Berry College Nest Thread 2018-2019

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Re: Berry College Nest Thread 2018-2019

Post by Kitcat11848 » Fri Jun 07, 2019 4:05 pm

Hi Bev and Everyone who watches.
7:01 pm
Mom is on the nest. I’ll try to run the DVR back later.
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IR light off 6:23:37am. D in BSD 3:57:47; M in BSD 4:00:31; D fluffs & M supervises; D hops to RB 4:07:58 & out 4:08:36; D in BSD 4:12:06 with a small twiggy stick, which he places on the right front rail; after standing on the right front rail for a minute or so, D hops to RB 4:32:36 & out 4:33:55; D lands on a branch way back behind the nest tree on the right (he looks like a speck) 4:42:34; he moves to another branch 4:44:46; D flies to yet another branch 4:45:47 then he drops down out of view behind the nest 4:46:00 (not sure if he’s playing hide-n-seek or trying to entice M); fly-by 4:47:51, D in BSD 4:47:57; M out over LB 5:01:56; D waits a couple minutes to see if M is coming back, decides she isn’t so out the BSD he goes at 5:03:48; M in BSD w/stick 5:24:17; D lands on LB 5:29:42, to nest 5:29:52; D moves a stick 5:30:03; M backs up on right front rail & perches, giving D room for his fluffing duties 5:30:48;
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Re: Berry College Nest Thread 2018-2019

Post by Kitcat11848 » Sat Jun 08, 2019 2:52 pm

Hi Bev and all who watch
This is the rest of yesterday, thanks to TNTalons
Friday - June 7, 2019
D to RB 5:46:40 & out 5:47:10; D in BSD w/stick 5:49:18, M patiently watches D place his stick & rearranges other ones; D to LB 6:04:20, D turns around to face the nest 6:04:45 & rouses 6:04:57; D turns around again 6:05:48 & flies out 6:06:04; M looks around, preening occasionally, finally lays down 8:05:56; M stands up 8:51:44; Cam reset 8:54; IR light on 9:14:48 & M is still on the nest.
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Saturday - June 8, 2019
M stayed overnight; EARLY MORN: M to LB to preen & snooze 1:00:17am; M to nest 2:36:38. MORN: M softly calls out 6:16:53; IR light off 6:18:24; M hops to LB 6:22:50 & flies off 6:23:09;
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Re: Berry College Nest Thread 2018-2019

Post by Kitcat11848 » Thu Jun 13, 2019 10:20 am

Good day Bev, Mom and Dad Berry and all watching. I popped in expecting to see an empty nest and look who’s here. I think after reading chat, that they’ve been here about an hour but haven’t scrolled back. Nice to see them still here working on their nest.
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Re: Berry College Nest Thread 2018-2019

Post by Kitcat11848 » Fri Jun 14, 2019 3:33 pm

Thursday, June 13 with Thanks to TNTalons
Thursday - June 13, 2019
IR light off 6:08:07am; Caroline wren explores the nest 6:20:33, another happy wren shows up (singing) 6:21:05; M in BSD 11:51:49; D in BD 11:56:06; D to RB 12:07:38 & out 12:08:52; D flies by in background & lands briefly on LB 12:10:28 then to nest 12:10:30; D out from right front rail 12:32:22; D in FD w/stick 12:41:48, which he totes around then places on right rail 12:42:12; not satisfied, D moves the stick 12:42:25 to the front rail, then moves a pinecone & stick out of the way; M out BSD 1:26:25; a couple minutes later, D steps up to RB & flies off; Cam 1 reset 2:20:50; D in BD w/headless squirrel 6:25:04; D enjoys his meal, scarfing down the remaining portion a la Mom Berry-style 6:52:43; D & his full crop hop to LB 6:56:44 & flies out 6:57:04;
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Re: Berry College Nest Thread 2018-2019

Post by IrishEyes » Fri Jun 14, 2019 3:40 pm

Thanks so much Marianne for the coverage here ~ :huggie:
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Re: Berry College Nest Thread 2018-2019

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Re: Berry College Nest Thread 2018-2019

Post by IrishEyes » Fri Jul 12, 2019 1:19 pm

FRIDAY , JULY 12, 2019


Thanks Marianne for your PM about this .. sorry I am so late adding this here !

Berry College Eagles
July 3 at 8:17 AM ·
As we begin to prepare for the 2019-20 eagle season, we wanted to provide a quick update with plans for the year.
· We will be replacing the two nest cameras and plan to mount the approach cam up a bit higher on the pole
· The website will be transitioned over to the new look of the Berry College site
· The Tumblr blog account will cease and updates will be posted directly to the Berry website in addition to Facebook
· We will be transitioning from Livestream chat to a new chat product that allows for more robust filtering of content and moderation
These changes are all geared at making the eagle watching experience more enjoyable for all and we will share additional information in the weeks to come.

Go to Face Book for the rest

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Re: Berry College Nest Thread 2018-2019

Post by IrishEyes » Fri Jul 12, 2019 1:21 pm

Berry College Eagles
June 13 at 11:56 AM ·
Both eagles are visiting the nest this afternoon. They’re probably enjoying the lovely summer weather as much as we are!
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Just a reminder that the eagles are typically at the nest less often during the summer. They will return more frequently as we near September.
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Re: Berry College Nest Thread 2018-2019

Post by IrishEyes » Fri Jul 12, 2019 1:26 pm

Fromm Branch Buddies with thanks TNTalons !
Friday - July 5, 2019
Weather Forecast: Mostly cloudy, high 94º/low 74º, chance of rain 20%. D lands on LB 6:04:08am, steps to nest 6:04:25 to dig in the fluff & straighten up sticks; M in FD 6:12:11; IR light off 6:14:26; D to RB 6:20:34, turns around on branch 6:22:13, hops to branch on right side on nest 6:22:41, hops to a different branch 6:24:26 as M digs in the nest; D turns around on the branch & hops back to the other branch 6:24:56; D moves out of view 6:26:28, then moves further out 6:27:09 mockingbird screams & M jumps 6:27:48; D moves to a back branch (possibly flies out) 6:28:15; M scratches her head 6:28:56; D flies behind nest 6:29:46 & in over RB w/small stick 6:29:55; M backs up onto right rail to get out of D's way 6:32:17; M steps back to nest 6:40:06; M out BSD 6:43:53; M in FD w/stick 6:48:53 and D 6:49:07 tells her he wants it, stick war 6:49:14 (Dad wins); D to RB 6:52:36 (possibly files out 6:53:15); D lands on RB 6:59:53, hops to nest w/small stick 6:59:57; D hops to LB 7:04:23; D out 7:08:13; D in BSD w/pinecone stick 7:15:41; D out BSD 7:34:07; here comes the mockingbird 7:44:20 to aggravate M; MB dive-bombs M 8:51:41 & harasses her some more for several minutes; M lays down 9:21:50; M still on the nest at 10:52:00, having endured another MB attack around 10:21:00 & just before 11:00:00; she finally has her fill of pesky MB & flies out the BSD 11:01:04; late afternoon storm rolls through starting around 6:40pm; IR light on 9:17:49pm.
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