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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Thu Nov 19, 2020 4:37 am

Bad news on a French Newspaper :( :cry1:

IN ALASKA, A FEMALE BEAR FATALLY PUNCHED BY A BOEING 737

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https://www.adn.com/alaska-news/aviatio ... cials-say/
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Pascale » Thu Nov 19, 2020 10:23 pm

:brknhrt: :cry1: :brknhrt:
I won't comment this now, I can't.
This beautiful Female WBSE...
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"This breeding season has brought mixed news. SE25 successfully fledged and left the nest however SE26 was noted to have a malformed right leg during its development. This didn’t hinder SE26's growth or ongoing development, successfully fledging and leaving the nest, only returning at times to be fed by the parents.
On Saturday 14th November SE26 flew into a semi-enclosed balcony on the 22nd floor of a local unit block. Due to the enclosed nature of the balcony and furniture SE26 could not take off again. The resident contacted WIRES for assistance. WIRES volunteers removed the bird from the balcony and it has now been assessed by a local emergency and Taronga Zoo vets.
Examinations over the last few days found SE26 has a poorly healed fracture of the right leg. There are also extensive injuries to the left leg, likely caused by overcompensating to support the right leg. SE26 is in pain from its injuries. Unfortunately surgery is not possible and amputation is not an option either since Sea Eagles require both legs to support themselves on the ground and to hunt.
On welfare grounds the hard decision to euthanize SE26 has been reached. SE26 would not survive in the wild or do well in captivity. Further complications are likely to develop even in the short term.”
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Thu Nov 19, 2020 10:31 pm

:brknhrt: :cry1: :cryhanky:

I sent answer to FB https://www.facebook.com/Sea.EagleCAM
But they banned me, why ???
So i post it here too
I know she already forgave you cause you need it so much guilties as you are. Laws that promote cruelty against animals are not good laws. Poor little SE26, why let you growing so much and a so long time if it's only to killed you at the end. On a scale of Pain, what was the value for SE26 ? Nobody can answer.. RIP sweet darling and i'm sure SE19, SE22, SE23, and SE25 were with you at this sadness and awful moment. I said them i knew how it was going to end for you. but Specialists have always the last and good word. "balivernes"!. Time to dry my tears and let you go. Love you so much :rh: :brknhrt: :cry1:


And a second message i wanted to post on another previous thread to answer to those who were criticized another one i posted also days earlier as i almost knew something bad will arrived to her ... Still to
But as i was banned (above), here it is.

What a shame!
I'm sick of always being right .... Don't look for excuses, you don't have any. You are just good at taking advantage of an eagle family to collect donations for saving but in fact when you have the opportunity to do so you don't even do what is necessary .... Poor SE26, and worst it is because he has already forgiven us, poor human beings that we are. Lucky for him, he found his buddy SE25 because at one point you have to stop luring people, a bird of prey that disappears so young without having learned the necessary to survive, it happened to him something serious, very serious. Another chance that SE23's body was found last year because you would certainly have told us the same thing.
I can understand natural deaths, siblicides or the like, but inaction, cruelty to animals and lies very little for me.


In fact, for the second (not posted on Sea.EagleCAM fb page) I would have agreed to be banned but with an explanatory message. Not just erased like that or may be they have nothing to say to me against what i wrote and in fact "All truth is not good to say"
End of this chapter
RIP beautiful SE26!

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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Pascale » Fri Nov 20, 2020 5:25 am

izzi the little peregrine falcon in Orange is still cared at the vet.

no fracture was seen on the baby but because hes slightly underweight they're giving him antibiotics for trichomoniasis. the parasite that killed many Melbourne peregrine falcons :cry1:

he doesnt fly
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Sunnybird1995 » Sat Nov 21, 2020 5:38 am

:brknhrt:
For SE 26. At least SE 26 did manage to fledge the nest and be an eagle for a while . .
"A day in the wild is worth a lifetime in a cage"

Merci Pascale for the update on Izzi, Orange Peregrine falcon.

Saturday's sunrise at the Mississippi River Flyway Cam:
https://www.raptorresource.org/birdcams/flyway-cam/
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MRF Cam 21 Nov 2020 07:35 Sunrise
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Sat Nov 21, 2020 9:35 pm

Sunnybird1995 wrote:
Sat Nov 21, 2020 5:38 am
:brknhrt:
For SE 26. At least SE 26 did manage to fledge the nest and be an eagle for a while . .
"A day in the wild is worth a lifetime in a cage"
I agree with you Sunnybird.

The problem here is that after 113 days of life Her end could not be different ... and I understand it since there was only this solution. I would not wish for a life in a cage for her since in fact it would have been impossible (once her motor skills were lost). What I do not understand is the non-responsiveness of those in charge while SE26 has only suffered during the last 100 days.

11-22-2020
last message concerning this announced tragedy.
In fact human law, human non-intervention are the causes of this disaster.
SE26 was condemned from birth by human law. Is this normal? Those who knew, they lied to us by giving us hope. SE26 was killed because at the end we could no longer act for her, give her a life worthy of a wild bird and to stop her suffering.
Yet it seems to me that this suffering that we saw day after day did not bother anyone since we left her in this state which inevitably never got better since in fact her pain worsened until it was no longer possible to save her.
Conclusion, humanity and human laws kill wildlife. You have to ask the right questions. Don't all lives have the same values?
We are told that human intervention is only possible if the risk or problem is man-made.
Bad human law, which should be used to protect wildlife and indeed who does not, is not a man-made problem?
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Pascale » Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:23 pm

I'll just add that lady hawk, with her huge experience of raptors and all the sad things happening around, think that these nest rules are the worst- along with estonian golden eagle nest.

Something should have been done as they noticed something was wrong from the beginning, even if now they say they didn't know :no:

But it's too late. Another eaglet lost by human fault.

When I see what's happening with baby izzi in Orange, all the care he gets... it's so unfair for se26.
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Pascale » Mon Nov 23, 2020 3:15 am

Talking about the little falcon he will take another ride on project manager Cilla Kinross back and will be returned to his home tomorrow morning- tonight my time lol.

It shouldn't be a problem with his parents- fingers crossed.
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Picture courtesy from Cilla Kinross, Orange Peregrine Falcons Project Manager
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Mon Nov 23, 2020 4:25 am

:thumlft: Great, merci Pascale!
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Mon Nov 23, 2020 10:50 pm

At Port Lincoln, Aus, Solly the older of two fledged today
When it returns it was very agressive against Dew, the younger and it is still
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HlYHm-Yudjo
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Solly is the central one, Dew is the poor left one, submissive position.
Dew, it's time to fledge now :luck: as i remember one of your older sibling, Stevie, a couple of years ago who finished in a rehab center after the older pushed him outside the nest to the water. It died a not so long time after. Rip Steve.
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Pascale » Mon Nov 23, 2020 11:59 pm

what a terrible nest :( poor Dew :no: fledge baby !

Well beautiful things happen too in Australia. Izzi the Peregrine falcon was brought home and his parents acknowledge his come back, bringing him much food !

Wonderful work from Dr Cilla Kinross and YOUNG, the rehabilitation centre where he spent 5 days
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Re: EAGLE Chatters Nest

Post by Philjo56France » Thu Nov 26, 2020 11:09 pm

Orange, Australia
Finally, today 11-7-2020 at 10h25 it was time yo go for Izzi.
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Pic from the video © Cilla Klinross
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Pic from the video © Cilla Klinross
:rh: :bye 1:


:ty: Cilla Klinross for your :vid:

2020 11 27 1025 Izzi's final hope fledge
Izzy flew off at 1025. Looked like a clean flight. He was later seen roof-hopping around the university campus and at 2.50 pm made it to the top of the tower! That's quite a flight. I expect to see him back in the box (under his own steam) within a few days and, if not, I'll find him and get some photos in the field.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJbEfLG7CXM
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Re: The Wildlife Corner

Post by JudyB » Tue Dec 01, 2020 11:30 am

Welcome, former eagle chatters, to the Wildlife Corner - a chat area with a focus on wildlife.

Please see the first post - viewtopic.php?f=62&t=152&p=2136#p2136 - for more information.

Enjoy!

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Re: The Wildlife Corner

Post by Peggy180 » Tue Dec 01, 2020 11:43 am

Hi JudyB,
Just to clarify, this now replaces the old Eagle Chatters or is it a separate new forum? Thanks for setting it all up. ❤️🦅
JudyB wrote:
Tue Feb 27, 2018 9:16 pm
Welcome! This thread started as a continuation of the EAGLE Chatters Nest thread on our old forum, which was initially a place for folks who followed the Southwest Florida Eagle Cam to have more relaxed discussions about the eagles and other things, since we do try to keep the observation threads for all the nests focused on what's happening with the eagles or other wildlife being observed.

The focus has changed over time, and it's now my pleasure to announce The Wildlife Corner!
Best wishes,

Peggy :)

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Re: The Wildlife Corner

Post by JudyB » Tue Dec 01, 2020 11:50 am

Peggy180 wrote:
Tue Dec 01, 2020 11:43 am
Hi JudyB,
Just to clarify, this now replaces the old Eagle Chatters or is it a separate new forum? Thanks for setting it all up. ❤️🦅
This thread is the Eagle Chatters thread with a new name, and a revised statement of purpose.

I also included a link to the original Eagle Chatters thread on the forum we used from 2010 to early 2018 to preserve the history of the thread.

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Re: The Wildlife Corner

Post by IrishEyes » Tue Dec 01, 2020 12:20 pm

JudyB wrote:
Tue Dec 01, 2020 11:50 am
Peggy180 wrote:
Tue Dec 01, 2020 11:43 am
Hi JudyB,
Just to clarify, this now replaces the old Eagle Chatters or is it a separate new forum? Thanks for setting it all up. ❤️🦅
This thread is the Eagle Chatters thread with a new name, and a revised statement of purpose.

I also included a link to the original Eagle Chatters thread on the forum we used from 2010 to early 2018 to preserve the history of the thread.
Thank You so much Judy for all your work on this .. :hug: Hope all will follow and will post here :)
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Re: The Wildlife Corner

Post by Kitcat11848 » Tue Dec 01, 2020 6:05 pm

Thank you Judy for reinventing and updating the EagleChatters thread. Hope everyone will continue to follow and post.
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Re: The Wildlife Corner

Post by Pascale » Tue Dec 01, 2020 10:20 pm

thank you so much JudyB and everyone involved for putting this thread back to life :grhug: :rh:

Hello Marianne and Irisheyes :rh:
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Re: The Wildlife Corner

Post by Philjo56France » Wed Dec 02, 2020 1:58 am

Merci JudyB!
Thanks to all those who have given me so many expressions of sympathy. I won't forget it.

The night before at Decorah North Dad? was hit by a GHO, then a GHO tried to cath a fox and another one or the same was watching an opposum one night earlier. What a night life at Decorah North!

11/30/2020 around 17h26
Decorah North Great Horned Owl knocked Mr North (explore.org 11 30 2020) :ty: Lizzy G Eaglespirit
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sdi0AlwOkYM

12/01/2020 around 02h35
Decorah North Fox and Great Horned Owl (explore.org 12 01 2020) :ty: Lizzy G Eaglespirit
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6-cIic8tnDI
2020-12-02_10h57_27.jpg
Pic from the video

11-29-2020
A Great Horned Owl is watching a possum (Didelphidae) 2020/11/29 :ty: Liznm
she flies up to the nest tree. The possum climbs the tree. the great horned owl feels threatened. she /he clatters with the beak and makes itself big. To be honest, based on the head shape and tail, I suspect it's an possum. I am not sure.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJ0ylNlMcJc
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Pic from the video


12-02-2020 01h56 at Florida country, an eagle is laying down in the nest. Not Victoria nor Nicholas. They were not seen after the end of June 2020.
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Re: The Wildlife Corner

Post by Peggy180 » Wed Dec 02, 2020 5:01 am

Thank you, Judy! ❤️🦅
Best wishes,

Peggy :)

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Re: The Wildlife Corner

Post by Sunnybird1995 » Wed Dec 02, 2020 5:04 am

:wave:

Hello to everyone!
It's great to see all your posts here.
:woohoo:
Rainna do you still have that snowsuit? Am I remembering correctly? :chin:
I will post something later.
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Re: The Wildlife Corner

Post by Sunnybird1995 » Wed Dec 02, 2020 5:17 am

Wednesday's sunrise at the Mississippi River Flyway Cam
https://www.raptorresource.org/birdcams/flyway-cam/
It is going to be a beautiful, but cold day.
Even if you cannot see them you can hear eagle vocals :%:
:D
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MRF Cam 2 Dec 2020 Sunrise 07:15
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Re: The Wildlife Corner

Post by Maddy » Wed Dec 02, 2020 7:20 am

Thank you JudyB and everyone involved, good to see new posts in this thread! :Cool: :grhug:
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Re: The Wildlife Corner

Post by Orlice » Wed Dec 02, 2020 8:13 am

What a nice surprise! Thanks, JudyB. Thanks to all of you for your postings :hug:

Hi Philjo, glad you are here :bye 1: .

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Re: The Wildlife Corner

Post by Pascale » Wed Dec 02, 2020 10:57 am

So nice to see you, sunnybird, Peggy, Orlice, Mardy :bye 1:

AEF presented a new nest in Florida, in Sanibel Islands - pretty close to SWFEC nest :rh: . There is one cam for the moment.

Eagles are Joe and Connie ; they already have 2 eggs and hatch watch should start in one week+ :woohoo:
There's nothing more for the moment. so they're the first pair to have eggs for the season!
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link to the cam

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Re: The Wildlife Corner

Post by Philjo56France » Wed Dec 02, 2020 11:33 pm

Good morning to all, Sunnybird, Peggy, Orlice, Maddy. Welcome back and thanks again for all who supported this thread as JudyB did. :grhug:
The E9 bunch is back too :hug:

At Orange, Finally Dew the younger fledged today 12/03. (merci Pascale)
Port_Lincoln Osprey Live Stream
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HlYHm-Yudjo
2020-12-03_08h27_22.jpg
the left one is Solly with the GPS on its back, Dew is the right one
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Re: The Wildlife Corner

Post by Philjo56France » Thu Dec 03, 2020 12:52 am

From RRP. https://www.facebook.com/RaptorResourceProject

November 23, 2020: D27 and D36 were in the same area!
2020-12-03_09h41_03.jpg
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Re: The Wildlife Corner

Post by Peggy180 » Thu Dec 03, 2020 3:42 am

Good morning, Philjo, and thank you for posting the info from Raptor Resource Project. So interesting to know what their “graduates” are up to after they leave the nest. Have a good day, Everyone! ❤️🦅
Best wishes,

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Re: The Wildlife Corner

Post by IrishEyes » Thu Dec 03, 2020 3:48 am

Philjo56France wrote:
Thu Dec 03, 2020 12:52 am
From RRP. https://www.facebook.com/RaptorResourceProject

November 23, 2020: D27 and D36 were in the same area!

2020-12-03_09h41_03.jpg2020-12-03_09h45_00.jpg
Good Morning all and thanks Phljo for posting that here :grhug:
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Re: The Wildlife Corner

Post by Philjo56France » Thu Dec 03, 2020 4:37 am

You're welcome Peggy and Bev !

After Dew fledged :bravo: :woohoo:
here is the video from Port Lincoln Osprey
2020.12.03 - 74 & 73 days old - FINALLY Dew decides it's time to leave the nest. No hesitation at all - just up up and away at 14.40.13
https://www.facebook.com/portlincolnosp ... 295714202/
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Pic from the video


Your little siblings, Tap +2020, Star +2019, Stevie 2017 +2018 must be very proud of you two, Solly and Dew. Well done Mom and Dad Port Lincoln! :rh:
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