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Old 01-27-2011, 09:42 AM   #1
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Eagle Cam

The town we are from erected a camera to watch a pair of eagles nest and raise their young. It's interesting to pop in and watch and see what dead things are in the nest. Rabbits. squirrels, fish. The eagles have just begun the build the nest so it's getting interesting. The nest is located out by the Fish Hatchery but is actually in someone's yard and you know what birds don't do in the nest.

So if you're into that sort of thing here's the link. You can even cruise around Decorah, IA. Find Dunning Springs Park and you will see why I have abundant wildlife (and sometimes people) walking through my yard.

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Old 01-27-2011, 06:32 PM   #2
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Saw some activity before dusk...both eagles did a little nest maintenance and then flew off in the back round - stage right. I aways thought they roosted in the nest after dark. We've had the nest on the laptop and while glancing at it since before dark, they've not returned. Maybe they don't like sleeping with a night light...the barking dog probably doesn't help either. Very cool to watch them, but they may be more sensitive than we think?? Bob

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Watching it makes me miss our house.
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