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Rich Swanson

I am reasonably certain the vehicle visits were nothing nefarious. That appears to be a sturdy gate across the only road down to the nest area. But it did make for some high drama!

Cherrycarol

It's a beautiful sunny day today. I'm sure they are nice & warm up there. I had my car in the sun for 4 hours & it had to be 85 inside. I had to open the sun roof!! :) Carol

Rich Swanson

Since the webcam is offline, and this is a new thread, this is an opportune time to remind people that I have created a Facebook account that I am dedicating to eagle cams. There are actually two pages. The first (Everything Eagle Cams) I am going to retire in a few days because the way I set it up, there wasn't a real good way to have separated conversations for individual webcams (which is the MAIN reason I wanted to set something up in the first place). The new account is called "Eagle Cams". I have two initial groups set up there to separate webcam conversations and photo sharing. Once you find the page, scroll down thru the posts and you will find the links to the groups I currently have available. Friend if you like, and hopefully we will meet there!

Cherrycarol

Thanks Rich I friended the one I'll check the other one.

Ruth MacLeod

Judith You posted a link on the last thread about lead poisoning of raptors. At a bald eagle watch yesterday an author photographer gave a slide presentation. Most pictures were really great and informative, but he had one very sad one.
Six dead eagles in a row. A lady near Des Moines takes in and takes care of sick eagles. These 6 didn't make it. Some she is able to save and release. A couple older ones she managed to save were named Liberty and Spirit. They were thought to be too old to release so she takes them around to schools and libraries when she talks to children about eagles.

Judith Hart

Ruth,
I take my hat off to her for devoting her time and energy into saving them. It must be a difficult job, but she must be a dedicated person.

Rich Swanson

Yay!!!!!! Cam is back up!

Bakers in Texas

Saturday morning we saw a huge bird try to head into the nest and eagle became very aggiatted but soon got rid of it.

  Mavis

6:49 EST

Nice to get back on line. I'm not use to the total quietness I have..there is usually the sound of wind but I hear nothing. Maybe it is just totally quiet! I've a feeling the sound is out.

I think that is Liberty on the nest...she seems relaxed and ready for the end of day that is approaching. I dread tomorrow for all of you in the coming storm's way. Stay in if you can!

Judith Hart

I have sound....

Judith Hart

Just noticed on the sound, it's not as loud as it was before.....I have my speakers at 100%

John riches

The sound is fine

beamg

I have sound too. I was gone most of the day and then when I got home the cam was down. I finally caught up with all the comments. It's interesting to read about everyone commenting on the geese in the area. Last year I went to Ben Butterworth Parkway, across the river from the nest. I took a picture of the geese there. There were so many of them it's no wonder we keep hearing them. We do seem to get more and more of them that hang around all year so I guess they ARE good at finding left overs from harvests in the corn fields. Another thing I noticed there was that they are messy birds! I thought we were walking through what some refer to as "land mines" left by dogs and the owners were not cleaning up after them. However, it was from the Canada Geese, not dogs!

There sure was a lot of good info posted today, some of which I'm going to have to go back and study in the links provided. Thnaks to everyone who searches for it and then shares.

OT (off topic)...MAVIS, did you ever hear the final count on the Florida snake hunt done earlier this year? I did hear shortly after it started that not as many were found and turned in as they had hoped so I'm curious about that.

Hoping to be at the nest more tomorrow and will be if that storm hits. Can't believe we could get up to 10" of snow!!!! And it's looking like most of the snow that was in the nest is now gone. It sure melted a lot at my house the last couple of days. See you all tomorrow.

Jo Ann

God Bless the lady taking care of the eagles in Des Moines. I'm sure there are a lot more like her ,but, we just don't hear about them. I'm tired of hearing about all of the bad people in the world. Good deeds should be noticed, even more so. Have a great evening, all. P.S. I'm glad there was noting major going on at the nest. Got worried there.

Jo Ann

I meant "nothing" major.

Mavis

Mr. John...I've got sound too. It must have been real quiet there when I first got the video back. Thank you for what you do to keep us going over the weekends.

Beamg, not sure what the final snake tally was...Jack was in charge of the count...I think he said his dog ate the tally sheet. It all sounds a little fishy to me. Kathryn is going to be in charge next year. I'll meet you at the nest tomorrow!

Kathryn Mellecker

So long as they only bring constrictors to count, I'll be glad to preside. But I won't count rattlesnakes, I will leave that for you Mavis.

Gilbert

I can hear music when I look at the nest. Where is that coming from?

John riches

Some can hear music and some do not. Not sure where it bleeds through from, but it is not at the nest

Sandy Stricklin

Can someone tell me how I can follow all the conversation that BEAMG refers to today at 7:22 p.m.? I have been watching the live cam of Liberty & Justice but other than that I dont't know what else is going on with them.

I have been watching the SWF eagle cam in Ft Myers, FL since December. I am not on Facebook, but they also have moderators like you all that make daily comments, post pictures and/or YouTube videos. Since I can't watch the cam all day, I can keep up to date that way. I don't know how to keep up to date with Liberty & Justice.

Also, does anyone know, since I'm not on Facebook if I can still get on the NEW Everything Eagle cam discussed today. If so, does anyone have the link?

For an outsider, I've asked a lot of questions, but any help you can give me will be appreciated. Thank you.

Sandy Stricklin
Omaha, NE

Mavis


9:30 EST

Just checked on the nest, Liberty has settled in for the night.


Whoa, Kathryn...did I ever tell you the story of me and the rattlers from a rattlesnake in the truck seat by me? Of course I did! That settles that question!

Mavis

Sandy, the conversation Beamg refers to is this one. Each post is listed as a page number. If you look up at your url..this page number is probably #21. You can fast track backwards by changing the page number. If you want to go back to Beamg's post, which I think was page #13..then change the URL number above to #13. To move to the last post...put in a high number, (i.e. 200) and it will take you to the last post.

We do not have a moderator on this site. We are free to post whatever we want as long as we keep our language clean. Mr. John (Riches) oversees everything pertaining to the Alcoa eagles and he does post updates on regular basis...and he reads the posts. Sometimes he will answer our questions if he feels the need. You will find that he goes overboard to keep everything concerning our experience with the eagles running smoothly, as well as keeping us informed. After you have been here a while, you will come to realize that he is absolutely one of the best!!

Each new update from Mr. John starts a new thread. When he gives an update, we stop commenting under the heading we were commenting on and go to the newest update and start commenting there. In other words, we were commenting under the heading, WORKING ON IT...when he udated us with OFF=LINE THIS AFTERNOON...we started commenting there (or here as this is the heading I am commenting under now).

The EAGLE CAMS Facebook page is where one of the posters set up a site where people could go post pictures and get links to other eagle cams. It is not associated with Alcoa but is a good site to find other eagle cams. It has just been set up and still developing. I think that is the site you are referring to. EVERYTHING EAGLE CAMS was the FIRST site the same poster set up but was not accomplishing what he wanted it to so he said he is going to close that down and just maintain the EAGLES CAM facebook page.

You ask any question you want...someone will try to answer. We were all new to this site at one time and had to find our way around just like you are doing now. Really nice people on here and someone will always try to help. If you don't get a response...ask again. Would love for you to join in the conversations if you feel like it. Glad to meet you, Sandy

John Nield

In the latest version of Google Maps, the same tree shown in the NG view has a greyish spot in the top. This could be the nest.

As for the music, I too hear it at times. Mostly on calm days.

gregory

SANDY--

this site is a little different.

MR. JOHN moderates this site by himself. he does not presume as do the moderaters on other sites. for the most part- if it is clean-- it posts.

he is very good about staying away from personal spats.- he lets mature adults work through their differences. most moderators will cut you off even if you so much as
use CAPS!

Sandy Stricklin

Mavis,
Thank you for the quick response and all the info. I truly appreciate it. I'll miss the Everything Eagle cam since I don't do Facebook. I'll keep watching the 1st one until it's taken down. I enjoyed knowing about all the other cams in just 1 place. I'll keep watching Liberty & Justice. It's so different than watching the nest in Florida. I hope you have a nice evening.

Sandy

JC

Hi Sandy S. from Omaha..that's a great city with some wonderful people. I lived there for a year and really enjoyed it.
You are not an outsider….We are all guests of Alcoa ..please feel free to ask questions any time.
A running commentary takes place daily..some comments about the Alcoa Eagles and other just general comments. On the right side of this page you will see the heading "Recent Posts"-----under that are various topics for each new thread that is started by Alcoa in descending order. The most current thread (the one we are on now) is titled "Off line this afternoon". If you click on that title, it will take you to the first comment in that thread and to continue following the comments, just click the word "next" below the comment and continue reading. Each comment is indicated by "page #" in the top line where the URL address is. You can do this for all threads which have different titles with the heading name indicated on the right side of the page. This will not give you a play by play of the days events with the Eagles but does provide some info.
The other site you asked about is relatively new and undergoing some changes..I personally don’t know if the newest site there requires you to have a Facebook account…the original one did not. Rich started the site and will be able to answer that question when he posts on this site again.
If you have any more questions, please ask and someone will be happy to help but it may take a little while to get an answer so just keep checking back.

Hope this helps a little.

gregory

SANDY__

not a little different-- VERY DIFFERENT

YOU WILL NOT FIND A BETTER SITE!

John Nield

Just for fun, put these coordinates in the search window on Google Maps. Zoom in and see if you notice a greyish donut shaped area with a dark center in the top of the tree.

41.526490,-90.466285

Be sure to type it in as shown here. Let me know if you see what I'm seeing. Have fun.

gregory

MAVIS has to explain how to navigate through pages several times a day. i know she does not mind this chore, but can we figure a new plan?

MR. JOHN?

gregory

i have seen the nest on google several times. i think i can see it.

HOWEVER-- a poster showed a link to a picture in winter and it was much more clear, except the nest was only in its first throw. they had only first started.

which post was that?

gregory

THE camera DOES have night vision!!

BUT because of the light below, it is somewhat blinded!

you can see the nest clear at night when that light is not on. i guess it is a security light.

Mavis

5:56 AM EST

Liberty is sleeping while wind seems to be picking up. It is currently 25 with the wind out of the SE at 13mph with a high today of 34. Of course we all know the snow storm is coming.

Right now it is just good sleeping weather for L and J.

Good morning everyone!

nora

The last weekend in feb., we could hear very faint music playing when we watched eagle cam.

"Pumpkin"

Shift change just occurred and I could see our little black birds back at the nest again even while both L & J were on the nest; very brave little fellows those birds! Shortly after Justice took flight, I saw him pass low under the nest tree to the left, or at least I'm assuming that it was Justice as no other eagle would invade their territory unless one of last year's hatchlings don't have that figured out yet.

Good morning all!

"Pumpkin"

John Nield, I tried putting in your coordinates, but on the Google Map which I selected they take me approximately 200 yards to the north and slightly east of the Alcoa eagle tree. Also even at highest resolution, I am not seeing the nest on my 11" MacBook Air. Will try this with other Google maps later on this morning, but I think you can now understand my problem yesterday when I sent the National Geographic link as I had to use the selector tool multiple times and then e-mail myself those links before finally obtaining one that encompassed both the river and the nest tree. Hopefully most of your readership on this site already know the location of the nest and that this will not prove to be a problem for them?

beamg

Good morning all you early risers!

I got up to a surprise this morning.....SNOW with the roads and sidewalks already white! The flakes are flying and I've seen a few at the nest. I checked my weather alerts which says light snow should stop by 8am and then the winter storm warning starts tonight at 6 and goes until 6 Tues. night.

MN DNR....I saw a shift change this AM and the eggs look unchanged.

beamg

The video seems frozen but I have sound. Anyone else notice that?

Rich Swanson

beamg.....yeah

beamg

Whew! Glad it's not my computer.

Anita Stevens

Getting sound this morning but picture is stationary.

Dadfsr

First post here but I've also got a "frozen" image.

Lynn

I saw something just to the right of the nest, under the branches of the nest, and then lost the feed.

beamg

Seems we're all getting that "frozen" image. Maybe they're working on it 'cause my sound just went out too.

Cherrycarol

More snow today an inch,but more tomorrow. YUKKK!! I'm ready for spring!!

beamg

ME TOO CAROL!
I just saw a bouncing yellow ball AND we're back. YEA!

beamg

Oops, spoke too soon! Back offline.

Dadfsr

I'm getting a live feed now!

Margaret Rooker

My Grandson has asked me "how long before the babies come out?". do you have a guess on that?
Thanks

"Pumpkin"

Welcome to the nest, Dadfsr!

"Pumpkin"

Margaret, to the best of my knowledge, the first egg laid is due to hatch around St. Patrick's Day.

beamg

I'll confirm that "Pumpkin". Ok, maybe not confirm but I agree 100%. So glad the feed is back live!

Mavis

Well I am going to be the odd ball out, I guess because I am guessing Mar 15 and 17 as hatch dates!

Beamg...you writing this down?

Dadfsr, Lynn, Margaret, and Anita...glad you are posting! We had a poster last year named Anita...if you are the same one...welcome back!!

"Pumpkin"

Thanks beamg! Not glad to learn that snow's on its way again, but I don't expect you to be able to control the weather. So much for thoughts of an early spring. Those eaglets better be hardy with hatch day less than two weeks off!

Sandy Stricklin

Thank you to everyone who responded to me and gave me info. The sun is shinning here in Omaha and it's 34 degrees. I feel so bad for Liberty & Justice there in Davenport. And it sounds like you are going to get more snow! We need this snow to stop before these babies are born. I hope everyone has a good day.

Sandy

Mavis

Hi Sandy...hope you can navigate around a little now. Any problems..just shout out and someone will be happy to help!

Like you, glad the bad weather is now...before the hatch! I figure they new eaglets will still face some bad weather but Liberty is such a good mom and Justice is good to support. They certainly work well as a team.

It is cold here too, (N FL)....but I like it. We don't get that much cold weather.

beamg

Welcome Sandy from NE! I read the hints everyone gave you and it sounds right on! Glad you're here and hope you love it much as the rest of us.

Mavis, I can't seem to keep track of myself these days and you're wondering if I'm writing this down? Oh boy, we're all in trouble!

Pumpkin, if I could control the weather it would be at least 70° by now! Of course, I'd probably mess it up for other places so it's good I have no control!

beamg

Ok, I'm going out on a limb here....yes, pun intended. I found a calendar we are not using and I will volunteer to write down hatch date guesses for anyone who wants to play along. Mavis, I have you down for 15th and 17th, me for 16th and 18th. I know Jo Ann had guesses but don't remember what they were and I believe there were some othe guesses. Chime in and I'll do my best to keep track.

Jo Ann

Thank you Beamg! My guess was March 20 and March 22. I picked the time of 5:30 am Iowa time for the hatchings for both. Great idea. Thanks!

Sandy Stricklin

OT (off topic) just a quick note to Mavis. I didn't realize you were in FL. My sister is building a house on Sanibel. It should be done, hopefully, in April. I spent 5 wks with them in Ft Myers over the holidays. We went from a/c to heat while I was there and 49 degrees is cold for FL. That's where I learned about the SWF egle cam. I have to say that I do love your state. Sandy

beamg

Gotcha Jo Ann! Thanks for saying Iowa time.

One request, if anyone wants to stipulate time guesses along with the date, please make it Iowa Time. Daylight savings time begins Sunday March 10 so I'm just going to say Iowa time, not CST or CDT.

Mavis

Beamg...you see how good you are when you want to be?!! I think Pumpkin said St. Patrick's Day for egg #1 which is the 17th but she will probably chime in with that. RIch will have to regive his dates too.

Just checked in on the nest..wind is picking up as the nest is rocking. No snow yet on the nest and Liberty (?) seems to be enjoying the rock-a-bye!

beamg

OT.....Sandy, I LOVE FL too! Sanibel is gorgeous. I spent six weeks in FL this year and visited the Ft Myers nest! AWESOME!

Alcoa....I have switched from the calendar to sheets of paper to have more room for names. Pumpkin, Rich....yes, you will have to tell your dates as I'm starting from today. There were others also so please re-post.

Mavis....are you going to be the official date and time keeper when the hatches happen? I'll record the names. Get your stop watch ready!

Ruth MacLeod

My dates are the 14th and the 17th I won't give a time because I don't think even Mavis can get up there and give us an exact time.

Annette Kryske

My due date for the little ones to hatch are March 17 or March 20 (First Day of Spring)at 10:15 AM PDT. This Sunday we move the clocks forward .
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beamg

You're now on the list Ruth! LOL comment on Mavis climbing to the nest!

My husband made me turn down the sound. He said it's no wonder I'm always cold with the wind blowing like it is. It might be working! I also turned on an extra heater close to my desk. I have 31° in my yard so that's not too bad but...way colder than I will ever like. Justice is really pulling the nesting materials in around him. He needs a hat! With ear flaps!

beamg

I added you too Annette. Let's see, I asked for Iowa time without figuring in daylight time change so I'll try to figure correctly your 10:15 PDT. 8:15 Iowa time? For both dates you picked?

I just remembered - a few days ago I saw a post from Iris! It was a late night post but I think she was the one last year to wish for or send angels...???

Lkelly3665

new here and so glad I found this camera

Lkelly3665

Hi all ...Is this the camera that was featured on Discovery channel? Thanks for a reply

Rich Swanson

beamg....I actually have my pick posted as an event at the Alcoa Eagle Cam group on the Eagle Cams FB page. Since I can't access that at work, I challenge you to go there and find out what it is andhave it posted here before I get home from work (approx. five hours from now). My god I wish I was ready to grab that picture just now when Justice jumped up to the branch to get out of the way for Liberty. That would have been gorgeous!

EaglesOnly

Can someone who knows, so I don't have to dig through the posts please post the dates the eggs were laid? I'd like to guess the hatch dates. Thanks!

Mavis

LKelly...glad you are joining us..just in time too!! The fun is about to begin! If you need hep navigating around the site or have any questions.. Just ask!

Ruth... You won't catch me up that tree!! That's Rodj's job!

Ruth MacLeod

First laid on Feb. 7. Other either 10t or 11th don't remember which.

Kathryn Mellecker

I have written in my handy-dandy note book: 1st egg 02-07-2013, 2nd egg 2-10-2013. I did not record the time of day.

EaglesOnly

Thank you ladies!

Ok, my guess is March 15th and 17th. No times, I'm not that good! lol

Spotzdadd

In regards to locating the nest via Google maps satellite view use Bing maps and birds eye view and rotate the view thru all 4 points of the compass and the views change some with leaf cover some not, also using the control and the plus key at the same time the browser(chrome in my case) magnifies the view to blow up the image in all it's poor resolution pixelated glory. But think about it this is from a camera 250 miles up using what I am sure is non military grade hardware/software. Scary

I think I can see what I want to see, a nest, but is no doubt wishful thinking this is as good as I have been able to find

http://tinyurl.com/d5emwju

S.D.

Kathryn Mellecker

My guess for hatch, 17 and 19. Just some time those days.

Dadfsr

Thanks for the welcome everyone! I've got kind of a vested interest in this since I'm from Lafayette, IN where there is another Alcoa plant. We also have several breeding pairs of eagles in this area. One of the nests (which I'm not at liberty to say right now) is being looked into, to possibly do the same type of web cam set up. I'm kind of on a defacto team of several people with some climbing knowledge that have been brought together to look in to this. We originally thought we'd try to to have it installed for this nesting season but the nest owning pair (and several others) returned much earlier than we anticipated so the project is on hold until the "kids have flown the coop" so to speak. In the mean time I'll keep checking in here and get my fix :)

SA Lloyd

Very windy day in the nest. More snow on the way??

Sally Glowicki

beaming ... My guess for the hatch date is Marh 17th & March 19th. Mark me down, please.

Annette Kryske

Thanks Beamg; For keeping all the records of our dates for the big event.Last year,JoAnn (my daughter in law)and I picked some of the names, Hope & Spirit,Faith. Can't wait until we can come up with some good names this year.
It is really blowing out there in the nest.Liberty is doing her job. She is such a good Mommie. The time is now 11:15 AM PST. Oh boy,The nest is moving from side to side.I never saw that much movement, before.Hold on tight! Lib.....

beamg

I'll say there's more snow on the way!!! I just checked my weather alerts and the amount has been upped to 6 to 11" from tonight to tomorrow morning! YIKES! Who's staying up tonight to watch? The winter weather warning is in effect from 6 tonight to 6 tomorrow night wind up to 30mph winds. I am definitely staying IN! Yes, the nest is rocking more and more. I see a branch on the left side of the nest swinging in the wind. L & J hopefully will notice and get it "planted" more securely.

I now have too many names to verify that I have you down so you'll just have to trust me and I've got my fingers crossed that I do this right. Rich, you rascal! What a challenge! Am I up to it? Yes. brb

beamg

Rich, 1st hatch March 21 @ 4pm. Do you have a guess for the 2nd hatch? I didn't see that one.

PJ

Hi everyone. I am new to posting but have been watching the nest and reading your comments for some time now. What a great group! I love Alcoa's eagle cam. I've been worried today because of the strong winds that have been rocking the nest. Does anyone know if the wind can take out the nest? I live in the Davenport area and am watching for the storm too. Could be a long night for our little family.

PJ

Hi again...I just noticed that the posting clock is off by an hour. It's 2:04 here in Iowa right now.
PJ

Mavis

PJ, the wind is rough but the nest has with stood winds much higher than this so it should be fine.

The posting time is EST because Alcoa headquarters are on Eastern time. The nest is in the Central time zone but posts show up with Eastern time zone recordings.

Glad you meet you, and hope you post again. Just holler if you have any other questions....someone will try to help

Rich Swanson

beamg....Congrats for the navigation. In reality, this was a test of whether or not anyone could actually get to the group page. I know that things I have posted there go out to members of the group. My wife gets the updates. But nobody has posted anything there besides myself. Hopefully as time goes by and knowledge of the existence of the group grows......

I didn't make a second guess. I was happy enough that the scheme worked to "officially" record the guess I made. But let's go with with 26 hours later...23rd at 6pm Iowa time.

Mavis

RIch, I looked for the MN DNR comment page last night. Maybe I just overlooked it. I was interested to see what the discussion was concerning the nest. I figured that page would take off big so I must have overlooked it.

"Pumpkin"

Welcome PJ! Yes the posting clock is an hour fast and always has been, at least for the year that I've been eagle watching on this site.

Sportzdadd, I believe that the Bing map that you posted is the same one that I included in one of the links that I posted yesterday on the National Geographic site. I also agree with you in that it's a bit scary what we can view on these sites; not only in the US of A, but also overseas.

Hey beamg, mark me down for March 16th & 17th. I ought to get a winner on one of those two dates!

PJ

Perfect Mavis, thank you. Big relief about the wind.
PJ

Rich Swanson

Mavis....It's there. Just look for the link farther down in the posts. You'll find it.

Really no activity there other than what I post...Since there is no way to tell the people who look there that it is available, it may take a while for word to spread.

Rich Swanson

Weather related....There is a weather station less than two miles away in Bettendorf that I have been checking....

http://www.wunderground.com/weatherstation/WXDailyHistory.asp?ID=KIABETTE2&day=4&year=2013&month=3&graphspan=day

On the 11th of Feb, they recorded a wind gust of just over 45mph. That was a VERY windy day. Today they report just over 26mph for a gust.

Dem eagles built that thar thang gud!

MMA

DNR Eagle Cam has a update and FAQ button. For those interested, the latest post is that the eggs are probably not viable.

Sally Glowicki

Not sure who is on the nest right now, but their feathers are being blown all over the place. Our eagles are real troopers! They are not going to let anything happen to their babies. I often think of little Spirit how he was so patient and got shoved around a little but when he grew, he stood his ground. Having only two babies will be a little differnt. But if one is a little guy, daddy will take special care of him.

Kathryn Mellecker

Just got caught up on chat, and to Dadfsr, what a great opportunity to be involved in putting up an eagle cam. When you and your team do the job, please have someone take lots of pictures, with Alcoa's permission if the nest is on their property. These wildlife cams are such a good investment in excellent PR for any company. Congratulations to Alcoa for being involved!

Cherrycarol

Mavis we sure have sound now. The wind will blow u away out there. My Salon is downtown East Moline & right by the rairoad tracks. So it makes me think of our family everytime I hear the whistle blow. :) Carol

Ruth MacLeod

Just saw Liberty come in and Justice fly off. (7:00 EST) Suppose she is there for the night. Hope she isn't covered with snow when I see her in the morning

Jack Chao

I vote for Mavis to be our live in nest monitor till the eggs hatch. She will have to be awake 24/7 and give us the exact time of when each egg hatch. I am sure Mr. John would arranged some hot coffee but no punch for Mavis.

Why is the "bing" map shows the pic of the same location but seems to be a different season when I click on the right arrow?

Sally Glowicki

Hey Mavis. We have a beautiful sunny morning here in Michigan. But, the nest is covered w/snow and so is whoever is in it! It took a minute to find them. They are moving and should get up and shake the white stuff off. Hope all's well at your house, Mavis. Would share my hot chocolate but you aren't around. Keep warm and safe all of you who were hit w/the storm.

Brenda Svoboda

Thank-you so much for all your hard work to share this family of eagles with everyone. I really enjoy it. Lou and Brenda of Bettendorf, Iowa

joefromnc

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