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Eagle nesting - Live TV

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  1. BT99Max100

    BT99Max100 Member

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    Live TV view of an Eagle nesting. Pretty 'cool'. http://www.ustream.tv/decoraheagles

    John
     
  2. DoubleAuto

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    The Decorah eagles are close to having their first egg hatch. Also google the Virginia Botanical Gardens eagle cam. Those eagles have 3 hatchlings. Also Hummingbird hatchlings cam in California.
     
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    easier......^^^^^^
     
  4. recurvyarcher

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    Wow, live feed!!! This is so special. Thank you so much for sharing!
     
  5. recurvyarcher

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    They are hatching RIGHT NOW!!! Hurry up...take a look!
     
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    All hatched out
     
  10. Unsingle

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    Wow, the male just brought a dead muskrat to the female, and she is now feeding the chicks.
     
  11. gdbabin

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    Oh look, junior just pooped!
     
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    There ia an eagle nest on the lake (flood control project) I live on. They hatched at least a week ago. Also have turkeys in the yard, at least 500 gold finches along with assorted field and wood type birds, 50 or so cardinals, deer in my parking lot, bob cats in the woods, squirrels eating on the wiring in my cars, chipmonks driving the cats wild and more coons than I want. The eagles are beautiful. Many times they sit in the trees right above the house waiting for the carp to start jumping. Mushrooms will be bursting thru the ground in the near future, as a matter of fact, I will go take a look tomorrow. If you don't live in the country, maybe you should. It' better after I edited it. Turkeys don't hatch in trees. Herb
     
  13. gdbabin

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    Cool crappie for supper.... where is little sis? She get booted fer talkin too much?
     
  14. recurvyarcher

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    You wish...LOL! You cookin'?
     
  15. gdbabin

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    No silly, the damned bird.


    When I checked in on the happy brood last night momma was servin up raw crappie to the kids.


    Made me hungry fer some.


    Speakin of crap, imagine just how crapy that nest will be by the time those critters fly off.


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  16. recurvyarcher

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    It won't be. The parents will eat the poop for the first few days, since there will be little bacteria in it. When normal bacteria start to grow in their intestines, then the parents will stop eating it, but the birds will be old enough to instinctively wander to the side of the nest and poop off the edge.

    Never stand underneath an eagles nest and look up.
     
  17. gdbabin

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    I can identify... seems like I've been eating my kids poop for some time now. I taught them how to fly but they always come back home to poop.


    I heard the dominant brother chick say just now; "Damnit mamma... fish fer supper again? All this talk ‘bout bacteria has turned my tummy, and my other brother Daryl has fish breath! You try sleeping under your belly with that breath of his.”
     
  18. Jerry944t

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    Thanks for posting this. I'm finding it fascinating.
     
  19. recurvyarcher

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    LOL @ Babin...tell the boys that Martin and I said hello, if they are home again. Give Gabby-girl a hug for me, too. Love to Aline as well.
     
  20. gdbabin

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    Will do.



    My 4 yr old grandson and his momma have returned to our nest. He is a trip and keeps us on out toes.


    Did I hear that a third peeper hatched? I haven't checked the cam recent. If so that one might be in trouble..... don't get attached!



    Me
     
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