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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Sun Oct 11, 2020 9:20 am

Chronicle of a death announced in the land of the Ospreys in Port Lincoln (Aus).
After 2 or 3 days without access to food Tap the younger of the 3 osplets is stuck between his two giant siblings. In addition, at mealtime now and systematically, he suffers their wrath by vicious and terrible blows to the head. At this point I think prayers or crossing your fingers becomes unnecessary.
We have to be prepared to let Tap go because he won't hold out much longer ... Only time will say when now.
:cry1: :brknhrt:
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Don't move, don't eat and don't cry Tap!
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Help me...!
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Pascale » Sun Oct 11, 2020 9:41 am

unfortunately we must pray tap is leaving this terrible life of suffering as soon as possible :cry1: .

This nest has an awful reputation, systemic siblicide of the youngest. in this case I can't watch. I'm only lightening a candle for this little soul.
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Sun Oct 11, 2020 10:04 pm

Pascale wrote:
Sun Oct 11, 2020 9:41 am
unfortunately we must pray tap is leaving this terrible life of suffering as soon as possible :cry1: .
This nest has an awful reputation, systemic siblicide of the youngest. in this case I can't watch. I'm only lightening a candle for this little soul.
:brknhrt: Today 10-12-2020, around 08h20 08h30 at Port Lincoln, Tap was 18 days old.

Tap took one last breath, opened his wings and flew away silently, leaving his siblings, Mother, Father, and all of us, all alone.
RIP little one, you are not alone and will never be. :cry1: :rh:
At this moment, 15h37, Tap lies on his back, under his two siblings which have just been fed a very big fish.
2020-10-12_06h53_03.jpg
last family reunion before the tragedy
Tap, your ordeal is over. See you Tap. :brknhrt:

Tonite there (21h44), all 3, Mom and the two osplets are sleeping and warming the poor lifleless little body which stayed inside the nest... I'm sure Tap, from where it is now, loves that. :rh:

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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Tue Oct 13, 2020 10:41 pm

10-14-2020
All seems good in Australia
As SE25 is already a fledger for 2 or 3 days now, SE26 is alone in the nest but going better and better each day even if he has still the same problem with one leg
2020-10-14_07h28_26.jpg
courtesy of [email protected] Australia Discovery Centre, Sydney Olympic Park
At Melbourne, the crops are full
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Tue Oct 13, 2020 10:44 pm

At Port Lincoln the two olders are ok even if today there were less fishes in the nest
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More fishes in the afternoon so all is good


At Orange the little guy seems good even if we can hear often his beautiful voice :mihihi:
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:luck: for all these guys :luck:
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Thu Oct 15, 2020 10:59 pm

Old message from Ventana Wildlife Society (13 days ago)
"... The new outside view to Iniko’s nest won’t disappoint. The nest cam will operate on limited daytime hours to preserve the power supply and maximize Iniko time.
Iniko has been doing well and Redwood Queen is doing her best to keep up with her almost full grown chick. Iniko is due to fledge anywhere from the end of October to early November, or even later. Iniko will begin spending more time perched in the entrance just before fledging. For those who watched Pasquale fledge in 2018, it will be a very similar process.
Sadly, we are still missing 9 condors and it appears they were likely lost in the fire. This fall we will be releasing 9 condors in central CA in collaboration with Pinnacles National Park. To us, the new release candidates as well as the wild chicks represent the future and a very positive outlook for condors. ..."

yesterday 10-15-2020 Iniko is doing great, not a fledger yet but still well fed by Redwood Queen...
https://explore.org/livecams/condors/co ... astle-nest
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Pascale » Fri Oct 16, 2020 1:03 am

so sad for little tap :rh: :brknhrt:
Iniko is very well taken care of by redwood Queen mom. Close farmers are providing food - still born calves- to the condors group :rh:

Orange chick Izzi is a feisty, active and screaming chick, throwing tantrums each time Di wants to brood him. which becomes very difficult with his size. when he moves close to stones mom is bringing him back, pulling him by head feathers !

warching him is awesome. Unfortunately the eggbert cracked and the expert said there's a dead chick inside :(
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Sunnybird1995 » Fri Oct 16, 2020 5:29 am

Bonjour everyone.

Merci Pascale
Merci Philjo
For your updates on Sidney SE, SE 25 & Se26
Melbourne nest
Orange nest
& Iniko, the condor

It is a peaceful Friday morning at the Mississippi River Flyway cam
07:15
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MRF Cam 16 Oct 2020 07:15 Sunrise
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Fri Oct 16, 2020 11:13 pm

You're welcome Sunnybird


:announce: :announce: :announce:
From https://explore.org/livecams/condors/co ... astle-nest
Ventana Wildlife Soc Mod • 3 hours ago
Hi Everyone- what a wild end to the day!

Life in the wild is unexpected and that's exactly what we saw this afternoon. We try not to label condors as good or bad, they are living in the moment and they are ALWAYS trying to improve there standing in the flock. We have learned so much about condor behavior over the years but there is always more to understand. We believe 729 is simply trying to secure a very prized territory. This type of behavior is what drives species to survive and remain strong. We are distraught about losing King Pin, but we also know another male must take his place.

Fortunately, Iniko (at 175 days old) is well within fledging age and fully capable of learning how to fly based on feather growth and overall physical development. Most condors fledge between 170-180 days old. Just for reference, many chicks have fledged by tripping and falling out the nest, almost by natural design. 729's aggression was hard to watch, but Iniko was incredibly resilient in holding off 729's attacks. And Redwood Queen was quick to protect her baby and she did it quite well. I think 729 had a serious wake up call.

Is Iniko injured? The slope and ground below the nest are very unstable from recent fires so Iniko is more than likely just having a hard time navigating the terrain. We don't believe Iniko has suffered any injuries. This is Iniko's first time outside the nest cavity, EVER, so it's probably a bit overwhelming and a simple task like walking in uneven terrain can be very challenging at first. The first night after fledging is typically spent close to the ground. However, as you saw today, Redwood Queen is always close by, ready to protect her baby.

Thank you all for the comments and conerns, we are right there with you. We have a dedicated field crew that are continually monitoring the situation. Have a Good Night!

Some pics of the battle
first try to invade the place by the green mark one, but Mom (red mark) arrived and was able to chase the invader
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First try
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Iniko in submissive position
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2nd try to take over the place but Mom arrived and everybody is pulled out
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Fri Oct 16, 2020 11:17 pm

cont
Empty nest
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On the ground, the green marked vulture tried to approach Iniko but RedwoodQueen chased him.
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Fri Oct 16, 2020 11:19 pm

last 3 pics
Before the end of the streaming (solar panel powered) Iniko is still on the ground but Mom is closed to him...
2020-10-17_08h05_38.jpg
2020-10-17_08h06_05.jpg
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:luck: :luck: :luck:

From Cali Condor https://explore.org/livecams/condors/co ... astle-nest
:vid: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vA8vLB ... e=youtu.be
Cali Condor • 2 hours ago • edited
Big Sur Condors🗓Iniko After Fledge🐦Ninja Pushes In On The Territory⚔RQ Fends Him Off👍2020-10-16
Video 📽 Big Sur Condors🗓Iniko After Fledge🐦Ninja Pushes In On… — disq.us
Iniko's accidental fledge was forced by intruding male #729 Ninja
It appears that Ninja pushes in on this territory now that Kingpin is out of the picture. Redwood Queen fends him off.

00:10 Cam finds Iniko below the nest tree
00:27 Ninja approaches Iniko. RQ chases him off
01:25 Ninja and RQ perched together. Ninja makes a move toward Iniko, RQ chases him off
02:03 RQ chases Ninja off
02:19 Ninja makes a move toward Iniko, RQ chases him off
02:48 Ninja makes a move toward Iniko, RQ chases him off
03:44 Iniko inspects his/her surroundings while adults are away
09:20 Ninja makes a move toward Iniko, RQ chases him off
11:43 Ninja makes a move toward Iniko, RQ... you got the idea 😉 This time she supplants him off the high perch
13:53 Iniko is getting ready for bed


Another :vid: by LadyHawk, :ty:

Big Sur Condors ~ Redwood Queen DEFENDS Iniko From Ninja #729! Iniko Gets EJECTED From Nest 10.16.20
Lady Hawk

Ninja #729 a six year old male condor came to the nest twice this afternoon. Redwood Queen flew to the front porch and evicted Ninja. He came back 6 minutes later and this time entered the nest cavity and was aggressive to Iniko who fought back. Redwood Queen flies in and defends her chick fiercely. Iniko is seen trying to get out of the way at the front porch, but all three end up getting ejected. Iniko tries valiantly to hang on but can't and falls to the ground below. Redwood Queen and Ninja are both on the ground and RQ protects and defends Iniko from Ninja.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7uIyTma9SK0
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Pascale » Sat Oct 17, 2020 4:39 am

poor little one. he has such a hard beginning of life. I hope you have a safe night and maybe VWS can check on you tomorrow. and maybe help you if you need.
You're so precious to us ! I'm praying for your safety :rh:
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Pascale » Tue Oct 20, 2020 10:03 pm

iniko has been rescued after it was noticed he had a leg injury.

BREAKING NEWS!! Baby Condor Iniko Safely Rescued After Injury in Big Sur, CA

Baby Condor Iniko, who was forced out of his/her nest for the first time on Friday, was rescued on Monday afternoon by the Ventana Field Crew after discovering Iniko sustained a leg injury. Iniko's father, #167 Kingpin, has been missing since the Dolan Fire burned through the Condor Sanctuary in August, leaving #190 Redwood Queen to care for Iniko by herself.
Iniko was ready to fledge,(fly for the first time), when six-year-old male condor #729 Ninja started to push in on Kingpin's territory and forced Iniko out of the nest on Friday, October 16. Iniko landed safely below the redwood tree and was protected by mother Redwood Queen as Ninja continued to display territorial behavior. It is not surprising that Ninja began to move in on the former territory of male condor Kingpin, but Redwood Queen prevailed in protecting Iniko.

Thanks to Condor Cam, powered by explore.org, viewers from all over the world have watched Iniko grow up in a cavity of a redwood tree in Big Sur, California. All was good at first until the Dolan Fire ripped apart this condor family. With Kingpin out of the picture and having survived the wildfire itself, Iniko's fate was never certain. Watch Iniko's story here.

After careful observation by the VWS Field Crew, it was determined that Iniko’s departure from the nest resulted in a leg injury that would require treatment. The rescue occurred yesterday morning, Monday October 19, and Iniko is now safely at the Los Angeles Zoo for care. Condors are typically released into the wild at 1.5 years old. After some time at the zoo, Iniko will be released to the wild next year.
This rescue would not have been possible if not for the efforts of Redwood Queen who fiercely protected her chick, both in the nest and on the ground. While it tugs on our heart that Redwood Queen returned to find her young missing, it is comforting to know that Iniko lives and Redwood Queen will raise young again, maybe even as soon as next year.
The addition of Iniko and other wild-fledged condors, gives us hope for a brighter future. We remain committed to ongoing releases of captive-bred condors in central California so that we can Restore the Big Sur Flock. Please consider donating to our Rebuild and Restore fund so that we may continue this vital work.
Warm Regards,
Kelly Sorenson
Executive Director
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Pascale » Wed Oct 21, 2020 2:08 pm

the beautiful black eagle juvie Motsumi!
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Wed Oct 21, 2020 10:21 pm

What a beautiful one, merci Pascale!


and about Iniko the :vid: where we can see that Iniko has some difficulties walking.
:ty: to Lady Hawk
Big Sur CA Condors ~ BREAKING NEWS! Baby Iniko RESCUED With Leg Injury! 🐦💕 10.20.20
This is my last coverage of Iniko showing him stumbling while trying to walk and limping taken on 10/18/20. Iniko was rescued by VWS on 10/19/20.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGAJBNCvqh8
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Pic from the video
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Fri Oct 23, 2020 12:16 am

Ventana Wildlife Soc Mod • 13 hours ago https://explore.org/livecams/condors/ca ... -sanctuary
Iniko Update- 10/22/20
Great news, we successfully evacuated Iniko on Monday. We became increasingly concerned for Iniko last weekend after spending the night on the ground, which is a vulnerable position for any young condor. Iniko is now residing at Los Angeles Zoo, receiving top-notch medical care. LA Zoo not only treat wild condors but they also rear the condors that we release to the wild. More good news, we were informed that Iniko’s leg is not broken and the limp was likely due to a mild muscle strain or leg bruise. Overall, Iniko’s health is looking pretty good and we anticipate a full recovery.

What will happen next? Iniko will spend the next couple weeks under close observation at LA Zoo and then be placed in a pen with other young condors. If all goes well, Iniko will released back to the wild in central California this time next year. Fingers crossed!

Thank you all for your heart felt support of Iniko and the entire condor flock. The last two months were emotionally draining for all involved.

Keep an eye out for Redwood Queen on the Sanctuary cam, she might start looking for a new mate in the coming months. The next nesting season is only a few months away, so stay tuned, maybe we will have another nest to watch! Also, we will be releasing 7 condors in November. The fire was a devastating set back, but let the rebuilding begin! Thank you!
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Fri Oct 23, 2020 12:20 am

SE26 Update
courtesy of "EagleCAM @BirdlifeAustralia Discovery Centre, Sydney Olympic Park"

WBSE-Bot @Bot 2h
SE25 and SE26 are ~12 weeks old. SE25 took a first flight away from the nest tree and out of cam range on October 14. Latest sighting Saturday 17th.
There are concerns for SE26. For latest update about 26 as of 20 October please check out https://tinyurl.com/se26-update-20Oct For other updates check out https://www.facebook.com/Sea.EagleCAM/


From FB
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EagleCAM
20 octobre, 12:54 ·
Many of our Eagle Watchers have been asking about whether we can intervene and take SE26 from the nest for veterinary assessment and care,
We are complying with our approved strategy of non-intervention and watching closely. SE26 on the nest is safe, eating, and getting stronger. We acknowledge SE26 has problems and have strategies in place to step in if required when all is authorised. If it is agreed by the authorising authority that it is safe and appropriate to intervene, we shall.
Should SE26 fall from the nest, there are arrangements in place to take it into care.
2020-10-23_09h20_16.jpg
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Sunnybird1995 » Sun Oct 25, 2020 6:14 am

Merci Philjo for the updates on Iniko & SE26.
:hug:
Iniko is a survivor! Great news about his sore leg and that it is not broken.

SE 26 is being monitored so all is well. :luck:
Wings crossed for both SE26 & Iniko.

Sunday's pic at the Mississippi River Flyway Cam
https://www.raptorresource.org/birdcams/flyway-cam/
A beautiful close up of a sub-adult Eagle.
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MRF Cam 25 Oct 2020 Sub Adult 08:00
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Sunnybird1995 » Sun Oct 25, 2020 12:30 pm

Weather at LaCrosse, WI
30 degrees F :cold1:
And 2 adult Eagles.
25 Oct 2020
02:25 local time.
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MRF cam 25 Oct 2020 2 adult eagles
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Pascale » Sun Oct 25, 2020 1:17 pm

now at Decorah north
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Eagle at Decorah North
And Decorah Decorah
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Decorah nest
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Mon Oct 26, 2020 12:14 am

yw Sunnybird

10-26-2020. Live from Australia

SE26 with a big crop but not able to self feed entirely as one of his leg/talon/ankle?? is painful and not working normally. (still no news about SE25) :luck: for both :luck: https://sea-eaglecam.org/video.html
2020-10-26_08h06_18.jpg

The 3 little falconets from Melbourne. all is good until now. :luck: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=73XEl-ilz7c
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Post by Philjo56France » Mon Oct 26, 2020 12:18 am

Cont
2 full osplets from Port Lincoln https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3D3ttspUmHk
2020-10-26_08h13_38.jpg

And little Izzi, falconet from Orange https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-KNCpKDKt7Y
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Pascale » Thu Oct 29, 2020 4:52 pm

What a wonderful sight to see se26 out of his nest ! he fledged this morning at 8:33:45 at 91 days old to the cam tree. he stayed there playing with wires, flew back to the nest before flying off again to the same branch :woohoo:
congratulations little one, mom and dad !!
Just as a reminder se26 suffers a leg injury from the beginning and was always behind older sibling.
Se25 hasn't been spotted since oct 17th. this is very worrisome.

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now I go !
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Hello ! what am I doing up there ?
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Fri Oct 30, 2020 12:00 am

Pascale wrote:
Thu Oct 29, 2020 4:52 pm
What a wonderful sight to see se26 out of his nest ! he fledged this morning at 8:35:45 to the cam tree. he stayed there playing with wires, flew back to the nest before flying off again to the same branch :woohoo:
congratulations little one, mom and dad !!
Just as a reminder se26 suffers a leg injury from the beginning and was always behind older sibling.
Se25 hasn't been spotted since oct 17th. this is very worrisome.


Screenshot_20201029-233826_Chrome.jpg

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:bravo: SE26 ! :woohoo: :thumlft:
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courtesy of "EagleCAM @BirdlifeAustralia Discovery Centre, Sydney Olympic Park"
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courtesy of "EagleCAM @BirdlifeAustralia Discovery Centre, Sydney Olympic Park"
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courtesy of "EagleCAM @BirdlifeAustralia Discovery Centre, Sydney Olympic Park"
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Pascale » Fri Oct 30, 2020 1:47 am

SE26, lady and dad celebrating with an eel. what a sweet picture.
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congratulations SE26 !
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Fri Oct 30, 2020 6:07 am

Philjo56France wrote:
Fri Oct 23, 2020 12:16 am
Ventana Wildlife Soc Mod • 13 hours ago https://explore.org/livecams/condors/ca ... -sanctuary
Iniko Update- 10/22/20
Great news, we successfully evacuated Iniko on Monday. We became increasingly concerned for Iniko last weekend after spending the night on the ground, which is a vulnerable position for any young condor. Iniko is now residing at Los Angeles Zoo, receiving top-notch medical care. LA Zoo not only treat wild condors but they also rear the condors that we release to the wild. More good news, we were informed that Iniko’s leg is not broken and the limp was likely due to a mild muscle strain or leg bruise. Overall, Iniko’s health is looking pretty good and we anticipate a full recovery.

What will happen next? Iniko will spend the next couple weeks under close observation at LA Zoo and then be placed in a pen with other young condors. If all goes well, Iniko will released back to the wild in central California this time next year. Fingers crossed!

Thank you all for your heart felt support of Iniko and the entire condor flock. The last two months were emotionally draining for all involved.

Keep an eye out for Redwood Queen on the Sanctuary cam, she might start looking for a new mate in the coming months. The next nesting season is only a few months away, so stay tuned, maybe we will have another nest to watch! Also, we will be releasing 7 condors in November. The fire was a devastating set back, but let the rebuilding begin! Thank you!
Time to wish to the condor, Kingpin #167, the Redwood Queen's mate and the Iniko's Dad an endless soaring... :rh: :cry1:
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Sat Oct 31, 2020 12:28 am

In Memory of KingPin
:brknhrt: Kingpin #167 :brknhrt: The flock leader. :(
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From the Chat: Betsy • 7 hours ago • edited https://explore.org/livecams/condors/ca ... -sanctuary
Basically the same as the other news article with a few new details. From https://www.mercurynews.com... (but, page keeps shutting on me!!)

"Big Sur’s Dolan Fire: Shirtless, ranting man admitted arson, witnesses say
Ivan Gomez reportedly worked at an illegal marijuana grow in the area
By CNN.COM WIRE SERVICE
PUBLISHED: October 30, 2020 at 11:56 a.m. | UPDATED: October 30, 2020 at 12:12 p.m.
MONTEREY COUNTY, CA (KSBW) — Big Sur’s devastating Dolan Fire was started intentionally by a worker at an illegal marijuana grow who ignited dry grass with a Bic lighter, investigators say.

Details were made public Thursday at a preliminary hearing for the accused arsonist, Ivan Geronimo Gomez, 30, of Fresno.

The Dolan Fire, which started Aug. 18, has burned 125,000 acres (195 square miles) and destroyed 14 homes and six other structures. Three firefighters were injured on Sept. 8 when their position was overtaken by flames, and one has been in a hospital’s burn unit since then.

The Dolan was one of a number of large wildfires reported in Northern California Aug. 16-18 — but, unlike the others, it was not started by lightning, investigators said. Rangers responding to reports of flames near Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park said they encountered the defendant — shirtless, throwing rocks at vehicles and making bizarre statements.

Gomez reportedly had three lighters in his possession and admitted to starting the fire, one of the parks employees said at the hearing.

Gomez’s attorney, Deputy Public Defender Mike Belter, contended that without his client’s alleged confession prosecutors had no evidence connecting him to the fire.

Countered prosecutor Meredith Sillman: “He was found with lighters on his person, he was in a remote area, he was in the area to start the fire. And so I think all of the circumstantial evidence around and in addition to his statements showed that he had started this fire.”

Investigators said Gomez was part of an illegal marijuana growing operation that had roughly 1,500 plants.

When emergency crews arrived, Gomez reportedly claimed to have killed several people at the marijuana camp. So far, no human remains have been found, a Monterey County sheriff’s detective said in court.

In a new development, PETA has sent a letter to district attorney Jeannine Pacioni urging her to file animal cruelty charges against Gomez for any wildlife that may have died as a result of his alleged actions. Sheriff’s investigator Bryon Hoskins testified that 11 condors that had tracking devices are unaccounted for. It’s unknown if they died.

For now, Gomez has been charged with six felony counts of aggravated arson, arson of a structure or forest, arson causing injury to a firefighter, throwing objects at a vehicle and cultivation of marijuana.

After the preliminary hearing, judge Pam Butler ordered Gomez to stand trial on all charges.

A conviction on the aggravated arson charge alone could land Gomez in prison for life.

He’s scheduled to be arraigned on the charges on December 16.

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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Sat Oct 31, 2020 12:38 am

Some views from Australia

Melbourne
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Port Lincoln
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Orange
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Post by Philjo56France » Sat Oct 31, 2020 12:39 am

and last
Sydney
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I posted also a little message to SE25, SE26's missing bro. viewtopic.php?p=384537#p384537
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Post by Philjo56France » Mon Nov 02, 2020 12:02 am

11-02-2020
The 3 little guys from Melbourne
:luck: always healthy :luck:
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