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.


At Least There Were Two


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.


Two Sightings

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


Blair Shows Up For Us!

Video is by Keith Byer.


Today's Highlights

We had some perching above and a fly in to the side branch as well. I also spotted a sub adult around the 3 year old mark just south of the nest. I my drive by however that was all I saw. Tree videos are courtesy of Keith Byer.

Sub Adult Video



A Thunder Sighting

Views of Thunder have been few and far between. Wish e could see him more. 

Video courtesy of Keith Byer.


One Up Above

Thank you, PeginVa for the video. Vocals sound like Thunder. Yesterday morning on my drive by around 6:50AM there was an eagle at the very top of the tree too. We take what we get now.


Acrostic Eagle Poems & Evening Visit

Students are working on learning about poetry and writing some as well. We have learned about patterns in poetry. For example students were tasked with trying to write an ABAB poem where the first and the third lines rhyme, and the second and the fourth lines rhyme. They also were introduced to acrostic poems which do not need to rhyme. Here are a few student examples .


Acrostic Poems


E agles eat dead elk.


A lways lives in a big nest.


G reat big birds


L ay eggs


E agles are amazing birds.


                        By Jacob



E veryone watching eagles soaring in the sky


A n eagle is pretty, fly eagle fly


G o eagle, go as you fly up so high


L et us see you, come on you beautiful guy


E verybody loves you, now fly eagle, fly


                                    By Lauren



E agles are in the nest.


A ll eagles are looking for food.


G olden eagles can hunt ducks.


L ook at the eagles.


E agles are cool.


                                    By Easton

Evening visit is courtesy of Keith Byer. Blair came in late tonight after not giving us one glimpse today.


Blair Was Active This Morning

Blair came in on the front branch. She kept calling when she landed. She perched there a long time and then she flew away. Then she came back twice with grasses. We have not seen deliveries since maybe February 17th. It has been a long time. Thunder was not around. We hope to see him soon too. Keith Byer produced the videos for us again.

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