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Redding, CA - 2018 - Bald Eagle Cam

Post by JudyB » Thu Feb 22, 2018 8:23 am

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Redding Eagles POV cam - https://hdontap.com/index.php/video/str ... gle-nest-2

currently off-line - Redding Eagles IR cam - https://hdontap.com/index.php/video/str ... gle-nest-1
(The IR cam was damaged as a result of the flooding that submerged the island over the winter of 2016-2017 and was offline for the 2017 nesting season; keeping fingers crossed for 2018.)

(Coming Soon - there will also be a new website for Hancock Wildlife and we need that in place before I can add cams - With thanks to HDonTap and the Friends of the Redding Eagles, you can also watch Liberty and Spirit on our site here - and for those who want to sneak a peek at work, there's a smaller version here. Enjoy!)


2017-2018 Season:
  • adults return:
  • nest chosen: the pair are defending the nest with the cams - but preparing one at the golf course
  • eggs laid: February 6 (probably more - but we won't know until we can count little chicks)
  • hatched: feeding observed March 26; second eaglet seen April 9
  • named: River & Sky
  • nest down: the branch holding the nest broke and the nest came down on May 21; happily River & Sky both seem fine, and were taken to Defiance Canyon Raptor Rescue for the night for a health check, food and hydration
  • temporary nest: folks from Riverview Golf Course and Fish & Wildlife built a temporary nesting platform containing sticks from the nest, and the chicks were returned May 22
  • possible gender: Marilyn from Defiance Canyon Raptor Rescue suspects River (the larger one) is female and Sky is male, though she didn't weigh them or conduct other tests so as not to add to their stress (link)
  • branched:
  • fledged: on June 3 only one was seen on the platform, and Sky was observed flying on June 5; River fledged June 6
  • last seen: an adult, on July 8
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Liberty and Spirit are back! October 24, 2017, photo by eaglewoman


Forum member CA Wildlife put together an excellent chart with data about the eagles nesting at Turtle Bay - here is the September 9 2017 version (clicks much bigger)
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Link to the beginning of the 2018 Nesting Season on our former forum

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Re: Redding, CA - 2018 - Bald Eagle Cam

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History - part 1:

The camera was initially installed by CalTrans (the California Department of Transportation) to make sure that nearby highway construction didn't have a negative impact on the eagle nest. Back in the fall of 2007, Caltrans had tried to discourage the eagles from nesting so near a planned highway project by placing a large cone in their nest, but the eagles were not easily discouraged (read the story here)) - and public sentiment favored the eagles - so CalTrans decided to work with the eagles and the public, installing a camera to make sure they weren't disrupting the nesting behavior - and making it available to the public (thank you!). The construction project was completed, and the Turtle Bay Exploration Park took over the cam for the 2012 nesting season - thank you! However - the eagles had other ideas, and moved to a new location - near their old nest, but out of view of the cams - so we were not able to watch them in 2012, but the great local observer team took up the slack, and provided great coverage. Money was raised to move the cams to the new location for the 2013 nesting season, though there were some challenges getting the cam online; unfortunately shortly after it finally started streaming, the wide angle cam was apparently damaged when a limb fell down, so the only view of the nest in 2013 was a very zoomed in closeup that let us see the feet and tails of the eagles, but not much more. The folks from Turtle Bay did some work on the cams after the 2013 season, and we had a much better view in 2014.

The pair, named Liberty (F) and Patriot (M), successfully raised two eaglets in 2008, and three eaglets in 2009 and 2010. They laid two eggs in 2011, both of which hatched, and the eaglets fledged successfully. Because there was not a cam, we don't know how many eggs they laid in 2012, but we do know they fledged two charming eaglets.

2013 started as a year like any other, and Patriot and Liberty laid three eggs in the first half of February. One disappeared at the beginning of March (which is not that uncommon) but then an intruder was seen in the area, and Patriot was not seen after March 11th. There was a week when Liberty left the eggs uncovered for hours at a time (though fortunately the weather was warm), and then a week when she incubated around the clock, with only brief breaks, and another eagle was seen in the area, and even came into the nest. Surprisingly, given the amount of time they'd been uncovered and not turned, both eggs hatched, on March 18 and 22 - and sadly both chicks were killed by the other eagle as soon as Liberty left the nest for a brief stretch. The new eagle had not paid any attention to the eggs prior to the first hatch, and from what we could see, appeared to follow Liberty when she flew off for a break and to find food; perhaps she assumed (to the extent that eagles can think) that he would also ignore the chicks - or would brood them, as a bonded male normally does. The new eagle did actually incubate the second egg for about 30 minutes shortly before it hatched - but later when it hatched and Liberty left as she needed to do without a male providing food, the new eagle also killed and ate the second chick. It was a very hard thing to watch - and perhaps a harder thing to accept. We do know that these are wild creatures - and know that some of the behavior we see in our mature pairs takes time to develop.

The new eagle appeared to be young, with some brown tips left on his (we assume) white feathers, so it's possible that the instincts that are needed for raising a family weren't fully developed yet. The new eagle was initially referred to as "the intruder," and then called Newbie as it appeared that he might be accepted as a new mate by Liberty, Towards the end of March, Newbie appeared to have marks on his feet as if he'd been in a talon-grasping fight - leading us to speculate that he might have driven Patriot off, or killed him. Then amazingly, on April 5th - Patriot returned - and spent some quality time with Liberty (humanizing more than a little, but they were observed perched together and looking very comfortable with each other). Sadly, the reunion was short-lived - on May 10th two adult eagles were seen in an aerial battle over a parking lot, and one plummeted to his death. Eaglewoman was given an opportunity to view the remains, and found that the eagle who had died appeared to have a dilated pupil like Patriot had, and a white feather on his chest like Patriot had - and none of those who reviewed the pictures she took could see anything that would suggest it might not be Patriot. A necropsy was performed, and he apparently died from an internal hemorrhage during the battle, but not from the battle itself. There were also trace amounts of rodenticide in his liver, which may have contributed to the internal bleeding because it works by keeping blood from clotting. Patriot's remains were going to be sent to the National Eagle Repository near Denver, Colorado, but once the authorities discovered the rodenticide, his remains were cremated, removing even the remote possibility that his body might be given to a local organization for display. There are plans underway to honor this magnificent eagle, and to note the end of an era at the nest.

This is one of eaglewoman's pictures of Patriot and Liberty - she calls it "Love is in the eyes" :love:
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As the 2013 season wound down, Liberty was in the area, as was the male known as Newbie and another male tentatively named #4. All have left, as eagles usually do in late summer and early fall - leaving us wondering who would return in October.

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History - part 2:

The eagles usually return in October - and we all were watching to see if Liberty would return and who she would choose for a mate. A male who appeared similar to one of the ones that had been in the area over the summer appeared first, and then on October 6, 2013, GlassCutter7 caught Liberty and a male working on the nest; Liberty's new mate was named Spirit in a contest run by the Record Searchlight newspaper. The pair laid three eggs, but unfortunately none of them hatched. There were several disruptions which might have resulted in damage to one or more of the eggs (though they looked all right afterwards), and the logistics of mating are quite complex, so it is possible that they didn't achieve the type of contact needed to transfer sperm, or at least not enough to fertilize the eggs. That does seem to be a skill that improves with practice, so we all had our fingers crossed for 2015.

And it worked! Liberty laid three eggs in 2015 - and she and Spirit raised three healthy eaglets, named Pi, Paddy and Poppy! I'm thinking it was a bit of a steep learning curve for new Dad Spirit - but he came through with flying colors, learning to brood eggs that wiggled and pecked at him, and bringing a whole lot of food to his growing chicks! Here's a screenshot by karenbills of Spirit feeding his chicks for the first time:

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2016 turned out to be another year of changes, happily ending with the successful fledge of two eaglets. We were all excited to learn that with a big thanks to the Friends of the Redding Eagles (FORE) and technical support from streaming partner HDonTap, two new high-definition cameras (one with night vision and both with sound) were installed for the 2015-2016 nesting season. Unfortunately, we forgot to ask the eagles, and they started a new nest not far from the one they had been using - but then moved on to a tree near the 5th hole on a private golf course a couple of miles away (and some excellent research by eaglewoman and Roger who works at the golf course and who is a great photographer uncovered the fact that Liberty and her previous mate Patriot checked out this area in 2012 - the last time they changed nests!). Unfortunately, because it was an active private golf course, access to the nest was limited to one day a week - though the staff did provide updates when they saw interesting behavior - so we knew when there were likely eggs in the nest, and when there was likely at least one chick - and the exciting day the second chick was seen. The chicks were named Birdie and Bogey, in honor of their new nest location - and both fledged successfully. Click here for eaglewoman's great summary of the 2015-2016 season posted on our old forum. Here's a look at the golf course nest, courtesy of eaglewoman and thanks to the Riverview Golf Course:

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History - part 3:

2017 was another year of changes. The adults returned to the golf course, worked on their nest, and we think laid at least one egg - and then the nest came down February 11 as a result of a series of bad storms; one of the people at the golf course thought he saw pieces of egg shell amid the debris, and Liberty does usually lay her eggs in the first part of February. They appeared to check out an old hawk's nest - then in February 17 eaglewoman confirmed they were near the Turtle Bay nest - and that's where they laid what we think is a second clutch in early March. Unfortunately, there were a lot of issues with cameras (including the electrical equipment at the base of the tree being submerged - and replaced - twice when heavy rain necessitated releases from an upstream dam) and they were not on consistently until May 1, but our intrepid observers reported that they appeared to be incubating on March 10, and appeared to have a chick on April 18 (the cams showed two eggs but the other didn't hatch); the chick was named Solo about a week after the cams came back. We had hoped that the rest of the nesting season would go smoothly, but that was not to be. There were record high temperatures for at least a week starting in mid-June (when chicks who hatched in the first part of February would be fledging, and able to follow the parents to the cooler spots by the river), and it proved too much for Solo; he lost his footing while branching on June 24, and was found and rescued the next morning, but died shortly afterwards; eaglewoman/Terri's in-depth report of the events begins here. There was a necropsy, and no diseases or toxins were found, which was good news for the adults and the chicks we hope they have in 2018. Click here for eaglewoman's summary of the 2017 nesting season.

RitaR's screenshot of the family, June 4, when Solo was almost 7 weeks old; Spirit at the top just delivered a fish, and Liberty is arriving to serve dinner:
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Eaglewoman's last photo of Solo, taken Saturday morning, June 24:
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Re: Redding, CA - 2018 - Bald Eagle Cam

Post by JudyB » Thu Feb 22, 2018 8:23 am

Summary of Posts for the 2018 Nesting Season from the Old Forum - part 1:

Please do spend some time looking through the posts on the previous forum - link is http://www.hancockwildlife.org/forum/vi ... ic=1035831 - and eaglewoman has some spectacular pictures of Liberty and Spirit - and some visitors!

Liberty and Spirit returned as usual in October and spent some time at their nest with the cameras at Turtle Bay - but they also spent some time checking out the trees at the Riverview Golf & Country Club where they had nested in 2016 and tried to nest in 2017, and they seemed to settle on a gray pine tree there to build their nest. Eaglewoman posted these views of the new nest on December 11, with the comment "The tree they are building in is a Gray Pine Tree and they are notoriously leany trees with shallow roots! But, I thought the trunk looked straight & sturdy, it's just the branch they built the nest on has quite a lean to it!":
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Re: Redding, CA - 2018 - Bald Eagle Cam

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Summary of Posts for the 2018 Nesting Season from the Old Forum - part 2:

The pair was observed bonding for the first time on December 30th - here's eaglewoman's photo of them preparing:
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Liberty and Spirit visited the nest with the cameras fairly often through the month of January, and occasionally did some work on it - here's a picture from January 24 by Carole:
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And they brought in some sticks and grass on February 2nd - this action shot was captured by RitaR:
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Summary of Posts for the 2018 Nesting Season from the Old Forum - part 3:

However, while they were spending time at the Turtle Bay nest with the cameras, making sure it was clear to other eagles that it was not available - they spent longer blocks of time working on the nest at the Riverview Golf & Country Club - and on February 6, Roger (who works there and is interested in the eagles) reported that he saw Liberty and Spirit do two switches at the Riverview nest - which suggested that they were incubating an egg. They were seen at the Turtle Bay nest around 9 am - and apparently she laid the egg at Riverview soon afterwards.

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Post by Eaglewoman » Thu Mar 01, 2018 4:33 pm

Welcome to our brand new HWF Forum folks!!! A big THANK YOU goes out to JudyB & everyone who was involved in getting this set up for us!:thumlft:

I have been lucky enough to see Miss Liberty in the Turtle Bay area the past few days! I haven't had time to post any of my pictures, so I will try to get caught up!

On Monday, I found lovely Liberty on the Christmas Tree! It was very cold and windy, but she still managed to perch there for a bit!
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Re: Redding, CA - 2018 - Bald Eagle Cam

Post by Eaglewoman » Thu Mar 01, 2018 4:38 pm

Liberty was looking to the east quite a bit, I wasn't sure if she had another eagle or raptor spotted?

She eventually took off and headed in that direction before heading south down the river toward Riverview...

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Post by Eaglewoman » Thu Mar 01, 2018 4:42 pm

On Tuesday afternoon, I took a spin around the TB area after school and almost fell off my bike when I saw an eagle on Bluff Branch!!! :mihihi:

I haven't seen either Liberty or Spirit on that perch in so long! I rode over there, and sure enough, there she was in all her glory!

It is saying that my file size is too large for those photos, so I will check with JudyB and see if there is some way to reduce their size a bit?

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Post by JudyB » Thu Mar 01, 2018 5:29 pm

Try now, Terri - and I'll be in touch tomorrow about ways to make your files smaller. But for now, I've raised the limits as we all want to see your pictures!

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Post by Eaglewoman » Fri Mar 02, 2018 9:53 pm

:huggie: Okay thanks JudyB I will give it another shot!

This is Liberty on Bluff Branch on Tuesday around 5pm...
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Post by Eaglewoman » Fri Mar 02, 2018 9:59 pm

I tried moving to a different spot along the river and took a few shots of Liberty from that angle. If you remember, this area was devastated by the flooding in the Sacramento River last year. It is so exposed now with all of the trees below Bluff Branch wiped out by the high river flows through that area!

That is one reason I thought the eagles might not like this particular perch anymore, but I was pleasantly surprised to see Miss Liberty up there again!
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Post by Eaglewoman » Fri Mar 02, 2018 10:04 pm

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Liberty did a nice wing stretch too!


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Post by Eaglewoman » Fri Mar 02, 2018 10:11 pm

Lib was looking down below Bluff a few times...
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Lib finally lifted off and flew down toward the river...


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Post by Eaglewoman » Fri Mar 02, 2018 10:32 pm

Liberty landed on a gravel bar and proceeded to get a drink from the river...

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Post by Eaglewoman » Fri Mar 02, 2018 10:43 pm

Liberty then took off and headed south toward the Highway 44 Bridge and toward the Riverview nest where she has laid her egg(s) this year!

On Wednesday morning, as I was riding up toward the TB Nest tree area, I heard some eagle calls? I looked closely and spotted 2 adult eagles perched on the same branch? One was Liberty, and she had a fish in her talons. The other adult I did not recognize? Liberty was peal calling at this other eagle and it was calling back to her...

It sure seems that Liberty & Spirit are having a hard time catching their prey and eating in peace this year! There have been a lot of young eagles in the TB area this year! It could be another reason they moved down to Riverview, not as much eagle traffic! :mihihi:

They have also chosen a Gray Pine Tree again this year? They normally nest in Cottonwood Trees in our area, so it is interesting that they keep going with the Gray Pines? It could be that the cottonwood trees are brittle after the long drought we endured for so many years in our area?
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Here is a close up of the other adult eagle? I thought it was a sub adult at first, but I don't see any dark markings on the head or tail?

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Post by Eaglewoman » Fri Mar 02, 2018 10:49 pm

The other eagle took off and headed toward Family Tree, and Liberty began devouring her fish...

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Post by Eaglewoman » Fri Mar 02, 2018 10:54 pm

She wiped off her beak...
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Then, she just sat there looking pretty for a bit...
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Post by Eaglewoman » Fri Mar 02, 2018 10:57 pm

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Liberty took off and headed south over the Highway 44 Bridge. I had to get going but I did see what I thought was that other adult on the Family Tree as I was driving by on the Highway Bridge. Hope to see it down there again so I can get some more close up pics of it!

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Post by RitaR » Sun Mar 04, 2018 9:50 am

Hi Terri! Beautiful photo's of Liberty! Just wanted to let you know that I checked the cam several times yesterday and all I got was that old video. Today it's the same thing. I'm not getting the live cam at all to check.

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Post by Eaglewoman » Sun Mar 04, 2018 2:47 pm

Thanks Rita! Glad to see you here!

Yes, I saw that today! We have had some cloudy weather here in Redding so I think it went to it's default program? That seems to be what happens after several days in a row of no sun to power up those solar panels!

I didn't see any eagles down there at all today, not even a young one! That's the first time that has happened in quite sometime!

It won't be long before we have a hatch! We are looking at March 15-17th? Roger said he will keep a close eye out that week to see if food is being brought into the nest!

I will head down there on March 26th & hopefully will be able to count heads through my spotting scope so we know how many bobbleheads we have this season! :thumlft:

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Post by Eaglewoman » Sun Mar 04, 2018 2:51 pm

I found this sub adult on a gravel bar eating a fish a few weeks ago. Spirit was nearby and also eating a dead salmon on another gravel bar that morning. Spirit flew over the sub adult and headed to the Family Tree and after this one gorged itself on dead salmon, it flew in that same direction.

I rode over there and found it perched above the River Trail not far from the Family Tree area. It was a gorgeous bird!
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Post by Eaglewoman » Sun Mar 04, 2018 2:56 pm

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This sub adult had a very full crop! That's what I meant when I said it had gorged itself on the dead salmon!

Good to see it eating so well!
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Post by Eaglewoman » Sun Mar 04, 2018 3:00 pm

I waited and watched for quite a while until the sub adult finally lifted off and headed over my head toward the river.

Now you can see it's full beauty as it lifts off...
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Post by RitaR » Thu Mar 08, 2018 4:52 pm

Hi Terri. Just popping in to tell you that I have been checking the cam for the past several days. It's still just playing the old video. I'll keep checking. Maybe one of these days it will be working again. Love the photos!

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Post by Eaglewoman » Fri Mar 09, 2018 10:28 pm

Hi Rita! Thanks so much for checking! Glad you enjoyed the pictures!

There haven't been many sightings of our eagles this past week in the TB area!

But, I did find our lovely Liberty on the Christmas Tree on Wednesday morning...
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