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Old 02-08-2016, 04:54 PM   #1
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Cool Eagles are back

The eagle cam has been rebuilt and it looks like the mother is back preparing her nest for another season. She has been there several times today.

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Last year I think she laid her eggs right around Valentine's day so we can expect to see some activity soon.


I just looked that up. Last year the eggs hatched towards the end of March.
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Looking at the subject, I thought you were talking about motor homes...yes we are back, had a great trip. Don't know about the other Eagles.
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Great to see both Eagles made it back safely.
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Thanks for the reminder. We really enjoyed this last year.
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Yeah, no offence, but I'm not really a Philadelphia fan. (I did mention no offence, didn't I?)
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"Eagles are back"

Where were they??
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You have to click on:

Wildlife

I know it only says 'WILDLIFE' but you will see the nest. It is snow covered right now, (we will be getting snow all day) but she (the female eagle) will clear it out before laying her eggs. Last year she laid and hatched two, and it was amazing to see how much food the adults crammed down their throats, and how fast they grew. They seem to grow bigger by the hour.

Sorry I didn't make it more clear as to what eagles we were talking about.

Here is the link to last years thread on IRV2:
Live Eagle Cam in York County Pa

Incubation Period: 35 days.
Most eagles only lay a single clutch of eggs. Each egg is laid about 3 days apart and incubation, the process of the eagles sitting on the egg to bring up the eggs' temperature, starts with the laying of the first egg. The eggs take almost precisely 35 days to hatch.Jan 27, 2009
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I looked last night and it was dark... Okay, I'm a little slow. I looked today and it was snowing.....kind of cool. I'll keep looking during daylight hours and see what shows up.
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Here is the Eagle Camera in Minnesota... the mother has already laid 3 eggs !!
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Both were on the nest a minute ago. They brought a squirrel up for lunch. Then the male took off.
There are two cameras to be able to watch from different angles this year.
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You have to click on:

Wildlife

I know it only says 'WILDLIFE' but you will see the nest. It is snow covered right now, (we will be getting snow all day) but she (the female eagle) will clear it out before laying her eggs. Last year she laid and hatched two, and it was amazing to see how much food the adults crammed down their throats, and how fast they grew. They seem to grow bigger by the hour.

Sorry I didn't make it more clear as to what eagles we were talking about.

Here is the link to last years thread on IRV2:
Live Eagle Cam in York County Pa

Incubation Period: 35 days.
Most eagles only lay a single clutch of eggs. Each egg is laid about 3 days apart and incubation, the process of the eagles sitting on the egg to bring up the eggs' temperature, starts with the laying of the first egg. The eggs take almost precisely 35 days to hatch.Jan 27, 2009
Very cool! He /she is eating something, can't tell what, but definitely very cool to watch! Thanks!
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Fascinating to watch after the eggs have hatched.
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Isn't that nice they invited a squirrel to have lunch with them.


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