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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by NestFriend » Mon Jun 17, 2019 10:29 am

Dear Rainna, thank you for sending us your note. I’m so happy to hear from you and that you are well now. We missed you! So good to know that you are coming back for Season 8.

My sympathies for the loss of your sister and dad. May they both Rest In Peace in the presence of our good Lord and may He grant you peace of heart. :
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by NestFriend » Mon Jun 17, 2019 10:59 am

This has been such a bad year for many of the nests :brknhrt: Sorry to hear about the NJ falcons...Pascale, I’m so angry at those 2 spraying water on them. I’m hoping that they did not know what they were doing. Also sorry to hear about the Roberts Bay eaglets...Eagleslanding, do you know what happened to them?

Thanks Phil, Lannie and Sunnybird for your updates and links for the Decorah’s eaglets. :luck: love your pictures of the Mississippi River, Sunnybird. :rh:

I’m only following closely the Smola nest, this is the third season for me...those two eaglets are so cute and smart, just like their parents. :rh: :rh: Thanks Pascale for posting the scaps here.
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by laniebelle » Mon Jun 17, 2019 1:06 pm

Posted on SWFEC Facebook page: Nest Notes by Dad's Jazz:
Father’s Day Nest Notes: Dedicated Dad & Loyal Mate
SOUTHWEST FLORIDA EAGLE CAM·SUNDAY, JUNE 16, 2019
M15 is honored on Father’s Day as the loyal mate to Harriet and dedicated Dad to their offspring. As a young male Eagle, M15 made a grand entrance into Harriet’s life in her time of need, endeared himself to her and won the right to be her mate. He has matured into an exceptionally skilled provider and protector for his family. His rugged, fierce demeanor is tempered with his tenderness in caring for his young and attentiveness to Harriet. Over the Seasons, M15 and Harriet have grown solid in their bond to each other and have successfully raised seven offspring who have gone off well prepared to live their lives as majestic Eagles. M15 has far outdone himself teaching his young with patience and devotion. He looks tattered and worn as nesting Season draws to a close. He has given all he has unselfishly for his precious family. M15 has begun his well-deserved rest now that he has mastered the role of Eagle Dad. Nest Notes by dadsjazz

Video Extras
Ground Video by wskrsnwings
SWFL Eagles_Multitasker M15 Flushes Hawks & Hunts The Pond While Gathering Sticks 10-24-18 http://bit.ly/2CF77cl
Last Day~Dad & E12 At Yonder Pond~Hunting By Air & Soaring~Bothersome Birds 05-16-19 http://bit.ly/2HulocD

Video by Lady Hawk (from SWFEC cameras)
SWFL Eagles ~ Daddy's Home ~ M Sees E12 For First Time; E12 Closeups; Harriet Brings Fish 12.23.18 http://bit.ly/2QLpioO
SWFL Eagles ~ M Shares His Food With Harriet ~ Both Feed E12 ~ 12.30.18 http://bit.ly/2Ssjyx6
SWFL Eagles ~ Fish #7 ~ Private Feeding For E13 By Dad ~ Mom Steps On E12 1.18.19 http://bit.ly/2B3UCFF
SWFL Eagles ~ I'm Still Handsome Even While Molting ~ Adorable Lovable M 5.27.19 http://bit.ly/2YQP0Yy
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Sunnybird1995 » Mon Jun 17, 2019 4:40 pm

:ty:
Thank you Laniebelle for Dad's Jazz tribute to M15.

I just saw the update page for D33, "She" has been weighed and measured and moved to a 10 x 20 flight pen.
Still looking for E9 :rh: October 12, 2019

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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Mon Jun 17, 2019 11:26 pm

At Fulton, Trio nest, Harmony and Joy fledged yesterday :woohoo:
Harmony at 05h42 am
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQ6ECEe ... 8QBf6ArMCg

Joy at 07h38 am
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVjXYWN ... ljb7gX3fy8
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Tue Jun 18, 2019 2:26 am

there is almost no more nest at Dale Hollow
Have a look now there when 3 beautiful eaglets want to eat the same fish
flipped out 4 fish.webm by Goineasy
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BCS-vgFTsQ
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Sunnybird1995 » Tue Jun 18, 2019 4:26 am

From the Mississippi River Flyway Cam:
https://www.raptorresource.org/birdcams ... laska-cam/

This adult eagle is shaking his head also.
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by laniebelle » Tue Jun 18, 2019 8:21 am

Sunnybird, thanks for the update on D33. I found a little bit more info on the Explore page:

Update from SOAR on D33 on June 17, 2019......

~ The Eaglet Nursery ~
The snowy owl residents of one of the 10x20 flight pens were moved to their air conditioned summer quarters (Iowa heat and humidity are not what snowy owls like). Then the 10x20 flight pen was cleaned and made ready to be the 2019 Eaglet "Nursery."
Why only a 10x20 area? These eaglets need space to stretch out their wings, start flapping exercises, and making short flight attempts from point A to point B. Too much space, too soon is not always the best.
The first eaglets ready to move from ICU to the nursery are D33 and a hatch-year 2019 bald eagle from Allamakee County. These eaglets are reliably eating, drinking, and pooping. Any medication routines needed are complete. Patients will often "telegraph" that they are ready for a change of scenery.
Moving days like this are the time when eagles are weighed, a beak depth measurement taken, blood drawn for a blood lead level (if not already done), and a dose of ivomec to control external parasites. (We'll post separately about parasite control!)
D33 weighs in at 11.5 pounds and her beak depth measurement indicates she is a female. (Again... we'll post separately about beak depth measurement).
Allamakee is boy weighing 8.5 pounds and a beak depth consistent with male bald eagles.
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by laniebelle » Tue Jun 18, 2019 8:23 am

Philjo, thanks for the video links for the Trio nest as Harmony and Joy fledged. I thought the two of them would fly off together, but it was just a few hours apart. I am sure they are exploring together. It sure would be nice to have them return to the nest for visits. It has been a good season for the Trio this year, with the exception of Peace being knocked off the nest, but it seems that he is doing okay underneath the nest area.
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by eagleslanding » Tue Jun 18, 2019 8:53 am

Nestfriend go to the board index on Hancock Wildlife. Scroll down to ---'nests in BC with ground observers'. Click on that and search for Roberts bay nest site and click on that. There are alot of wonderful nest sites to follow up on on the board index.

The Australian sea birds laid their first egg on June 16.

There is a site on Hancock wildlife board index for your Smola Norway eagles. Under eagles outside of north america. Lady Hawk posts on that, Ferenz, Pascal also. You and Pascal would be great co-topic assistants for that site on Hancock.
Where are you following the smola eagles if not there. Looking for your posts there.

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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Tue Jun 18, 2019 9:45 am

In Hanover,
Stars the older (75 do) ejected from the nest by an adult Dad or Mom during a meal…
Hanover Eaglet Knocked Out of Nest
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzIVDLe ... e=youtu.be
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by rainna4 » Tue Jun 18, 2019 11:42 am

Thank you all, oh my gosh such heartfelt kindness brings tears to my eyes and warmth to my heart! You all are the best!, Thank you, Peggy, for your kindness and you are correct we have not chatted prior, which makes you a special person to share such kindness, and I so agree with you, this is a family of some amazing folks. A very special group of nature lovers and of many precious Eagle nests.
Kitcat, I am sorry to say that I did not receive your messages and think that some of mine were lost as well, but know that all of you were in my thoughts as I would try and catch up on several of the Eagle families. Many of the nests have changed partners this season and it was good to see so many have 2 or more eaglets, minus of course the Sauces nest, but I must say Kai's antics sure made up for being an only eaglet!
I have tried to keep up with the Trio nest, Decorah's nest and of course the Pritchett most amazing life and times of M15, Harriet, E12 & E13!

Stay safe this summer and look forward to being back this fall. Give your loved ones an extra hug everyday :rh:

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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Sunnybird1995 » Tue Jun 18, 2019 3:45 pm

From the Mississippi River Flyway cam:
https://www.raptorresource.org/birdcams ... laska-cam/

A gaggle of geese and a siege of blue herons.
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Sunnybird1995 » Tue Jun 18, 2019 5:25 pm

Another beautiful sunset at the Mississippi River Flyway cam.
:zzz:
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by NestFriend » Tue Jun 18, 2019 8:44 pm

eagleslanding wrote:
Tue Jun 18, 2019 8:53 am
Nestfriend go to the board index on Hancock Wildlife. Scroll down to ---'nests in BC with ground observers'. Click on that and search for Roberts bay nest site and click on that. There are alot of wonderful nest sites to follow up on on the board index.

The Australian sea birds laid their first egg on June 16.

There is a site on Hancock wildlife board index for your Smola Norway eagles. Under eagles outside of north america. Lady Hawk posts on that, Ferenz, Pascal also. You and Pascal would be great co-topic assistants for that site on Hancock.
Where are you following the smola eagles if not there. Looking for your posts there.
I watch the Smola nest on these sites:
Live Cam https://www.streambird.no/eagles-nest
YouTube https://youtu.be/MqyVT_uGjyo
And also on FB

Because I don’t have as much time as I did the last 2 seasons, I rely a lot on posts here about other nests. Thanks!
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Pascale » Tue Jun 18, 2019 11:10 pm

hi eagleslanding

I am so busy with the Smola nest - Facebook group but also moderating the chat with lady hawk. I wish I had more time to post on the HWF thread but it's impossible.
the 2 eaglets are now self-feeding but yesterday mom scared us a lot!

:vid: https://youtu.be/CH5Wj2VL1DU
but she's ok now

eaglets ate 54 and 52 days old
Screenshot_20190619-080646_YouTube.jpg
I saw that Sydney sea eagles laid their 1st egg. well, lady. after what happened last year I won't watch :no:
All scaps are courtesy of
http://dickpritchettrealestate.com/eagle-feed.html
or by photographers / videographers credited in my message
In love with Harriett and M Family !

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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Sunnybird1995 » Wed Jun 19, 2019 3:57 am

Merci Pascale.
I enjoy your videos of Smola nest.
Especially the one where eaglet #2 fussed at eaglet #1. :D

From the Mississippi River Flyway cam
https://www.raptorresource.org/birdcams ... laska-cam/

Another beautiful sunrise on the river this morning.
It looks like Monet has painted the sky.
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Wed Jun 19, 2019 7:01 am

Philjo56France wrote:
Tue Jun 18, 2019 2:26 am
there is almost no more nest at Dale Hollow
Have a look now there when 3 beautiful eaglets want to eat the same fish
flipped out 4 fish.webm by Goineasy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BCS-vgFTsQ
And again this morning
food delivery.webm by Goineasy
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hoFzuWAT9D0
:rh: E9 :rh: Almost 3 years old
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Wed Jun 19, 2019 7:08 am

And the new 2019 Spunky is there…
Red tailed Hawk Baby in Eagle's Nest with 2 Eaglets from MsEaglewoman

I found a red-tailed hawklet in an Eagle's Nest with 2 Eaglets! The adult eagles somehow took this little one in as one of their own & are feeding & caring for it along with their 2 eaglets! It's an amazing phenomena that has been documented before in 2017 on Vancouver Island in B.C.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qs4CAttRnuw

Pic from Terri's video
2019-06-19_16h08_00.jpg
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Sunnybird1995 » Wed Jun 19, 2019 4:00 pm

:eag: There is an update on DN9 at SOAR from 17th
DN9 has gained 1.5 pounds in 10 days.
See more at this link:
https://soarraptors.org/patients/dn9/
Still looking for E9 :rh: October 12, 2019

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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Thu Jun 20, 2019 12:15 am

Sunnybird1995 wrote:
Wed Jun 19, 2019 4:00 pm
:eag: There is an update on DN9 at SOAR from 17th
DN9 has gained 1.5 pounds in 10 days.
See more at this link:
https://soarraptors.org/patients/dn9/
Merci Sunnybird ! also one update for D32 they are both in the same enclosure with others...

New video from Terri, thanks to her about which one i call "Spunky II"
Red tailed hawklet in Bald Eagle's Nest
I went back out to check on the little red-tailed hawklet in the eagle's nest today! The little one seems to be doing well! Temperature was HOT here again today, over 100 degrees Farenheit! So the adult was providing shade for the little ones! The adult was panting which helps to cool them down! All seems to be going well so far!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hw5MyZVtVqA
a pic from the video
2019-06-20_09h08_15.jpg
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by laniebelle » Thu Jun 20, 2019 8:43 am

Sunnybird, the Mississippi River sunsets and sunrises are always so gorgeous. Thanks for posting here.

Pacale, I always enjoy your comments and photos about Smola, when you have the time.

Mimi, always nice to see you here.

Philjo, Wow - a Spunky II. That's exciting. Sounds like it is in Redding, California?

Here is a post from RRP Director John Howe, thanking all of the volunteers who helped in the rescue of D32, D33, and DN9 (from RRP's Facebook page):
It’s time to reflect on the past several weeks and the series of events that happened after our eaglets left their nests early. Now that all three eaglets have been found and are getting the care they need, we wanted to thank the people who generously donated their time and effort to make the rescue of D32, D33, and DN9 possible.

We’d like to start with a big “Thank you!” to followers and fans for the support, assistance, and positive energy that kept volunteers going during a very stressful and critical time. To the rescue team – we can’t thank you enough for generously donating your time and effort to make the rescue of all three eaglets possible. Without your help coordinating activities, watching, searching, recovering, and providing transportation, the eaglets would never have gotten where they needed to go. And we want to give a very special thanks to William Hahn and Andrew Olson, the young Decorah fisherman who found D32 while walking and fishing the creek, and to Garin Minser, the Iowa State student who helped William and Andrew get D32 to the hatchery. In addition to William, Andrew, and Garin, the rescue and care teams included:

Brian Malaise, Natural Resource Biologist and Manager at the Decorah Fish Hatchery
– Searched for and helped rescue D32 and D33
– Transported D33, DN9, and D32Brett Mandernack, Eagle Valley biologist and RRP Board member
– Searched for D32
Bryce McCarthy, seasonal Hatchery staff
– Searched for D32 and helped rescue D33
Caleb Chyle, volunteer
– Searched for D32
Chris Larson, Hatchery Technician
– Searched for and helped rescue D33
Craig Chyle, volunteer
– Searched for D32 and D33 and helped rescue D33
David and Ann Lynch, RRP Board member and wife
– Coordinated rescue and transportation efforts for all three eaglets
Dave Kester, RRP Master Bander and Board member
– Helped assess D33 and rescued DN9
Evan Lutkengaus, seasonal Hatchery staff
– Searched for D32 and helped rescue D33
John Dingley, RRP Board member
– Searched for and assessed DN9
Kay Neumann, executive director of Saving Our Avian Resources (SOAR) and SOAR staff and volunteers
– Collectively drove over 1,600 miles to transport the 3 birds to SOAR at separate times
– Currently providing treatment and care to D32, D33, and DN9
Kayden Anderlik, volunteer
– Searched for D32 and helped rescue D33
Dr. Laura Johnson, DVM and RRP Board memberProvided emergency care and overnight observation for DN9
Nora Hensley
– Helped monitor Mom and Dad’s flight paths and searched for D32
Patti Brice (volunteer)
– Helped search for D32 and assisted in the transport of D33, DN9, and D32
Rich Meredith (volunteer)
– Searched for and assessed DN9
Robin Brumm (volunteer)
– Helped monitor Mom and Dad’s flight paths and searched for D32
Ryan Schmitz, biologist and colleague of Brett Mandernack at Eagle Valley
– Searched for D32
Camera Operators
– Helped us keep up with events at both sites
Moderators
– Our chat and Facebook moderators went above and beyond to respond to an outpouring of questions, worries, love, and grief. Our social platforms were overwhelmed – literally! – by people who were concerned about the eagles. Our moderators did a wonderful job responding to them.
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Fri Jun 21, 2019 1:33 am

Yes Lanie, around Redding Ca
and 3 more vids from Terri
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ipqeLFKiMI8 Red tailed hawklet hanging with the 2 eaglets
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0HN3ia9k4o Red tailed Hawklet Feeding by Adult Eagle
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C7ig_T02kRc Red-tailed Hawklet in Eagle's Nest~ Feeding Time
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by laniebelle » Fri Jun 21, 2019 11:32 am

D32 June 20, 2019 Update ~

D32 is remaining quiet and content. The splint / cast seems to be staying in place. Still being offered cut-up food so no need to stand on food to rip / tear. Kay will not worry about a weight or a beak depth measurement until possibly the next trip to the veterinarian (no the appointment is not scheduled). Limited handling means limited stress. So... basically, no news is good news.
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Sunnybird1995 » Fri Jun 21, 2019 5:21 pm

A nice calm evening at the Mississippi River Flyway Cam.
72 degrees in LaCrosse
https://www.raptorresource.org/birdcams ... laska-cam/

Thank you Laniebelle for update on D32.
Hope we can hear more about Spunky II, Philjo.
All is well.
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Sunnybird1995 » Sat Jun 22, 2019 3:52 am

Good Saturday Morning Everyone.
:coffee2:
A beautiful Saturday Sunrise on the Mississippi River Flyway Cam.
https://www.raptorresource.org/birdcams ... laska-cam/
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Sat Jun 22, 2019 8:59 am

Beautiful sun rise Sunnybird !

At Notre-Dame Pa the 3 guys ND7, ND8 and ND9 are ready to fly, old enought
yesterday 1st fledged at 17h14 viewtopic.php?p=215332#p215332 confirmed here viewtopic.php?p=215338#p215338

And today, at 06h14 ans 07h27 2 fledged (the same or not, i can't say) 06h14
2019-06-22_17h43_21.jpg
2019-06-22_17h43_41.jpg
07h27
2019-06-22_17h44_59.jpg
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Sunnybird1995 » Sat Jun 22, 2019 9:06 am

Merci Philjo for the ND fledges. :)

I just saw a June 17th update on D27.
There is a neat tracking map and update at:
https://www.raptorresource.org/2019/06/ ... atest-map/
Way to go D27 :woohoo:
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Sun Jun 23, 2019 1:17 am

and an update for DN9 and D33 here from SOAR viewtopic.php?p=215588#p215588
Thanks to IrishEyes !
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