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Webcam on the Bald Eagles nest in Decorah (Iowa, USA)

Chronology of breeding this pair:

2016 Nesting Record
Egg #1: 2/18/16 @ 8:28 PM
Egg #2: 2/21/16 @ 7:46 PM
Egg #3: 2/25/16 @ 6:59 PM

D24 Hatch: 03/29/16. First look at 6:22AM
D25 Hatch: 03/31/16, 3:15PM CDT
What about the unhatched egg? Blog here.

D24 Fledge: 6/11/16. D24 was 74 days old at fledge.
D25 Fledge: 6/17/16 @ 4:26pm. D25 was 78 days old at fledge.

D25′s death: D25 was found dead alongside a road on September 26th. Learn more here

2015 Egg/Hatch/Fledge Dates

D21: Egg 2/18/15 6:07 PM – Hatch 3/27/15 6:52 PM (37 days) – Fledge 6/14/15 1:11 PM (79 days)
D21: Two views of fledge Here!! And a ground view of the fledge Here!!!
D22: Egg 2/21/15 7:01 PM – Hatch 3/29/15 8:16 AM (36 Days) – Fledge 6/17/15 (80 days)
D22: Video of egg laying.
D23: Egg 2/25/15 6:57 PM – Hatch 4/2/15 9:43 AM (36 days) – Fledge 6/19/15 (78 days)
D23: See the actual hatch up close.

2014 Egg/Hatch/Fledge Dates

D18: 2/23/14 4:55 PM – Hatch 4/2/14 9:22 AM (38 days) – Fledge 6/18/14 (77 days) Electrocuted 7/8/14 Male
D19 (Four): 2/26/14 5:33 PM – Hatch 4/3/14 11:29 PM (36 days) – Fledge 6/18/14 (76 days) Female fitted with transmitter Electrocuted 3/2/15 — Details can be found in this RRP Blog.
D20 (Soar): 3/2/14 6:43 PM – Hatch 4/7/14 10:42 AM (36 days) – Fledge 6/20/14 (74 days) Rescued w/broken wing 6/22/14 Male – non-releasable will become education eagle. As of 12/12 this eaglet is now an educational eagle (in training) by Kay Neumann and will be called “DECORAH”. He has a permanent home at S.O.A.R.

2013 Observations

With the unanticipated move to a new nest (N2) without cams we only had observations to go on. First observed brooding on 2/17/13, first observed feeding on 3/29, first visual confirmation of 3 eaglets was 4/5. So we know D15 hatched by or before 3/29, and all 3 were hatched by 4/5.
Fledge dates: D15: 6/23/14, D16 6/17/13, D17 6/26/13

2012 Egg/Hatch/Fledge Dates

D12: Egg 2/17/12 7:47 PM – Hatch3/27/12 1:16 PM (39 days) – Fledge 6/13/12 (78 days) – Electrocuted 7/1/12 Male
D13: Egg 2/20/12 9:04 PM – Hatch 3/28/12 9:35 AM (37 days) -Fledge 6/14/12 (78 days)
D14: Egg 2/24/12 8:05 PM – Hatch 3/30/12 6:50 AM (35 days) – Fledge 6/18/12 (80 days) – Found electrocuted 11/26/12 Male fitted with transmitter

2011 Egg/Hatch/Fledge Dates

E1: Egg 2/23/11 5:33 PM – Hatch 4/2/11 2:39 AM (38 days)– Fledge 6/18/11 (77 days)
E2 (D1): Egg 2/26/11 6:42 PM – Hatch 4/3/11 7:02 AM (36 days) – Fledge 6/23/11 (81 days) Female fitted with transmitter
E3: Egg 3/2/11 6:47 PM – Hatch 4/6/11 6:48 AM (35 days) – Fledge 6/20/11 (75 days)

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  • 2016/06/07 17:16:44

    Цитировать

    Так, стоп, ТУТ НИЧЕГО НЕ ВИДНО. *HELP*

  • mike:
    2017/01/10 14:46:53

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    Пипец. Почитал сколько птенцов сдохло от поражения электротоком. И это в стране победившей демократии, которая диктует всему Миру правила жизни. Блин, у себя бы лучше разобрались с проблемой гибели их гербовых орлов. А куда общественность смотрит? На этих птиц пялятся миллионы зрителей и неужели всем пофигу, что после вылета и удовлетворения потребностей вуайеристов, эти орлы убиваются на электролиниях?

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29.12.2018

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