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Re: Delta2 2020 -2021 Observation and Discussion Thread

Post by Jean » Tue Aug 11, 2020 7:25 pm

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These cams are located in Delta, BC, Canada which is in the Pacific Time Zone.




The nest tree.............The barn in the first picture is no longer there. It was demolished on May 2, 2020.

July, 2019 (photos by Jean)
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On August 22, 2020 the nest tree was determined to be in poor condition. It was "overhauled" by David and crew, pruned of long, brittle branches and timber supports were placed underneath the nest to give it solid support. So the nest tree now looks a bit different than in the upper photos. Photos below taken by Darlene on the day this was done.

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History of the Nest.


There have been eagles in this territory in Delta, British Columbia, not far from the Tsawwassen Ferry, since at least the late 1990s. They initially took over and rebuilt a red tail hawk nest, then nested on high tension power poles for a few years, then moved back to the nest in 2010 and successfully raised two eaglets. A camera was installed for 2011.

There are other eagle pairs nesting nearby – and the cameras are powerful enough, and the “zoomers” who control them are skilled enough, that we can not only see the resident pair perched on towers guarding their territory – we can sometimes see the neighbours on a further pole, near where the territories meet.


2011.........2 eaglets raised.........Oreo and Jet. Oreo fell or was blown from the nest and was rescued and taken to O.W.L. as he couldn't be safely returned to the nest. Jet fledged.

2012..........2 eaglets raised..........Goldwing and Linux. Goldwing did not survive and Linux needed some rescue help from OWL but did fledge afterwards.

2013........2 eggs laid, but only one hatched.........Tux. Tux fledged successfully.

2014.......Feb, 8, 2014...........Ma severely injured her left leg, possibly broke it. Ma still laid 2 eggs that year and 2 eaglets did fledge.........Ariel and Hunter.

2015..........2 eggs laid..........none hatched as our adults were frequently off the nest.......something likely disturbed them that year..........A summer storm happened overnight on August 28th/29th, 2015 while our adults were away on their migration. It completely snapped the nest tree and the nest fell to the ground. A starter nest was built in the tree we had been calling the Barn Tree. This nest was accepted by Ma and Pa when they returned from their migration and life carried on using the newly constructed nest.

2016..........2 eggs laid.....both hatched.............Ace and Pippin. Sadly, Pippin did not make it and passed away. Ace successfully fledged.

2017..........2 eaglets raised........Spirit and Jewel. Both fledged successfully.

2018........Sad turn of events this year. Pa went missing on June 1, 2018 and was not seen after that. Ma struggled with other adult and sub adult eagles to maintain control of her nest which had 2 chicks on it at this time. When Pa disappeared they were just over 7 weeks old. They were Dusk and Dawn. Both eaglets did fledge successfully as Ma befriended a male during this time. This male became known as Trooper.

2019........Trooper returned in the Fall to become the new male on the nest, Ma's mate. They raised 2 eaglets, Bella and Coola. Both did well with a successful fledge for them both.

2020.........Ma laid 3 eggs this year. Only 2 hatched. Sunny, the eldest chick, slipped from a branch @81 days of age..........was seen that night by searchers but no sign of him after that. Shadow accidentally fledged @83 days of age.......a successful fledge, he was around for a couple of weeks afterwards.


Link to last year's Discussion Thread.........2019 to 2020:
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Link to Nest Summary for 2019 to 2020:
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Link to cam cleaning.........Aug. 22, 2020:
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Re: Delta2 2020 -2021 Observation and Discussion Thread

Post by Jean » Sun Aug 16, 2020 4:04 pm

Timeline 2020 - 2021

Eagles return:
Oct. 3, 2020.......Adult seen on poles and in stick tree.....thought to be be Trooper, not confirmed.
Oct. 10, 2020..........Trooper confirmed on the nest.
Oct. 12, 2020............2 adults on poles, towers and sleeping in stick tree. Trooper confirmed again and assumed it was Ma with him (confirmed the next day, Oct. 13th).


Eggs Laid:


Pip observed:



Chicks hatched:


First Branching:


Fledge Dates:



Adults last seen:





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Nest Adoptions for 2020 to 2021 (September 2020 – August 2021)

~ Shirley/luvtheanimals ~
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~ Christine Carey aka CC398 ~
~ In memory of Harry Stothers ~
~ The very generous ongoing support from Jane McLennan on behalf of her grand-children Tamsyn, Lucille, Finola, Hanna and her great-grand-children Ivy, Winter and Winona ~



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Re: Delta2 2020 -2021 Observation and Discussion Thread

Post by Jean » Sun Aug 16, 2020 4:05 pm

How to identify our adults..................Ma.


Eye dots are one permanent marker to ID an eagle. They do not change.
Ma's eye dots are very difficult to see.
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Ma has ridges on her beak, (Trooper has some too) but they are a bit more noticeable than the ridges on Trooper's beak.
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Re: Delta2 2020 -2021 Observation and Discussion Thread

Post by Jean » Sun Aug 16, 2020 4:06 pm

How to identify our adults.............Trooper.

Trooper has a long white collar feather that hangs down from his front collar which is noticeable particularly when standing in this position with his head turned to the left.
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When bending down we often see a noticeable white back collar feather which is longer than the rest of the collar and in 2019 we noticed he had a "curly" feather on his back.
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Trooper had an injury to the right side of his beak in 2018. It bruised and became a noticeable crease as seen in 2019.
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Re: Delta2 2020 -2021 Observation and Discussion Thread

Post by Jean » Sun Aug 16, 2020 4:06 pm

How to identify our adults.............Comparing Ma with Trooper.


Ma has a front collar notch.......Trooper has a back collar notch (not always visible).
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Back collars........Trooper's edge is a rougher looking zig zag in shape.......Ma has a finer edge to her collar at the back.
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Tails........Trooper's is slimmer usually (not in this pic).....more tapered with tattered ends. Ma's is wider and neater.
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Re: Delta2 2020 -2021 Observation and Discussion Thread

Post by Jean » Sun Aug 16, 2020 4:08 pm

In General...............


Collars change over time and with the wind and conditions of the moment. But their collars are distinct, and look different from each other on many occasions.

Ma has eye dots...........Trooper does not (that we have yet seen).

Trooper's tail often seems to have a tattered look with fringes at the tips of his feathers there.

Trooper has that very distinctive "crease" on the right side of his beak. If his beak is dirty or the lighting is not good we don't see it easily.

Ma may occasionally limp, especially during nesting season. But her previous injury has healed well and most of the time we don't see the limp at all.

Generally speaking the male is smaller than the female. The female usually has broader shoulders (like a linebacker). David says this is so the female can properly support the male on her for a successful mating.
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Re: Delta2 2020 -2021 Observation and Discussion Thread

Post by Jean » Sun Aug 16, 2020 4:37 pm

Neighbouring eagle nests.


There are 3 other nests (neighbours) that can be seen with our cams. What we see in any of those nests (whether they are located on a tower or in a tree) often depends upon the weather conditions at the time because they are so far away and also depends on how many leaves are blocking our view once leaves from on the branches of all the trees. Bright sunlight is favorable for viewing them and with our area experiencing lots of cloud, rain and fog at times............it is often difficult or impossible to see them. And as they are in the distance any view we get it small. To make it easier to identify these 3 locations it has been decided to give each of these nests a name. This makes for easier posting and better recognition of which nest is being commented on. There is one more nest called the Bluff nest which at times can be barely located with our cams.........it is not close enough to see any details of consequence.

1. The Tower nest............home of the tower eagles. This is the closest neighbor to Ma and Trooper. The tower they nest on is located to the right of Ma and Trooper's nest. It is very easy to see from both our WEST and EAST cams.

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2. The Field nest............home of the field eagles. If one looks to the left of the distant evergreen, into the distance they can see a tall tower there. In the past we've seen adults perched there and it is believed they nest in that tower although we rarely get a glimpse of them there. Most of the time we can only see this from the EAST cam.

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3. The Bay nest...........home of the bay eagles. This is the most recent nest found.........located in a tree towards Boundary Bay. Two adults were seen perched in this tree together. This nest can only be seen using the WEST cam.

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Post by Jean » Sun Aug 16, 2020 4:38 pm

This is a general map of the area around the Delta2 eagles nest which shows the layout of important points of interest.

It shows the poles, towers and other perching spots for our eagles. This is the view we see with our cams with the Delta2 nest in the center and gives the actual order of things as we follow around with the cams. It indicates how all these spots are positioned in relation to each other and to the nest itself.

Thanks to Sandy for all the work in creating this map.

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Post by Jean » Sun Aug 16, 2020 4:39 pm

WELCOME TO THE DELTA2 DISCUSSION THREAD FOR 2020 TO 2021!

Ma and Trooper are back and its time to begin a new year with our beloved pair! :woohoo: :hooray: :rh:
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Re: Delta2 2020 -2021 Observation and Discussion Thread

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2020

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Re: Delta2 2020 -2021 Observation and Discussion Thread

Post by Jean » Tue Oct 13, 2020 8:39 am

By Sue.........

6:41 am - Good Morning Delta 2! I am logging into the W Cam now just to be ready in case Ma and/or Trooper come to the nest early....seems a bit windy and maybe raining right now.

7:06 am - yesterday, Trooper had come to the nest by this time....different morning...different weather...still quite dark out and seems quite windy. I don't even hear the rooster yet....everyone is sleeping in.

7:10 am - and just like that, the rooster is now up and calling out. Oh My Gosh, also hearing eagle calls!!! Just love the sound!
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By Sue..........

7:22 am - one of our eagles is on the nest tree...can't find them....assuming they are up on the front of the nest tree out of cam view
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By JudyB............
SueB wrote:
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6:41 am - Good Morning Delta 2! I am logging into the W Cam now just to be ready in case Ma and/or Trooper come to the nest early....seems a bit windy and maybe raining right now.

7:06 am - yesterday, Trooper had come to the nest by this time....different morning...different weather...still quite dark out and seems quite windy. I don't even hear the rooster yet....everyone is sleeping in.

7:10 am - and just like that, the rooster is now up and calling out. Oh My Gosh, also hearing eagle calls!!! Just love the sound!
Glad you heard the eagle calls, Sue - I was coming here to report them, and thought Delta was the only cam where I had sound up - but wasn't sure about that. And I just heard another call - around 7:21 am.
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By Sue.........
JudyB wrote:
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SueB wrote:
Tue Oct 13, 2020 6:41 am
6:41 am - Good Morning Delta 2! I am logging into the W Cam now just to be ready in case Ma and/or Trooper come to the nest early....seems a bit windy and maybe raining right now.

7:06 am - yesterday, Trooper had come to the nest by this time....different morning...different weather...still quite dark out and seems quite windy. I don't even hear the rooster yet....everyone is sleeping in.

7:10 am - and just like that, the rooster is now up and calling out. Oh My Gosh, also hearing eagle calls!!! Just love the sound!
Glad you heard the eagle calls, Sue - I was coming here to report them, and thought Delta was the only cam where I had sound up - but wasn't sure about that. And I just heard another call - around 7:21 am.
Good Morning Judy! Yes, that last eagle call was on the nest tre
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By Sue.......

7:30 am - I think there is still one adult still on the stick tree here.....I looked around to the poles, towers, and evergreen tree and did not see their mate
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By Carleen..........

Oh, how glorious to see both of "our" eagles!!! I do hope they can tell how relieved we all are now that we know they are safely back home again!
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By Sue.....
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Oh, how glorious to see both of "our" eagles!!! I do hope they can tell how relieved we all are now that we know they are safely back home again!
Good Morning Carleen! I sure hope they know too. Can't wait for the weather to clear up a little so we can get a good look at them....especially Ma since she hasn't been to the nest yet.
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By Sue..........

7:54 am - the weather is really nasty out there right now....high winds, rain, and fog. I took another look around and did not see our eagles anywhere....the first tower is not visible at this time due to the rain drops on the cam cover and the fog. Even the nest is not clear due to the rain drops on the cam cover. I have not heard our eagles call out since earlier. I will keep the cam up just in case one of our eagles does come to the nest. If another zoomer would like to take the cam please do so.
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Post by Jean » Tue Oct 13, 2020 8:47 am

By Sue........

8:06 am - I just took another quick look around and did not see our eagles anywhere.

I am now off the W Cam. If anyone is watching and sees our eagles land on the nest please post. Thanks!
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Post by Jean » Tue Oct 13, 2020 8:54 am

8:53am........ :wave: Good morning Delta2 friends! It is not a nice day here...........get ready for lots of wind and rain today!

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Post by Aigle Armour » Tue Oct 13, 2020 9:19 am

I am thrilled right along with you that Ma & Trooper are home! So exciting! I look forward to watching this beautiful pair raise another family from the beginning of the season. I started watching after hatch this past season and grew to love this nest. I can't begin to tell you how excited I was to see Trooper on the nest as I was scrolling through YouTube yesterday. What a lovely day! Thank you for all of your posts, pictures, and updates. Here's to another successful season! :rh: :woohoo: :eag: :hatch: :hooray:

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Post by SueB » Tue Oct 13, 2020 9:37 am

9:37 am - I am going to log into the W Cam for a quick look around

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Post by SueB » Tue Oct 13, 2020 9:51 am

9:39 am - no doubt that is an adult in the stick tree.......just zoomed in, in time to see them fly off....heading downward and to the right
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Post by SueB » Tue Oct 13, 2020 9:51 am

9:44 am - found one of our eagles on the first tower and they appear to be eating something
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I looked around to our other poles and towers and did not find their mate yet.

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Post by SueB » Tue Oct 13, 2020 9:55 am

Aigle Armour wrote:
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I am thrilled right along with you that Ma & Trooper are home! So exciting! I look forward to watching this beautiful pair raise another family from the beginning of the season. I started watching after hatch this past season and grew to love this nest. I can't begin to tell you how excited I was to see Trooper on the nest as I was scrolling through YouTube yesterday. What a lovely day! Thank you for all of your posts, pictures, and updates. Here's to another successful season! :rh: :woohoo: :eag: :hatch: :hooray:
Good Morning Aigle! Thanks for joining us here at Delta! We are all so excited to see Ma & Trooper back and both being healthy.....just can't wait to get a close up of Ma on the nest. Please feel free to post s'caps of our eagles if you see them.

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Post by SueB » Tue Oct 13, 2020 9:56 am

9:56 am - The wind is so strong it is hard to keep the cam on the first tower as it keeps go up and down. But can see our eagle is still there eating.

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Post by Linuxgw2 » Tue Oct 13, 2020 10:02 am

Good morning,

Ty all for the scraps n posts this am.. As we wait for our leading lady to make her appearance to her nest. As we know, we are
on Ma's time. She always knows how to make her grand appearance.

Thank you for the new link to our season 2020-2021!! Let the season begin!

What a windy rainy day for them. but we can see they are out and about. Now just make a visit for us !!

Waiting and watching !

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Post by SueB » Tue Oct 13, 2020 10:02 am

10:02 am - Both eagles on the nest!!!
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