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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by IrishEyes » Sat Jun 22, 2019 2:37 pm

SATURDAY , JUNE 22, 2019

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~ They are growing up!
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20 June 2019 view of the "eaglet nursery." These juvenile eagles are showing less nestling behavior (laying down) and are spending more time standing. They have demolished a couple carp and are filling in with quail. Kay's best guess is L-R: DN9, D33, and Allamakee. Just because they are standing doesn't mean you can see talon polish!

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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by Philjo56France » Sat Jun 22, 2019 11:25 pm

Hi Bev, idem Decorah North :huggie:
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by Philjo56France » Tue Jun 25, 2019 9:45 pm

Good night/morning everyone, bonjour Bev, …!
I thougt i have to take these following
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by Philjo56France » Tue Jun 25, 2019 9:45 pm

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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by Philjo56France » Wed Jun 26, 2019 12:40 am

News from D27 and …. after months of silence :woohoo: D24 :woohoo: !
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by IrishEyes » Wed Jun 26, 2019 5:56 am

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 2019

Thanks Philjo! So exciting to know they are in Canada! :rh:


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~ Changes in the “nursery” ~
The eaglet nestlings are growing! Two of the three in the nursery are perching. This is the equivalent to branching. These young eagles are learning to socialize with others. They are eating normal eagle food - on Monday the 24th, together they ate a 3-pound carp! This is exactly what Kay expects to see!
Today, 26 June 2019, another hatch-year 2019 eaglet was moved to the nursery. "Calmar" was rescued and admitted 12 June 2019. Like the others, this youngster was very thin and covered with gnat bites. Calmar is a male and now weighs 7.5 pounds, up one pound from admit.
The next milestone? Kay will be watching for signs of flight!
Remember to check out https://soarraptors.org/patients/ for some of our other admits and their care.
In the photo taken 25 June 2019, Kay thinks left to right are: DN9, D33, and Allamakee
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by IrishEyes » Wed Jun 26, 2019 7:04 pm

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~ D32 update 26 June 2019 ~

D32 has progressed to eating cut-up food on own from bowl. Woot! Picture from today.
You can also see some of our patients on our website at https://soarraptors.org/patients/ - no not all of them... a few.
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by Philjo56France » Wed Jun 26, 2019 10:04 pm

Thanks Bev and :luck: :rh: D32 :luck: :rh: you are on the good eagle way
:rh: D & DN Families :rh:
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by elainemyrkle » Fri Jun 28, 2019 3:43 am

Good Morning and Bonjour Bev, Philjo and everyone else. I just want to come in and say Hi to everyone. I haven't been taking any videos because I can't seem to catch Mom and Dm-2 at the nest. I appreciate all the updates and pictures though. Such a stormy morning at the nest so I thought I'd take a short video. Wishing everyone a happy eagle watching day.
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by IrishEyes » Fri Jun 28, 2019 6:11 am

elainemyrkle wrote:
Fri Jun 28, 2019 3:43 am
Good Morning and Bonjour Bev, Philjo and everyone else. I just want to come in and say Hi to everyone. I haven't been taking any videos because I can't seem to catch Mom and Dm-2 at the nest. I appreciate all the updates and pictures though. Such a stormy morning at the nest so I thought I'd take a short video. Wishing everyone a happy eagle watching day.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vhb48RV ... e=youtu.be


HI Elaine and good to see you .. thanks for the video.. :luck: that Mom and DM2 are safe !
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by Philjo56France » Sat Jul 06, 2019 2:05 am

Good night/morning everyone, bonjour Bev, Elaine, …!
Update at SOAR

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DN9-D33
1 July 2019
The nursery eaglets have discovered the kiddie wading pool and are bathing.

D32
1 July 2019
D32 is still behaving like he is in the nest. He has made no indication of wanting out of crate. Now that D32 has progressed to eating cut-up food on own. The crate and bedding is cleaned frequently.
:rh: E9: 3.5 yo. E14, ND12 :rh:
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by IrishEyes » Sat Jul 06, 2019 4:46 am

Philjo56France wrote:
Sat Jul 06, 2019 2:05 am
Good night/morning everyone, bonjour Bev, Elaine, …!
Update at SOAR

https://soarraptors.org/patients/

DN9-D33
1 July 2019
The nursery eaglets have discovered the kiddie wading pool and are bathing.

D32
1 July 2019
D32 is still behaving like he is in the nest. He has made no indication of wanting out of crate. Now that D32 has progressed to eating cut-up food on own. The crate and bedding is cleaned frequently.

Thanks Philjo for the good news ! :)
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by IrishEyes » Sun Jul 07, 2019 2:26 pm

SUNDAY, JULY 7 , 2019

From Soar Facebook.. thanks Heather for heads up :huggie:


~ D32 still needs intensive care ~
D32 was also thin, dehydrated, and anemic on admit, but D32 also has the added complication of needing to mend a broken bone in the lower right leg. Photo from 26 June 2019.
The report from Kay on 1 July 2019: D32 is still behaving like he is in the nest. He has made no indication of wanting out of the crate. Now that D32 has progressed to eating cut-up food on own, the crate and bedding are cleaned frequently. (The noting of 'he' is a pure guess at this point!)
We know it's difficult to see D32 still in an intensive care crate, but this is the level of care he needs right now.
Raise your hand if you've ever broken your leg or has had to care for a young person with a broken leg? It's not fun to be in a cast, to have our daily routine altered, and to not play with other children, but that is the level of care needed. In due time, the bone is x-rayed for the doctor to determine the amount of healing, the cast is replaced, and activity restrictions may be changed. Even once the cast is off, appropriate physical therapy will be needed.
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by IrishEyes » Sun Jul 07, 2019 2:29 pm

Remember there are now four eaglets in the eaglet nursery - D33, DN9, Allamakee, and Calmar. All four of the eaglets were admitted thin, dehydrated, and anemic all from too many black fly / buffalo gnat bites. Enjoy this video.

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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by Philjo56France » Sun Jul 07, 2019 9:37 pm

IrishEyes wrote:
Sun Jul 07, 2019 2:29 pm
Remember there are now four eaglets in the eaglet nursery - D33, DN9, Allamakee, and Calmar. All four of the eaglets were admitted thin, dehydrated, and anemic all from too many black fly / buffalo gnat bites. Enjoy this video.

https://www.facebook.com/42222916452838 ... 499620657/
Merci Bev !
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by IrishEyes » Fri Jul 12, 2019 12:28 pm

FRIDAY , JULY 12 , 2019

:announce: Happy , Happy News! Tears of JOY!

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~ D32 update on 12 July 2019 ~

This week has been eventful for D32. Tuesday, Kay and Savanna took D32 to the clinic for another x-ray. Dr Riordan was pleased with healing and said the cast should come off. The break did mend and there is additional calcification. As bones heal, the body deposits more calcium at the injury site. So far the calcification does not seem to be impacting D32's "ankle" joint. Thanks for the photos, Savanna!
Dr Riordan removed the cast, layer by layeras Kay held D32. After one more day of crate rest and observation, D32 was showing the signs of needing a bigger space (more energy, wanting to stretch wings, gained weight). Thursday, Kay did put a bit of wrap on the right leg for some support and D32 was moved to a 10x20 enclosure. Currently, D32 does have a roomie - a HY18 bald eagle who is at a similar stage of recovery and is not ready for a larger enclosure. D32 and roomie will be monitored to make sure both are getting plenty to eat. D32's wrap will be changed in a couple days.
The bone has healed as good as we hoped for... but certainly not 100% perfect. Now comes slow recovery and rehabilitation.
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Thank Heather for the heads up !

Keeping good thought for D32 and HY18 and praying for their recovery! :rh: :rh:
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by jwin36 » Fri Jul 12, 2019 3:00 pm

Thank you so much for the updates, Bev. I so love all the good news. I am looking forward to their eventual release. :luck:
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by IrishEyes » Fri Jul 12, 2019 6:49 pm

jwin36 wrote:
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Thank you so much for the updates, Bev. I so love all the good news. I am looking forward to their eventual release. :luck:
:bye 1:
My pleasure jwin and let us not forget DN9 , D33 and Allamkee :rh:

Keeping all in my thoughts and prayers ! :luck: :rh:
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by Kitcat11848 » Fri Jul 12, 2019 8:39 pm

Such wonderful news Bev. Continued prayers for all our healing eaglets.
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by Philjo56France » Fri Jul 12, 2019 9:56 pm

Good night/morning everyone, Bonjour Bev, Marianne, Jwin, …!
What a great info, :woohoo: D32 :woohoo: and as we used to say here, a grat news never come alone , here is the following for yesterday and now
Mom/DM2 were insight during the last 12h and now at 23h48, Mom and Dad DM2 are sleeping here too
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by IrishEyes » Sat Jul 13, 2019 6:07 pm

SATURDAY, JULY 13, 2019

Hi Philjo. Marianne, jwin and everyone I saw this RRP FaceBook and thanks Philjo for the scaps last night.


Happy Fri-yay, everyone! We have more information about blackflies and an answer to some of your questions about Mom, along with videos from Decorah, Decorah North, Great Spirit Bluff, and the Mississippi Flyway. Thanks to our camera operators and video makers for finding and sharing special moments, and to you for watching them!
Decorah and Decorah North Eagles
We got a nice long look at Mom on July ninth, which led to a lot of concerned questions about her appearance. Read this blog for more information: https://www.raptorresource.org/20…/…/12 ... orah-okay/
07/09/2019: Mom's feature film - https://youtu.be/uCpI4X-cW5s. Our first good look at Mom for weeks; still lots of flies bothering her, but she stays on camera for over an hour. This is a long video, but we've been waiting a long time to see her!
07/09/2019: Flyby heading upstream - https://youtu.be/Wkyf4JZ-X0c. A fast flyby! Are the eagles okay? Based on what we can see from our cameras and reports on the ground, they are flying, perching, and otherwise behaving normally, even if we aren't seeing very much of them!
07/10/2019: Visit at Decorah North - https://youtu.be/t3JtDhDTDOo. A nice breeze helps keep the gnasty gnats away!

Great Spirit Bluff
07/11/2019: Owl removes Kira's body - https://youtu.be/h1VFqIdLmf4. A fascinating video, although not everyone will like it. We'll be posting more on this shortly.
07/10/2019: Carson trades prey for dinner - https://youtu.be/ksgbvhpoqyQ. Carson is sprawled across the top of the nest box. Michelle flies into the rock ledge diner with prey and starts eating. We get a long shot and Carson is not there. He flies in at 3:04 (look for the flicker of his wings) and mantles over what turns out to be prey. So far, so good! At 3:33, Michelle heads toward him, holding prey in her beak. He continues to mantle and vocalize while watching her. She begins eating right behind him, appearing to offer food a couple of times (check 4:06, 4:08, and especially 4:14 for examples). He gets her in the face with a talon at 4:16 (it looks accidental to me). He takes her prey and she gets his prey.
Was this instinctive behavior, food exchange training. or something else? We don't know, but it is really interesting!
Mississippi Flyway
7/11/19: A Bald eagle and cranes - https://youtu.be/YRZ0eUlQL7M. The islands and sand bars of the Upper Mississippi National Wildlife and Fish Refuge provide important habitat for a wide variety of wildlife, including bald eagles and sandhill cranes. As summer moves into fall, we'll see more of them preparing for migration by feeding and gathering in larger flocks.

07/09/19: Egrets - https://youtu.be/M2wLwhVAtgM. Check 7:22 for a really cool look at an egret preening! Egrets were an important part of the passage of the Lacey Act. You can learn more here: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/…/how-tw ... nded-the-d…/.

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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by Kitcat11848 » Sat Jul 13, 2019 6:32 pm

Thanks Bev for the information and links.
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by Philjo56France » Sun Jul 14, 2019 12:36 am

Good night/morning Bev, Marianne, …!
And good night Decorah
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by IrishEyes » Sun Jul 14, 2019 7:22 pm

SUNDAY , JULY 14, 2019

Hi everyone !


Raptor Resource Project
11 hrs ·
It looks like another episode of 'As The Nest Turns' has dropped! A beautiful 4-1/2 year old subadult showed up in the Decorah territory, perching near Momat N1 and spending time in N2B. Videos here:
https://youtu.be/UFTG4tsSSNo
https://youtu.be/Dq1y-e9VDXk
Is this a rival suitor to DM2? A previous year's offspring dropping in for a visit? We don't know, but we'll be watching and there is an active discussion about it in our forum.

:vid: https://youtu.be/UFTG4tsSSNo
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by Philjo56France » Tue Jul 16, 2019 1:20 am

Good night/morning everyone, bonjour and merci Bev, …!
Pics from yesterday in the evening between 17h30 and 19h00 ?
Not in the good order, sorry.
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by Philjo56France » Tue Jul 16, 2019 1:21 am

cont.
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cont.
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by IrishEyes » Tue Jul 16, 2019 6:13 pm

TUESDAY, JULY 16, 2019

Philjo56France wrote:
Tue Jul 16, 2019 1:20 am
Good night/morning everyone, bonjour and merci Bev, …!
Pics from yesterday in the evening between 17h30 and 19h00 ?
Not in the good order, sorry.2019-07-16_10h14_15.jpg2019-07-16_10h14_35.jpg2019-07-16_10h15_09.jpg

Thanks so much Philjo for the scaps and observations ! :huggie:


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Thanks for the airmail, D27! D27 is beating the heat up in northwestern Ontario, southwest of Fort Severn. After looking at her travels and latitude, I got real curious about how much daylight she was experiencing. At her latitude, astronomical twilight has just started to fall. She won't experience true night until August 9th. Her day is currently 16 hours and 58 minutes long, which gives her a lot of time to travel!
What was she doing this time last year? About the same thing, just a little southwest of her current location. See the placename Muskrat Dam Lake? Brett tracked an adult female eagle who wintered in Eagle Valley and nested not far from MDL.
What's the land like? I downloaded the kml file, clicked over to google maps, and took a look. It's remote and generally flat, with a lot of lakes, a lot of conifers, and a fair amount of muskeg/bog - great fishing territory for eagles and people! Stay safe, D27 - and don't forget to write! We're looking forward to watching your travels this fall.
A thousand thanks to Brett Mandernack and the staff of Eagle Valley for sharing their expertise, maps, and data with us. To follow the travels of any of the eagles we've tracked, go to https://www.raptorresource.org/learning ... eagle-map/. To download a kml map for Google Earth (and a deeper map experience), select 'Download Google Earth Map' in the map controls section of our interactive maps. You can find the interactive daylight map here: https://www.timeanddate.com/…/cana…/for ... rst-nation

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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by IrishEyes » Tue Jul 16, 2019 6:19 pm

Cont.,Cl for bigger !
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Stay safe D 27... happy to know you are in Canada ~ :rh:
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Re: Decorah Iowa 2018-2019

Post by Philjo56France » Tue Jul 16, 2019 10:53 pm

Merci Bev, great to know where D27 is.
Good night to everyone
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