looks like unhatched eggs.  But that might be an illusion.  Definition isn't the best.  But there is definitely no motion except for occasional little very brief movements (word I originally used was rejected by the filter master) of mom's head.

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Try the refresh button in the left corner under the feed pic.  I've had it freeze or disappear if computer was asleep, or just not on the site for a while.

 

It was lightning a lot earlier, and mom was screaming at something in the sky; whole head twisted around.  Babies seem to be quiet, not like earlier today when I thought one was going to fall out of the nest!  But mom stayed cool and wasn't concerned; she's done this before and was confident with the nest-building.

 

Mom is trying to sleep now, but with her mouth open?

 

Try the refresh button in the left corner under the feed pic.  I've had it freeze or disappear if computer was asleep, or just not on the site for a while.

 

It was lightning a lot earlier, and mom was screaming at something in the sky; whole head twisted around.  Babies seem to be quiet, not like earlier today when I thought one was going to fall out of the nest!  But mom stayed cool and wasn't concerned; she's done this before and was confident with the nest-building.

 

Mom is trying to sleep now, but with her mouth open?

 

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I saw the same thing Spd with her head turned almost completely around, like an owl, and then beak pointed straight up screaming at the sky. Pretty neat but she acts like something's got her spooked, or wants some attention/relief from dad. Smiley Wink 

 

 

 

 

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I saw the same thing Spd with her head turned almost completely around, like an owl, and then beak pointed straight up screaming at the sky. Pretty neat but she acts like something's got her spooked, or wants some attention/relief from dad. Smiley Wink 

 

 

 

 

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I had clicked on the "refresh" icon.  It didn't help.  Oh well.  Maybe a problem with the feed from the camera.  Think I'll hit the sack.  I'll regret staying up this late when morning comes.

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I had clicked on the "refresh" icon.  It didn't help.  Oh well.  Maybe a problem with the feed from the camera.  Think I'll hit the sack.  I'll regret staying up this late when morning comes.

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I hear that!

 

Yeah, I would guess dad is nearby since I saw him yesterday on a branch of the nesting tree; and I'm pretty sure they don't hunt at night. Smiley Wink

I hear that!

 

Yeah, I would guess dad is nearby since I saw him yesterday on a branch of the nesting tree; and I'm pretty sure they don't hunt at night. Smiley Wink

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Phil, is it working for you today?

 

I grabbed some shots yesterday that I didn't have time to post.  They panned in close on one baby, I think that's his egg tooth (the white dot on beak).  I was worried he'd get over the edge, but mom was confident he wouldn't.

 

 

 

 

Later on, a white vehicle pulled up (see the upper right corner).  I could hear loud music and they were jumping around.  I'm betting it was deliberate and they knew where the nest/camera was.  I think this is when dad took over, and mom got a break.

 

Little one is determined to get out of the nest, again!  Maybe skeeter knows if this is the active one?  Note the upper right now shows the people out of the car, dancing around.

 

 

 

Phil, is it working for you today?

 

I grabbed some shots yesterday that I didn't have time to post.  They panned in close on one baby, I think that's his egg tooth (the white dot on beak).  I was worried he'd get over the edge, but mom was confident he wouldn't.

 

 

 

 

Later on, a white vehicle pulled up (see the upper right corner).  I could hear loud music and they were jumping around.  I'm betting it was deliberate and they knew where the nest/camera was.  I think this is when dad took over, and mom got a break.

 

Little one is determined to get out of the nest, again!  Maybe skeeter knows if this is the active one?  Note the upper right now shows the people out of the car, dancing around.

 

 

 

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Edited by skeeterintexas on Apr 10, 2011 at 10:17:02 AM

First off...people are such knuckleheads....and more so when they know there's a camera.   What's up with that?

 

Secondly, that probably is E1 trying to escape.  He's the biggest and most 'precocious'.  I believe mom's giving them a little more 'leg room' and letting them enjoy the sunshine.

 

It won't be long before they're all the same size though.  It'll get harder to tell them apart.

 

ETA:  Poor Dad...Mom's out & he's got his hands full trying to round them up.  He was digging down to find some more nesting materials to make the egg bowl a little deeper to corral them!

 

First off...people are such knuckleheads....and more so when they know there's a camera.   What's up with that?

 

Secondly, that probably is E1 trying to escape.  He's the biggest and most 'precocious'.  I believe mom's giving them a little more 'leg room' and letting them enjoy the sunshine.

 

It won't be long before they're all the same size though.  It'll get harder to tell them apart.

 

ETA:  Poor Dad...Mom's out & he's got his hands full trying to round them up.  He was digging down to find some more nesting materials to make the egg bowl a little deeper to corral them!

 

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Can't wait to see...vidcam feed doesn't work w/Touch. Smiley Mad

Thanks for the baby analysis, skeeter.

I was watching the family in NJ earlier; hardly any viewers. Smiley Sad
Can't wait to see...vidcam feed doesn't work w/Touch. Smiley Mad

Thanks for the baby analysis, skeeter.

I was watching the family in NJ earlier; hardly any viewers. Smiley Sad

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Rough winds still at the nest; poor mom is freezing. Smiley Sad

 

Rough winds still at the nest; poor mom is freezing. Smiley Sad

 

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My wife was waiting for the next test at the Doctors on Thursday and showed her that on my Android phone.  She was captivated.  She normally doesn't seem to interested in web cams and such but she thought that was cool.  We wound up showing others in the waiting room, too.

My wife was waiting for the next test at the Doctors on Thursday and showed her that on my Android phone.  She was captivated.  She normally doesn't seem to interested in web cams and such but she thought that was cool.  We wound up showing others in the waiting room, too.

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I was watching Human Planet last night.  They had a small camera attached to an eagles back.  The weight of the camera didn't affect it at all.  And the footage was really cool.  A real birds eye view.  Very impressive.

I was watching Human Planet last night.  They had a small camera attached to an eagles back.  The weight of the camera didn't affect it at all.  And the footage was really cool.  A real birds eye view.  Very impressive.

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Edited by spd2demun on Apr 19, 2011 at 11:08:39 AM

Snow and 36, mom is soaked to the skin. Smiley Sad  How will the babies survive?  Looks like it's so cold, she can't even lay all the way down.

 

 

edit--guess I wasn't the only one concerned, and supposedly, they can deal with this quite well!

http://www.petethomasoutdoors.com/2011/04/snow-covers-popular-bald-eagle-nest-in-decorah-iowa.html?c...

Snow and 36, mom is soaked to the skin. Smiley Sad  How will the babies survive?  Looks like it's so cold, she can't even lay all the way down.

 

 

edit--guess I wasn't the only one concerned, and supposedly, they can deal with this quite well!

http://www.petethomasoutdoors.com/2011/04/snow-covers-popular-bald-eagle-nest-in-decorah-iowa.html?cid=6a0120a77b966b970b01538dfa3471970b

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Looks like the snow's melted, but still very windy up in their nest.  See the little ones moving around so must be ok.  Just fascinating to watch this!

Looks like the snow's melted, but still very windy up in their nest.  See the little ones moving around so must be ok.  Just fascinating to watch this!

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I know!  Have to check on them a couple times a day (there goes my b/w cap!).

 

I noticed above the feed, they have the link below.  They give updates above the feed, and LOTS more info on the link.  Others were worried about the snow, too.

 

The eagle family made it through the day. Go to http://raptorresource.blogspot.com/ for more.

I know!  Have to check on them a couple times a day (there goes my b/w cap!).

 

I noticed above the feed, they have the link below.  They give updates above the feed, and LOTS more info on the link.  Others were worried about the snow, too.

 

The eagle family made it through the day. Go to http://raptorresource.blogspot.com/ for more.

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I love the shot of Momma holding her wings out over the kiddos (can hardly call them 'babies' any more!).

 

It's phenomenal how fast they've grown.  Some have speculated that E1 is female because of size.  Also, someone said that when there's 3 eggs, 2 will be female and 1 will be male in order to keep the species going.  That would explain the size of E1 & E2 and the fact that E3 is somewhat smaller.

I love the shot of Momma holding her wings out over the kiddos (can hardly call them 'babies' any more!).

 

It's phenomenal how fast they've grown.  Some have speculated that E1 is female because of size.  Also, someone said that when there's 3 eggs, 2 will be female and 1 will be male in order to keep the species going.  That would explain the size of E1 & E2 and the fact that E3 is somewhat smaller.

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Interesting, as I would have thought E3 was smaller because he hatched last.

Interesting, as I would have thought E3 was smaller because he hatched last.

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Edited by skeeterintexas on Apr 21, 2011 at 7:55:32 AM

 

E3 has grown fast.  We'll just have to wait and see. Eventually they will all be about the same size, with minor differences.

 

Since there is no human intervention, the only real way to know will be once they get older and get their mature feathers and other characteristics that differentiate between males and females. 

 

E3 has grown fast.  We'll just have to wait and see. Eventually they will all be about the same size, with minor differences.

 

Since there is no human intervention, the only real way to know will be once they get older and get their mature feathers and other characteristics that differentiate between males and females. 

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I still feel guilty for spying on them. Smiley Very Happy

 

I read that they won't get the adult coloring, with white head and tail until about 3 yrs.?

 

Sure wish I had the Internet when I was a kid in school!

I still feel guilty for spying on them. Smiley Very Happy

 

I read that they won't get the adult coloring, with white head and tail until about 3 yrs.?

 

Sure wish I had the Internet when I was a kid in school!

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I've checked on them a couple of times today.....most recently just now.  Mom was gone earlier and the 3 eaglets were all by themselves.  But she flew in very shortly and it wasn't long before she started feeding them.  Just now she's working on the nest.  All three little ones are completely visable.  I suspect she's building it up to try to keep them corraled for the night.  As they get bigger they are obviously getting bolder and I imagine this is when accidents happen.

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I've checked on them a couple of times today.....most recently just now.  Mom was gone earlier and the 3 eaglets were all by themselves.  But she flew in very shortly and it wasn't long before she started feeding them.  Just now she's working on the nest.  All three little ones are completely visable.  I suspect she's building it up to try to keep them corraled for the night.  As they get bigger they are obviously getting bolder and I imagine this is when accidents happen.

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Like skeeter mentioned, I cannot believe how BIG they are now!  Saw mom was soaked today, so guess there was rain?

 

I saw dad leave the nest yesterday, while mom was out, but I have a feeling he doesn't go far.  He was squawking at something overhead, so bet he had to defend his territory (the fish hatchery).

 

I came across this video online (or can be bought) about a pair in this same location (guess it's the same dad).  Be prepared to be sad if you watch it. Smiley Sad  Just amazing how any of them survive.  But happy parts, too. Smiley Happy

Like skeeter mentioned, I cannot believe how BIG they are now!  Saw mom was soaked today, so guess there was rain?

 

I saw dad leave the nest yesterday, while mom was out, but I have a feeling he doesn't go far.  He was squawking at something overhead, so bet he had to defend his territory (the fish hatchery).

 

I came across this video online (or can be bought) about a pair in this same location (guess it's the same dad).  Be prepared to be sad if you watch it. Smiley Sad  Just amazing how any of them survive.  But happy parts, too. Smiley Happy

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spd2demun wrote:

 

I came across this video online (or can be bought) about a pair in this same location (guess it's the same dad).  Be prepared to be sad if you watch it. Smiley Sad  Just amazing how any of them survive.  But happy parts, too. Smiley Happy


 

Yes, it's the same male.  I knew there was some sadness so I FF thru those parts but to see him woo this new, younger female was interesting.

 

Some have wondered if he's so attentive now because of what happened the first time around.

 


spd2demun wrote:

 

I came across this video online (or can be bought) about a pair in this same location (guess it's the same dad).  Be prepared to be sad if you watch it. Smiley Sad  Just amazing how any of them survive.  But happy parts, too. Smiley Happy


 

Yes, it's the same male.  I knew there was some sadness so I FF thru those parts but to see him woo this new, younger female was interesting.

 

Some have wondered if he's so attentive now because of what happened the first time around.

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I was amazed at what a good dad/mate he was back then!  Funny how he kept rearranging the furniture (sticks) she would bring, isn't that role-reversal? Smiley Very Happy  If he didn't do those early feedings, the babies may not have survived. 

I was amazed at what a good dad/mate he was back then!  Funny how he kept rearranging the furniture (sticks) she would bring, isn't that role-reversal? Smiley Very Happy  If he didn't do those early feedings, the babies may not have survived. 

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