Lafarge Eagle Nest Discussion - 2018-2020

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Re: Lafarge Eagle Nest Discussion - Seasons 2018-2020

Post by stim » Wed Oct 09, 2019 8:58 am

You've put a smile on my face Christine. Thank you! :hug:

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Re: Lafarge Eagle Nest Discussion - Seasons 2018-2020

Post by Eastvan Girl » Wed Oct 09, 2019 9:12 am

Seeing the eagles puts a smile on my face, too!! Have a great day!

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Re: Lafarge Eagle Nest Discussion - Seasons 2018-2020

Post by JudyB » Wed Oct 09, 2019 10:25 am

Wonderful news - thanks so much, Christine!

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Re: Lafarge Eagle Nest Discussion - 2018-2020

Post by gemini » Thu Nov 14, 2019 9:38 pm

Don't forget the Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival is this Weekend!

Experience this Natural Phenomenon in 2019

The 24 Annual Festival - November 16-17, 2019

Download a map HERE! And just follow the Scenic 7 Highway - 30 minutes east of Mission, BC to the Harrison River/Harrison Mills, BC
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Re: Lafarge Eagle Nest Discussion - 2018-2020

Post by JudiW » Thu Jan 30, 2020 4:03 pm

Happy New Season 2020 Nesties getting ready for March :eag: :hatch: :hatch: :eag:

Tragic in Australia eh :cry1: :brknhrt: :ohmy:
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Joey and mom
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and so we mourn for E14 and E15 the egg
and so they mourn Harriett and M together Jan 18 2020.jpg
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Re: Lafarge Eagle Nest Discussion - 2018-2020

Post by JudiW » Thu Jan 30, 2020 4:06 pm

my brother  the egg January 2020.jpg
RIP little ones
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have a nice winter spring is around the corner
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Re: Lafarge Eagle Nest Discussion - 2018-2020

Post by Eastvan Girl » Sun Mar 22, 2020 7:24 am

Hello all fellow eagle lovers,
I hope everyone is doing okay.
I unfortunately can no longer see the eagle tree from my windows as my building is completely boarded and tarped up but I took a few minutes to escape this dungeon of an apartment to go for a solitary walk in the neighbourhood and I was so happy to see 2 adults at the nest. Looks as though Pa has his new mate. How wonderful.
All seems well in his eagle world - I wish I could say the same for ours.
Stay safe and healthy everyone.
Christine

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Re: Lafarge Eagle Nest Discussion - 2018-2020

Post by IrishEyes » Sun Mar 22, 2020 8:16 am

Eastvan Girl wrote:
Sun Mar 22, 2020 7:24 am
Hello all fellow eagle lovers,
I hope everyone is doing okay.
I unfortunately can no longer see the eagle tree from my windows as my building is completely boarded and tarped up but I took a few minutes to escape this dungeon of an apartment to go for a solitary walk in the neighbourhood and I was so happy to see 2 adults at the nest. Looks as though Pa has his new mate. How wonderful.
All seems well in his eagle world - I wish I could say the same for ours.
Stay safe and healthy everyone.
Christine
Thank You so much Christine and happy to know that Pa has a new mate :) .. I hope Pa and his new mate have a successful season and praying for all of us at this difficult and trying time in our lives.. stay safe and be good to one another everyone :grhug:
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Re: Lafarge Eagle Nest Discussion - 2018-2020

Post by stim » Sun Mar 22, 2020 9:54 am

Thank you so much for this very positive update Christine! What a feel good seeing Pa with a new mate must have been! And what terrible timing to have windows covered like that! I hope it is short lived as we go through isolation measures. I love having someplace special like a favourite nest to go to for a quick single person outing with a positive emotional surge. :D

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Re: Lafarge Eagle Nest Discussion - 2018-2020

Post by JudyB » Fri Mar 27, 2020 4:08 pm

Fund Drive for Hard Drives

Good afternoon, everyone! I have just learned that we do not have the hard drives we need to record our cams as we approach little chick time - and we do not have the funds necessary to buy them.

These are the high resolution drives that are connected directly to the cams at the site, making it possible to record high quality videos of events at the nests - and we usually have them up and running before the eggs are laid. As you know, we already have eggs at three of our four nests, and they are likely any day now at the fourth nest - so time is of the essence.

Our tech person Ken is estimating that it will cost about $7000 to buy the high quality, high capacity drives needed for our 9 cams, and while we are keeping up with our regular monthly expenses, we don't have the extra money needed to buy and install the hard drives.

I know this is a hard time financially for many of us, with many businesses closed - but it may also be a time when some of us are staying home and watching the eagles after cancelling planned trips or dinners out - and I'd like to ask those who can to contribute towards these hard drives.
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