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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by IrishEyes » Thu Jun 06, 2019 4:30 am

THURSDAY , JUNE 6 , 2019

Good Morning Philjo , Elaine , Marianne , Kmif, Sunny and all !

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No one home :(
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Keeping good thoughts and praying that DNR finds D 32 :rh: and D33 :rh: had a good night and we hear some news on both of them today.. :love: :luck:
I have a bad sinus inf. and will check in when I can!
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by IrishEyes » Thu Jun 06, 2019 12:41 pm

2:39p
Nest is empty and no new updates that I saw
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by IrishEyes » Thu Jun 06, 2019 4:43 pm

Thanks Heather for the head ups on this Re D 33

Jun 6, 8:39 PM
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From FB D33
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~ D33 arrives at SOAR ~
The hatch-year (HY19) bald eagle from the nest near the Decorah Fish Hatchery and famous from the Raptor Resource Project nest camera tumbled to the ground under the nest on 5 June. Hatchery staff were alerted and the juvenile was safely retrieved and taken to the hatchery.
Black fly bites on the side of D33's head. Admitted to SOAR 5 June 2019.
Also on 5 June, this eaglet began the journey to SOAR for evaluation and any treatment needed. During transfer to SOAR Executive Director, Kay Neumann, she provided an initial assessment. The eaglet has numerous bites near the eyes and nostrils (nares) and on the back of the head from buffalo gnats (AKA blackfly). These bites have left behind bloody scabs and left this eagle thin, anemic, and bit dehydrated. Kay could feel no fractures or swelling in the legs and wings. Bonus.
Kay also noted before she even picked up the juvenile that the tail and wing feathers were not long enough for this bird to fledge. Look at the photo included of the inside of the left wing. You can still see primary (flight) feathers encased in the sheath.
A view of the inside of D33's left wing. Flight feathers still have growing to do

D33 is interested in food and ate 1/2 a quail on the ride to SOAR. More food and water was offered once in ICU. Pieces of beef heart are on the menu this evening. The heart muscle is high in iron to help combat the anemia.
We know that many, many, many people are concerned for this eagle's welfare. As are we.


The abundance of blackfly / buffalo gnats is unfortunate, but part of the cycle of life. Wetland habitat improvement and development would provide quality environments for the blackfly natural predators - dragon and damselflies! **Watch for a separate post about the black fly!
As updates on D33 become available, those will be shared. Please understand that we have over 30 hatch-year raptors admitted already this year, in addition to other adult raptors needing care.
If you would like to support SOAR’s efforts in raptor rehabilitation, education, and research, please visit https://soarraptors.org/support-soar/
If you are one of the many that have already donated - thank you. Plus a special "shout out" to those of you who give monthly to support the work of SOAR.
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by IrishEyes » Thu Jun 06, 2019 6:40 pm

8:33p
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Praying and Hoping that D32 is alright and will be found and hat Mom and DM 2 will be roosting close to D 32 .. :rh:
Great that D33 is safe and being looked after at Soar! :rh:

Good night precious family , Philljo , Elaine, Jwin, Marianne , Heather . Kmif, Sunny and all !
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by Philjo56France » Thu Jun 06, 2019 10:21 pm

Good night/morning everyone, bonjour Bev, Elaine,
When i read the SOAR rapport i can't forget that D32 is still there, around and also concerned with black flies, like DN9 … who for me seemed concerned before by the blackflies so may be a reason she was late to branch …
:( :( :rh: :luck:
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by Philjo56France » Fri Jun 07, 2019 2:52 am

I can't say if there is an adult or 2 or none
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by IrishEyes » Fri Jun 07, 2019 4:22 am

FRIDAY , JUNE 7 , 2019

Good Morning Philjo, Elaine and all!

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Empty nest
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Keeping good thought for D32 :rh: D 33 has the best of care at Soar :rh:
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by IrishEyes » Fri Jun 07, 2019 6:41 pm

Raptor Resource Project
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6-7-19 – NEST UPDATES
We know that you are all anxiously awaiting news, and we’re no different as we wait for progress reports from our many wonderful volunteers and supporting agencies. Here’s what we know:
At Decorah North … Our cams reverted to highlights this morning as we tried to troubleshoot and do what we could to find a fix for our PTZ nest cams there. The efforts were unsuccessful and will result in a site visit, and unfortunately, that will have to wait until camera maintenance time later when we will not disturb the eagles. We will continue to use the Pasture Cam to monitor. While the field of vision is limited and is not equipped with a microphone at least it will still give us a window into the North Nest Territory and grab what glimpses we can of activity there.
DN9 … Board Director and master falcon bander and handler David Kester was at the nest earlier and was able to visually assess DN9. She/he was found in the same location at the stream bank and was captured fairly easily. David noted that the eaglet, while spunky, was riddled with bites, was slightly underweight, with pale mouth tissue which can point to anemia and a similar condition found in D33. An immediate decision was made to secure DN9, and she was hooded with ease and brought to Decorah for further evaluation and with DNR assistance. A representative from SOAR was already planning to meet with DNR part way for the transfer of an injured Red Tail Hawk, so it was decided to have DN9 transported immediately to begin care. Some further assessment indicated that DN9 also had flight feathers still sheathed and underformed, and the eaglet was
dehydrated.

We’ve been asked why DN9 was left in the pasture yesterday and not taken in for care immediately. We had RRP personnel close by and they were able to immediately confirm visually that there seemed to be no injury to prevent wingflapping or mobility and since the parents were actively defending their offspring the decision was made to leave DN9 in their care. We continued to watch via cam and were surprised at DN9 not only meeting a few of the landowner’s cows but had the instinct and ability to puff up, mantle, present his/her most threatening wing extensions and then retreat to a safer space. It was also nice to see the parents fly low and slow over the creek and one parent down there with the eaglet for a bit. We already had planned for another on-site visit for DN9 today and were glad those plans were in place after receiving the status report of D33’s condition and feeling that the unprecedented black fly infestation that is plaguing Iowa would have similarly affected DN9. All wildlife seems to be affected, and we are learning now that DNR Fishery Stocking personnel are being bitten while stocking streams and our own search volunteers are too even slathered in bug repellent
As of this update, DN9 is now en route to SOAR for further veterinary examination and we will provide any additional findings when they are released. We will not be able to answer any speculative questions and hope that you understand we simply will not guess on something that is unknown.

At Decorah Hatchery … The search for D32 continues, as well as some volunteers, tasked with observing the parents and trying to follow flight paths to pinpoint a possible location of care. Decorah Fish Hatchery personnel are also trying to track Mom Decorah and DM2’s fish catches and see where they fly off. We have no further updates at this point except to say that we are trying to remain hopefully optimistic that D32 can be located soon with a successful outcome.
As for D33 … who is presently at SOAR getting some relief and care, we have no other news yet, but will be sharing any update that is posted to our Facebook page
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We sincerely appreciate everyone’s kind comments regarding our eaglets and our efforts. We are trying to keep the updates timely, but our priority remains eagles first and information as it can come without slowing the search and recovery process. With thank you for your understanding and patience during a particularly stressful time for all of us.
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by IrishEyes » Fri Jun 07, 2019 7:14 pm

9:09
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by IrishEyes » Fri Jun 07, 2019 7:22 pm

9:19pm
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Shaking her head ... the bugs are everyone !


Goodnight precious family . Philjo , Elaine, jwin, Marianne and all :grhug:

Keeping good thoughts D32 is alright and will be found ! :rh:

I can only imagine how Mom and DM2 must feel :brknhrt: I truly believe all birds and wildlife have emotions

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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by Philjo56France » Fri Jun 07, 2019 10:13 pm

IrishEyes wrote:
Fri Jun 07, 2019 7:14 pm
9:09
Chat thinks this is Mom
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Mom Cam chat screenshot_04.jpg

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for me it could also be an adult, white head, no ?
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by Philjo56France » Fri Jun 07, 2019 10:15 pm

Good night/morning everyone, bonjour Bev, Elaine, …!
00h08 Only a view on Mom ? preening
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:luck: :rh: D32, D33, Decorah family :rh: :luck:
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by Philjo56France » Sat Jun 08, 2019 1:30 am

04h29 Mom is sleeping
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by Philjo56France » Sat Jun 08, 2019 4:05 am

05h04 Mom is awake then she flew away
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06h01 Mom or Dm2 went back and now there is nobody in the nest
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i'm sad :bye 1: as i neve heard at least once the sound of one eaglet below or around

As how was D33, then D32 both anemic and attcked by black flies i'm just afraid for D33, hope i'm wrong :luck:
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by IrishEyes » Sat Jun 08, 2019 4:58 am

SATURDAY , JUNE 8 , 2019

Good Morning Philjo , Elaine and all!

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I understand how you feel Philijo :hug: an I checked that scap again and I think I see a white head also!

Keeping good thoughts that D32 will be found and get some help! :rh:

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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by JudyB » Sat Jun 08, 2019 12:46 pm

Good afternoon! I found a post from about an hour ago on the Raptor Resource Project Facebook page saying that D32 was found last evening and is in the care of a veterinarian specializing in raptors. His/her general condition sounds similar to D33 and DN9 from Decorah North, and I’m hoping all three will do well with care.

I’m on my phone and not good at posting links or copying things - but the update is on FB and probably the RRP website.

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Post by elainemyrkle » Sat Jun 08, 2019 1:00 pm

Thank you so very much for the update, Judy B. It's been quite stressful with these little ones leaving the nest so soon. It's so good that the Decorahs are in good hands but I sure do miss them. Praying for a good recovery for all of them. Hello and Bonjour to everyone.
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by Kitcat11848 » Sat Jun 08, 2019 1:53 pm

Thanks Judy for the update. Here is what RRP posted on their FB site with a picture
Update: Decorah Hatchery Nest eaglet D32

D32 was located yesterday evening in Trout Run Creek by a couple of local residents. The eagle was located tucked in along a bank downstream from the Decorah Hatchery nest. It was in rough shape, and the residents informed the DNR Hatchery personnel, who then retrieved it from the creek, and placed him/her in a “turkey box”, shown in the picture attached here. The hatchery staff notified RRP, and we quickly set a plan in motion to get D32 the care it needed. Our Bald Eagle expert and board member Brett Mandernack, and our Vice President Laura Johnson, a veterinarian doctor specializing in raptor care, were consulted quickly, and a plan was enacted to get D32 to Laura, about an hour away, for immediate assessment and care.

Once transferred to Laura, D32 was found to be weak, a bit hypothermic, underweight, and showed signs of anemia with many black fly bites. Laura administered fluids and electrolytes upon arrival and repeated the treatments overnight. This morning, Laura was able to get D32 to eat some venison dipped in electrolytes and will continue to try to feed D32 every few hours.

Laura will continue to monitor and care for D32 while we await further updates. When we have new information, we will share that with you, but please understand that the care of the eagles comes first and we may not have continuous updates.

We would like to thank the local residents who found D32 and acted quickly to get help, everyone at RRP working nonstop to search for, capture, transport and help the eagles in every way possible, and BIG THANKS to the Decorah Chuck Gipp Fish Hatchery staff and management for their continued support of our recent bald eagle monitoring and recovery efforts and the wildlife surrounding them.
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by jwin36 » Sat Jun 08, 2019 1:59 pm

Here is the link to the RRP news. Thank you,Kitcat for that information. :huggie:
https://m.facebook.com/RaptorResourcePr ... tn__=K-R
You can bookmark the page to stay updated.
I don't do Facebook on my tablet but I can read this page. :hug: :yes:
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Post by Kitcat11848 » Sat Jun 08, 2019 2:01 pm

Jwin, I was just getting ready to pm you. Will pm Bev now.
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by Heather L » Sat Jun 08, 2019 3:41 pm

Wow so great to read D32 has been found. Thank you Judy, Marianne and Jwin :grhug:

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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by Kimf » Sat Jun 08, 2019 4:34 pm

6:26--Both parents spotted in the nest tree. I am so relieved both eaglets were found.
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by Sunnybird1995 » Sat Jun 08, 2019 5:29 pm

Same here Kimf
7:25 p.m.
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Post by Philjo56France » Sat Jun 08, 2019 10:10 pm

Good night/morning everyone, bonjour Bev, Elaine, Jwin, Sunnybird, Marianne, Judy, Kimf, …!
:woohoo: that was the news i was waiting for ! Thanks to all for relaying them :woohoo:
I am not suprised that D32 was in the same status than D33 and DN9 and sure was "luckier" may be "more Lucky" like D32 was hidden.
D32, D33 and DN9 in the same battle now :luck: :rh:
Sad for Decorah's (and North) parents but i can't forget the other nests around in the area and those, will receive no help this season... :cry1:

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00h10 DM2? is preening
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03h00 sleeping now
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by Philjo56France » Sun Jun 09, 2019 2:31 am

04h30
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Post by elainemyrkle » Sun Jun 09, 2019 3:57 am

Good morning and Bonjour everyone, Philjo, I was thinking the same thing yesterday. It's so very sad to think of all the unknown eaglets out there that are going through the same thing and are not being helped. Thank you for your pictures.
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by Sunnybird1995 » Sun Jun 09, 2019 4:04 am

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Good Early Sunday Morning to all.
Bonjour Philjo.
When you think about all the people that assisted with the search, rescue and recovery of D32, D33, and D9 it is amazing.
A miracle. These 3 fledglings are in the best of hands and will get the best care. :thumlft:
I will "perch" here for updates.
Thank you all for your posts and prompt updates.
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Post by Philjo56France » Sun Jun 09, 2019 4:08 am

You're welcome Elaine…
BonnyeNY52 wrote "It is true Philippe, but SOAR says that they are already taking care of at least 30 Hatch Year '19 babies, so I assume that includes others (not on cams) who are suffering the same conditions. Unfortunately, we cannot help them all, but those we can.... we must." viewtopic.php?p=209331#p209331

06h03 no eagles insight, no calls, …
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:luck: for Mom Decorah, DM2, D32 and D33 :luck: :rh:
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by IrishEyes » Sun Jun 09, 2019 2:29 pm

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Good afternoon. Philjo , Elaine, Judy, Marianne , jwin . Sunny.. Kmif , Heather and Thanks Marianne for you PM! :grhug:

Update and thanks Heather for the head ups D 32 is now at Soar
Updates & Our Thanks
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Decorah Eaglet D32: Is now a patient at SOAR. After the immediate acute care under the loving assist from RRP Director and Veterinarian Dr. Laura Johnson, D32 was transported by SOAR personnel late last evening for admittance, evaluation, examination, and treatment. We will know more about his/her condition as the skilled team there updates us and we will share those results with you.

The past week has been very stressful and fraught with worry for all of us at RRP and all of you at both our Decorah Eagles hatchery site and at the Decorah North Nest after the eaglets recent flight, fall, or accidental fledges from the nests, and the ensuing efforts of multiple volunteers, personnel, and agencies focused on searches and recovery efforts. We'll eventually have a very long post naming names of folks who have gone above and beyond the call of duty in their care and compassion during these disastrous events, but suffice it to say that "it really does take a village!" We add to that list all of you faithful followers of our nests who have shown your own caring and compassionate hearts with thoughtful notes and donations to RRP and to SOAR. You may have noticed that our Facebook Mods were frantically trying to keep up with all the comments that have been coming in, but you might be surprised that just one post yesterday on D32 being found generated over 2,400 comments, 1,600+ shares, and reached 316,782+ fans of the page. We mention this because it proves how deep the love is for wildlife in peril and also because as much as we were inundated keeping up, Facebook saw all of our *likes* to your posts as 'spam' and blocked us in a time out. Please be aware that despite our recognition at the time, each and every comment was read, and questions answered to the best of our ability, and you have kept us buoyed during our own despair. We have hope now, and while there might still be some questions we can't answer we will do our best to try. Thank you ALL so very much from ALL of us at RRP.
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by IrishEyes » Sun Jun 09, 2019 2:45 pm

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As for me .... I want to thank you all for posting here and for you love and devotion to this beautiful family .. :rh:

I am remembering and so thankful for the good times on this nest .. from when the eggs were laid ..... their hatch and watching D32 and D33 grow and Mom and DM2's caring for them ... :love:

Keeping good thoughts and praying that D32 and D33 will heal and be released wen they are well...... they are getting the best of care ! :love:

As for Mom and DM2... You raised two beautiful eaglets and sad that all this happened to them... it was out of your control.. thinking of both of you :rh: :rh
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