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Monday
Mar272017

Blair This Morning

It is that time when a nest has no eggs to make some changes. Friday, March 31st will be the last day for chat on the two-cam page. If you have watched chat or have been a chatter, please help me thank all our E4K moderators that have volunteered their time. We couldn’t do it without them. Sometime by morning the chat tab should be eliminated, but the SS or Social Tab will remain. We will continue to update as we see an eagle(s). 

Saturday
Mar252017

Blair This Afternoon

Saturday
Mar252017

Blair's Morning Arrival

We don't usually see this entrance from Blair. Either way, it is nice to see her. No sightings of Thunder since March 11/12th. He must be on vacation. Video by Keith Byer.

Thursday
Mar232017

Blair In With Grass

Thunder has been a no show. Of course we wonder what is up with him. Blair continues to show us this is her nest with her dropping off grass. We wonder what the future holds.

Wednesday
Mar222017

Red Tail Visited the Nest

At this point, the chance for eggs is gone. What looked so promising all winter is done. Any chance at seeing something here now is a bonus. Check out this beautiful read tail hawk on the nest today.

 

Tuesday
Mar212017

We Need More of This

Nest visits by our eagles are far from frequent. It is exciting to see an adult on the nest though. 

Monday
Mar202017

Blair and Later A Sub Adult on the Nest

This morning Blair came flying in from the direction of the highway. She announced her landing when she came in. We wonder why Thunder does not come in with her. Weird. He use to all the time. Later, it sounded like Thunder was above the cameras at 10:28. Then not long after this sub adult came in from the front branch. You can see it move and then down it came. It messed with some of the nest material and then back up it went to the front perch. the sub adult looks like maybe a 4 year old bald eagle. it still has dark on its head in places, but there is some white. 

Videos are courtesy of Keith Byer.

Sunday
Mar192017

At Least There Were Two

Saturday
Mar182017

Blair Late In The Day

Better late than never. Blair had a loaded crop when she arrived. She was here long but flew north when she took off. Keith Byer grabbed her take off for us.

Friday
Mar172017

Two Sightings

Getting a glimpse of the eagles is about as hard as finding the leprachauns on Saint Patrick's Day.