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Eagle Cam

Melbourne, FL

The Norfolk Botanical Garden Eagle-cam is up and running. http://www.wvec.com/marketplace/microsite-content/eagle-cam.html The Eagles have moved into a new home. They are anticipating the first egg to be laid at any time.

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PERTH, Australia

Wow, GP and thanks. What a fantastic view!

Melbourne, FL

Much better view this year. It should be exciting to watch.

Bella Vista, AR(Zone 6b)

Oh, yay, I was just thinking about this the other day. Thanks for the link.

Melbourne, FL

They have their first egg!

PERTH, Australia

Fantastic. Here's a link to the slide show. From slide 19 onwards you can see the egg.

http://www.wvec.com/news/slideshows/Eagle-lays-first-egg-of-the-2011-season-115204929.html?gallery=y&c=y&ref=%2F

Linthicum Heights, MD(Zone 7a)

Here is another Eagle Cam that we watch rather faithfully. Derek and Savannah are the mating pair and they have an interesting history. I find it fascinating that the nest is so close to the ground. There are several injured eagles in the enclosure. This morning I counted 4 but there may be more.

http://www.wcnc.com/marketplace/microsite-content/wcnc-eagle-cam.html

Melbourne, FL

Second egg was laid today.

Linthicum Heights, MD(Zone 7a)

Here is a photo from the Blackwater eagle webcam taken a few minutes ago. The parents were switching positions on the nest. First egg should hatch around 2-17.

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PERTH, Australia

Linth, that shows the nest cup so well.

Putnam County, IN(Zone 5b)

Wow....nice set up this year!!

Whiteside County, IL(Zone 5a)

Yay! sure sign of spring!

Melbourne, FL

They now have their third egg. The nest was covered with snow this morning.

PERTH, Australia

The sitting bird just got up and rearranged the three eggs, which were clearly visible.

Marlton, NJ

That's a great view!

Linthicum Heights, MD(Zone 7a)

Here is an updated photo of the Blackwater Eagle Cam. Two of the three eggs have hatched.

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Marlton, NJ

Aww... that is great!

Central, AL(Zone 7b)

How wonderful is that? Locallly we've a nest with 2 visible Eaglets. I can't hardly wait until I am able to obtain some pics. to share.

PERTH, Australia

Wow. That seems quick. I was looking at it last night and there appeared to be a freshly killed and partially eaten bird in the nest.

Central, AL(Zone 7b)

Ooooh NOOOOOO! From which location Margaret?

PERTH, Australia

From Blackwater, Kim. There's no was I could tell what sort of bird it was, unless it was actually a fish, which I don't think it was. (That makes sense, doesn't it?)

Whiteside County, IL(Zone 5a)

I still think it's tooooooo cold for those babies!

Melbourne, FL

The first egg could possibly hatch today!

Putnam County, IN(Zone 5b)

I am watching & waiting!!

Melbourne, FL

First Eaglet was born around 11am. I knew it was close. When I was watching early, Mom kept turning her head and it seemed to be listening to something.

PERTH, Australia

That's wonderful.

Melbourne, FL

First chick.

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Marlton, NJ

Very very cute!!!

PERTH, Australia

Wonderful new life.

Putnam County, IN(Zone 5b)

they are just so dang cute!

Bella Vista, AR(Zone 6b)

Awesome live video this morning of the chick being fed. Love it.

PERTH, Australia

Three photos from Blackwater just a few minutes ago. The smallest chick is right up there next to the parent bird's claw on the fish.

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PERTH, Australia

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PERTH, Australia

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PERTH, Australia

Right now, at Norfolk, the parent bird is feeding the chick

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Putnam County, IN(Zone 5b)

Mom acting a little wierd...maybe chick #2 is on the way!

Melbourne, FL

According to the blog, the second chick has arrived.

Putnam County, IN(Zone 5b)

Just got a peek of one of the eaglets!!

Whiteside County, IL(Zone 5a)

That little squirt was really moving around there. What a cutie.

PERTH, Australia

Osprey on the nest at Blackwater

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