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Post by Eaglewoman » Sat Jul 11, 2020 2:57 pm

And Greg got some wonderful photos of our fledgling Hope too!
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Post by Eaglewoman » Sat Jul 11, 2020 3:04 pm

How lucky were we to have a professional photographer with a really good camera & a really long lens find our Redding Eagle Family on his first night in Redding?!?

That was just meant to be! I told Greg that is probably the only opportunity we will have to see Hope right next to her Mama Liberty outside of the nest like that!

Here are more shots of our beautiful Redding Eagles captured by Greg Wingerd...
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Post by IrishEyes » Sat Jul 11, 2020 6:02 pm

WOW! thanks so much Terri for sharing Gregs Photo's here and a huge thank you to Greg for taking them :grhug:

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Absolutely Magnificent ! :rh:

I love all of them ! Hope reminds me of her Mama :rh:
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Post by Philjo56France » Sat Jul 11, 2020 10:45 pm

Absolut"e"ly wondeful pics :clap: Merci Terri & Greg !

like Mother like daughter!

I don't know why but these pics of Hope so close to her mother with the same expressions makes my :cry1: rolling down.... :love:
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Post by Eaglewoman » Thu Jul 16, 2020 2:44 pm

I couldn't agree more Bev! Absolutely Magnificent!!!

Phil I hear you about the tears streaming down when you looked at those pictures of Liberty & Hope together! :huggie:

I am not seeing much of our beloved Redding Eagles lately & it is getting very HOT here! Temps got up to 110 degrees Farenheit yesterday!!!!

I will keep looking for a few more days & then I think I will know for sure they have started north on their migration.

It is always hard to say goodbye to our beautiful eagles, but at least we have some wonderful memories from a successful nesting season this year!!! :thumlft:

Here are a few videos that I took of Hope a few weeks ago near the Family Tree...

Hope on a gravel bar before a Jet Ski came zooming by & spooked our poor baby!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fw9aUlXbn3E

Hope perched in a tree near Mama Liberty at the Family Tree cove along the river...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bbkrix4gQJk

You can hear Hope doing a begging call in this video!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mwNKarRBSs8

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Post by Philjo56France » Thu Jul 16, 2020 11:11 pm

Merci again Terri :ty:
And long and good life to this Redding eagles family :rh:
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Post by IrishEyes » Fri Jul 17, 2020 5:57 am

Philjo56France wrote:
Thu Jul 16, 2020 11:11 pm
Merci again Terri :ty:
And long and good life to this Redding eagles family :rh:
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I echo that Philjo :huggie:
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Post by RitaR » Fri Jul 17, 2020 10:13 am

Hi Terri,

Awww Phillipe I bet those are happy tears at the sheer joy of seeing Hope perched next to Mom Liberty. Just pure beauty!

Terri those photo's from Greg are amazing! Thank you for posting those. I honestly think that your photo's are equally as great! You've really gotten some beautiful pictures posted here. Gorgeous wing and flying photo's. Oh Terri I was so hoping to see a video or photo's of the family down at the river. You did just that with Hope at the Gravel bar! Thank you so much for posting that video here. Brings back happy memories of past video's you have posted. She also looked so perfectly comfortable in your other two video's. Perched with a foot out too! A successful season Terri and that is what counts. Hope you get to see more of them.

Take care Terri! It get way too hot in Redding. Stay safe. :hug:

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Post by JudyB » Fri Jul 17, 2020 11:03 am

What lovely pictures - thank you so much, Terri, for bringing them here and sharing "your" eagles with us!

I don't often get to see fledglings flying, beyond going in and out of the nest - those are great!

And I love Greg's pictures of Hope with Mom Liberty - Hope is a big fledgling! And I think I know exactly what she is discussing with Mom! :D

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Post by gemini » Fri Jul 31, 2020 3:00 pm

2020 Cam Maintenance
Matching Drive

It's hard to believe that the fluffy little eaglets we first met in April are already flying around - and at least one of them is already half-way up the coast of British Columbia, feasting on salmon at one of the rivers with early salmon runs. The rest will be heading out soon, which will give us a brief window to clean the cameras, check the wiring and do any additional projects near the nests. Only one of our nests is currently sponsored (big thanks to Russ Cmolik for donating a new close-up cam for White Rock!) so we are asking those who enjoy the cams to help us get them ready for next year. We know life this year is different for many of us - but if you can help, we would really appreciate it.
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We have some big plans - two new cams for White Rock, replacement domes at Surrey Reserve and Delta 2, and hopefully getting to the bottom of the connectivity issue that keeps taking the South cam at Harrison Mills offline - and there will be some large expenses if we're going to do it all. We'll need a lift to get people up to the cams at White Rock and possibly at Delta, and the tree at Harrison Mills is very tall, requiring a professional climbing team if we are to do any work on the cams themselves.

If we can raise $10,000, we should be able to do the most essential work at most of the nests. And happily some friends of the eagles have pledged to match the first $1250 raised in the next three days - so if you adopt Delta 2, Harrison Mills, Surrey Reserve or White Rock for next year for $250, Hancock Wildlife will get $500!

The easiest way to adopt a nest is to
  • go to the "Donations" page on our website (https://hancockwildlife.org/donations/ - or click the button below)
  • click the "Donate via CanadaHelps Now!" link
  • enter the amount of your donation ($250 to adopt the nest of your choice for the coming year)
  • pick "Adopt a Nest" from the Fund list
  • use the message box to say which nest you are adopting and how you would like your name to be listed
  • fill in your contact information and credit card details, and
  • click "Complete Donation Now"
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And if this isn't a good time for adopting a nest, you can also make a donation of any amount to the "Eagle Cams/General Repairs" fund or you can make a monthly donation by changing the highlighted box at the top of the page from "Donate Now" to "Donate Monthly" (the first month's donation is eligible to be matched). Many of the funds have a suggested amount - but that is just a suggestion. The amount you put in the Amount box is what you'll donate.

You don't need to be in Canada to use CanadaHelps - and the rate of exchange right now is favorable to those of us in the United States - a donation of $250 Canadian dollars is currently less than $200 US dollars, so if you give $250 through CanadaHelps (or PayPal), HWF gets $250 Canadian dollars, and the cost to you is based on the current rate of exchange.

You can also use the other methods on the Donations page, but it's not as easy to provide all the information, so if you're sending a check or planning to give a donation directly to someone at HWF, please let me ([email protected]) or gemini ([email protected]) know a donation is coming so it gets included in the matching drive.

And if you have any questions about any of this, please do contact me or gemini and we'll be happy to help.
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Post by Aigle Armour » Tue Aug 11, 2020 1:10 pm

Hi! I am curious as to wether there is a live cam for the Redding eagles? If so, do you have a link? Thank you for your time.

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Post by Eaglewoman » Wed Aug 12, 2020 3:07 pm

Hi Everybody!

Thanks so much for your kind words Phil, Bev, Rita & Judy! It truly was a miraculous season for us here in Redding! Thanks for posting the Hancock Eaglecam Fundraiser info too Gemini! I will be sure to make a donation!

Aigle~To answer your question, we haven't had an Eaglecam on our Redding Eagles for 5 years. But, we are in the process of installing a brand new Eaglecam for this next Nesting Season as we speak!!!

I will post a link here to the new Eaglecam once it is installed so check back in a month & we should be up & running!

I"m sorry I haven't been posting much lately but as I mentioned we are currently knee-deep into this new Eaglecam Installation Project!!! I had no idea it would be this involved & I wasn't sure we could get it done for a while there? I had helped on the 2015 Eaglecam Installation but without our Technical expert Mark Neal on our Team(we lost Mark to Covid-19 in April :() it wasn't looking promising. I am the Coordinator & Coach for the Project but my technical skills are not anywhere comparable to Mark's!

But, I reached out to Joe Pifer who installed our Eaglecam with HDontap back in 2015 and he instantly agreed to come on board & help us get this done! He is even donating all of his time & work for the project in honor of Mark Neal. :huggie: There are really good people in this world!!! :thumlft:

We ran a GoFundMe on our FORE Facebook page & raised over $6,000 in one week! So we have a lot of fans of our Redding Eagles who really want to see this happen! We broke the project down into 3 Phases and we already completed Phase 1 which was removing the 2 old Eaglecams, Mics, and all of the associated equipment. We are in Phase 2 where we have ordered all of the new Eaglecam equipment and Joe is configuring things and preparing them for an easy installation. He will send everything up to us and we will begin Phase 3 which is the Big Eaglecam Installation Day in early September!

I'll keep you posted on our progress! I believe we are going to be running our Eaglecam on Youtube this season & next season we will explore other options! I will be sure to post a link once we have it ready!

Please send positive thoughts our way as we work on making this dream a reality! We want all of you to be able to watch our beloved Redding Eagles 24/7 instead of only enjoying them through my photos!
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Post by Philjo56France » Wed Aug 12, 2020 10:53 pm

:luck: :luck: :luck: Terri ! :hug:
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Post by IrishEyes » Thu Aug 13, 2020 5:39 am

Thank yoo so much Teri for the update !

Keeping good thoughts that this all goes well ! :hug:
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Post by Eaglewoman » Thu Aug 13, 2020 4:09 pm

Thank you Phil & Bev! :huggie:

We just found out yesterday that our local Internet company can install coax for us inside the Sheraton's Mosaic Restaurant building where all of our old Eaglecam equipment is stationed! We agreed to not be on the Sheraton's server so we are having our own installed! It will be $65 a month but we have enough money for this year to pay for that! Hopefully we can get a Business to pick up the tab for it next year!

We also just found out today that our Fiber Optic Line is still intact all the way from the Sheraton Hotel to Eagle Island! It goes for 2,311 feet and even under a Duck Pond and over to the island where Liberty & Guardian's nest is located!

We are so thrilled that it is still usable so we don't have to worry about going wireless & using radio transmitters & other parts & pieces we would have to purchase!

So things are going very well so far & we expect to have the new Eaglecam installed & ready to stream sometime in September! Our eagles don't usually return to the nest until mid October but who knows maybe they will come back a little early? It will be great to have the Eaglecam operating by the time our beloved Redding eagles return for the 2020-2021 Nesting Season!!!
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Post by IrishEyes » Thu Aug 13, 2020 5:09 pm

:hooray: Thank you so much Terri for the updates . this is great ~ :hug:

Continuing tp keep good thoughts for this nest :rh:
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Post by Eaglewoman » Sun Aug 16, 2020 4:08 pm

Gemini~ I officially adopted our Redding, CA Nest for the Fundraiser! I know we don't actually have a HWF Eaglecam that needs $ for maintenance, etc... but I still wanted to support David & HWF in some way for providing this Discussion Forum for us all of these years! We are so thrilled to have a place where all of us who love our Redding Eagles can make observations & learn together! :thumlft:

I didn't know if you actually put the name of the Nest you are adopting somewhere on the donation form?

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Post by Darlene » Sun Aug 16, 2020 4:35 pm

Thank you for the exciting update Terri. I am so excited to be able to watch Liberty and Guardian next season!
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Post by Aigle Armour » Fri Aug 21, 2020 4:01 pm

Thank you and congratulations on your cam! I look forward to watching this coming season!

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Post by JudyB » Sun Aug 30, 2020 4:02 pm

Eaglewoman wrote:
Sun Aug 16, 2020 4:08 pm
Gemini~ I officially adopted our Redding, CA Nest for the Fundraiser! I know we don't actually have a HWF Eaglecam that needs $ for maintenance, etc... but I still wanted to support David & HWF in some way for providing this Discussion Forum for us all of these years! We are so thrilled to have a place where all of us who love our Redding Eagles can make observations & learn together! :thumlft:

I didn't know if you actually put the name of the Nest you are adopting somewhere on the donation form?
Thank you so much, Terri - the forum definitely needs our support as well!

:ty:

(I sent you a brief message - not sure if email or PM - will follow up soon.)

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Post by Eaglewoman » Wed Sep 02, 2020 3:26 pm

:huggie: Hi Darlene & Aigle!

We are working away & have run into some obstacles but are pushing through! We hope to have it up & running by October!

It will be wonderful having you back at our forum! :thumlft:

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Post by Eaglewoman » Sat Sep 05, 2020 11:04 am

Update on our Redding Eaglecam Project 9/5/20...

We are scheduled to begin Phase 3 of our Eaglecam Project~Installation in 2 weeks!!!!!

Joe Pifer received the new Axis Eaglecam the other day and is busy working on it in his Shop preparing it for installation!

He will be shipping the Eaglecam and all of the associated equipment up to us once he test runs it and makes sure it will work for this System! Joe is being very thorough because we can't go up the Nest Tree once the eagles return so we have to get everything dialed in now!

We ordered a new Lithium Battery to replace the four 65 pound batteries below the Solar Panel. Those four batteries were installed by Caltrans way back in 2008 and even though we saw a "green light" on the monitor indicating there is power, we just weren't sure how much longer those are going to last? We felt it was better to invest the $1,000 in a new battery now and replace those 12 year old batteries while we have the opportunity to do that.

There has been a slight delay with getting the Right of Entry Form signed by The Sheraton to allow Spectrum to do the construction & installation of our own Coax Internet into the Mosaic Building. But Sandra & her Manager Andrea from Spectrum have been working hard all week to resolve those issues for us! Once that gets signed the Construction Crew can get in there & get our own internet installed so we will be ready to stream the Eaglecam out to all of you!

Keep those positive thoughts coming! We'll let you know once we have firmed up the date for our Big Installation Day! :thumlft: :thumlft:

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Post by Eaglewoman » Tue Sep 15, 2020 11:14 am

Update on our Redding Eaglecam Project:

We are happy to report that Phase 3: Installation of our new Redding Eaglecam will begin this week!!!

Our new Lithium Battery is scheduled to arrive tomorrow as well as our brand new Axis Eaglecam & all of the Components configured by the amazing Joe Pifer. Joe tested the new Axis Eaglecam in his Shop & it worked perfectly with the System so he shipped everything up to Redding!

My hubby Dave & I will be heading out to Eagle Island this week once the new battery arrives to remove the old batteries & replace it with our new Lithium Battery. We also need to clean out the Battery Box & remove the old panel in the Fiber Optic Box where all of our new Components will be installed by Dan from Comer Communications.

On Thursday, Dan & Dave will be installing all of the new Eaglecam System Components at the Solar Box on Eagle Island & in the Mosaic Building at the Sheraton. Once the Eaglecam System is installed on the ground we will be able to test the Camera before the Tree Climbers install it above the Nest for us!

Joe has installed many Cams in very remote locations, including the Condor Cam in Big Sur where "Iniko" luckily survived the wildfire that went through that nest tree area! So he knows that it's always best to make sure all of the components are working properly on the ground before having the Tree Climbers take it up and install it 90 feet up the tree! A-1 Tree Climbers will install the Eaglecam next week once we determine everything is working properly!

Keep those positive thoughts & prayers coming our way! We are getting very close to making our dream of having a working Eaglecam on our beloved Redding Eagles a reality!

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Post by Philjo56France » Tue Sep 15, 2020 10:00 pm

:clap: Terri, Dave, Dan Joe and all your team :luck:
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Post by Eaglewoman » Fri Sep 18, 2020 11:33 am

We had 2 very productive days this week & we now have our brand new Eaglecam System installed & tested! The last step is to have the Tree Climbers place the new Camera above Liberty & Guardian's Nest & then for Spectrum to get our Internet Modem installed at the Sheraton & we will be ready for our eagles to return in mid October!!!

Our local news channel ran a story about our New Eaglecam last night!

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Post by Eaglewoman » Wed Sep 23, 2020 2:11 pm

We are all ready for our new Eaglecam to be placed above Liberty & Guardian's Nest this week!

We found a really good experienced climber to install it for us so we are looking forward to the Big Installation Day!!!

I'll take some pics & videos so you guys can all experience some of the excitement too!

Please keep our Tree Climber in your thoughts as this is very dangerous work climbing 90 feet up to the Nest and standing in the Nest!

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Post by IrishEyes » Wed Sep 23, 2020 2:44 pm

Eaglewoman wrote:
Wed Sep 23, 2020 2:11 pm
We are all ready for our new Eaglecam to be placed above Liberty & Guardian's Nest this week!

We found a really good experienced climber to install it for us so we are looking forward to the Big Installation Day!!!

I'll take some pics & videos so you guys can all experience some of the excitement too!

Please keep our Tree Climber in your thoughts as this is very dangerous work climbing 90 feet up to the Nest and standing in the Nest!

Thanks Terri .. keeping your Tree Climber in my thoughts and prayers :grhug:
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Post by Eaglewoman » Sat Sep 26, 2020 12:42 pm

We did it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

We have a working Eaglecam folks!!!!!

Our tree climber Ron Jolley & his buddy Rex installed the new Axis Cam above Liberty & Guardian’s nest this morning!!!

Everything went very smoothly today & we are so grateful to our Project Manager Joe Pifer for all of his hard work & for making things as easy as possible for our Team!

A big thank you goes out to Dan Comer & my husband Dave for all your hard work these last 2 months!
We could not have done this without you!!!

And thank you to Sue & Barbara for being there today to lend a hand with the kayaks & keeping an eye on our trucks!

Thank you Ron & Rex for joining our Team this week & for doing such a fantastic job on the climb & Camera install!

And our Team Member Mark Neal R.I.P. was there guiding us the whole way! 😇

Thank you one & all for making this dream a reality!
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