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Old 02-26-2012, 02:52 PM   #1
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Decorah IA Eagles

Though we are 800 miles away from home in a 5th camper in Dickinson, ND (poo pipe froze again) I still keep track of our beloved Eagles by webcam. The female eagle laid her 3rd egg Friday night. Now the wait begins. Raptor Resources also announced that they will be doing a livestream on the turkey vultures when they return to Decorah.

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Old 02-27-2012, 05:05 AM   #2
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I enjoy watching the eagles. I was fascinated at the dinner menu that they have, wish I could eat so well. Fresh Fish, fresh game, no road kill for this group.

I keep my research computer on the eagles, so just a glance and I can see what they are doing.

For those not watching, here is the link.

Decorah Eagles, Ustream.TV: Email addresses for both Moderated Chat and Social Stream to provide feedback or to contact RRP. moderatedchat@raptorresource.o...


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The latest article in the Decorah news about the Raptor Resources decision to view the vultures as well suggested that "appearance challenge" could be a benefit. So ugly we gotta watch.
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