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Re: In Memoriam

Post by Philjo56France » Mon Jan 04, 2021 5:00 am

Just a little recall of all the lovely birds, i crossed their way for a day, a month or less even an hour, but they imprinted me so much i can't let them going away from me without a little sign.

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2017 18 birds. (4 adults and 14 youngs)

RIP
In Memory of:
Eaglet DH3 from Dale Hollow. Eaglet DN6 from Decorah North. Eaglets Freedom, Justice and Hope from Minnesota Bound. Eaglet Solo from Redding (Cal), BE Unknown from Fox River Valley (Wi). Sea eaglet SE19 and the Sea eagle intuder female from Sydney (Aus). The Osplets Aspen and Sierra, Bailey's siblings from Audubon Hog Island (Maine). Osplet Big Little Squirt from PLH nest (Montana). The Osplets BWL1 and BWL2 from Belwood Lake. The Falconets Cottonball and Snowflakes from Melbourne Nest (Aus).

MIA
BE Hope, mother from Fulton Nest (Trio). BE Dad Honeycomb from Harrison Mills (BC).

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2018 34 birds. (10 adults and 24 youngs)

RIP
In Memory of:
The BE Eloise Mom from Harrison Bay (TN). The BE Eleanor (Ellie) from Dollywood. the Eaglet Unknown from Old Creek Town Park, Eufaula (Al). The Eaglet B11 from Berry College. The Osplet Stevie from Port Lincoln (Australia). The Eaglet DH4 from Dale Hollow. The Eaglet BBB from Big Bear. The Eaglet Syrius from Fulton nest (Trio). The BE and Eaglet Mom and Unknown from Sandy Ridge Ohio. The Eaglets DN7 and DN8 from Decorah North. The Eaglet Chips from Harrison Mills (BC). The Eaglet A49 from Bald Canyon, San Clemente Island. The Osplet C3 from Hellgate Canyon (MT). The Osplet C2 from Hellgate Canyon (MT). The Osplet PLT2 from Pioneer Log & Timber (MT). The Osplet HI1 from Hog Island (Ma). The Osplet EE from Hog Island (Ma). The Eaglet Flyer from Dayton (Oh). The Eaglet Valor from Washington DC. The Sea Eaglet SE22 from Sydney AUS. The Falconet Fluffy from Melbourne AUS. The Falconet Flappy from Melbourne AUS. The Eaglet NE20 from NEFL.

MIA
the BE Belle, Mom from NCTC-Shepherdstown. The BE Dad Decorah from Decorah. The Hawklet and Owlet from Pinnacles national Park. The BE, Mom Honeycombs from Harrison Mills (BC). The BE, Dad Delta from Delta 2 (BC). The BE Mom Decorah North from Decorah North. The BE Mom Juliet from NEFL Florida. The BE Dad Romeo from NEFL Florida.

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2019 23 birds. (7 adults and 16 youngs)

RIP
In Memory of:
PPO 1 the owlet from Pot Plant Owl nest Johannesburg, SA. PPO 2 the owlet from Pot Plant Owl nest Johannesburg, SA. Lady the Mom Owl from Pot Plant Owl nest Johannesburg, SA. Great Black Hawk Portland Ma. B13 the eaglet from Berry College, Ga. B12 the eaglet from Berry College, Ga. DN10 the Eaglet from Decorah North. Angel the eaglet from NCTC-Sheperdstown. Cookie the eaglet from Big Bear Ca. BHPE#1 & BHPE#2 the eaglets from Beacon Hill Park Eagles, Victoria, BC. Tuffy the hawklet from an eagle nest close to Redding Ca. Dion the osplet from Audubon Hog Island, Me. Doe the BE near Cranesville, Pa. WP Peace-up Osplet in Corte Madera, CA. Doe the osprey in Charente - France. Younger the falconet from Melbourne - AUS. SE23 the Sea Eaglet from Sydney - AUS.

MIA
Dad the owl father from Pot Plant Owl nest Johannesburg, SA. Dad Spirit the BE from Redding, Ca. Rachel the Mom osprey from Audubon - Hog Island, Me. Star the osplet from Port-Lincoln - AUS. Gaia the female falconet from Orange - AUS.

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2020 39 birds. (15 adults and 24 youngs)

RIP
In Memory of:
E14, the eaglet from Fort Myers, Fla. DH9, the eaglet from Dale Hollow, Tenn. CSN1 & CSN2, the eaglets from Caloosa School Nest, LE103, Cape Coral, Fla. DN11, the eaglet from Decorah North, Iowa. R2, the eaglet from Redding, Ca. E3, the eaglet from DNR, Minn. ND12, the eaglet from Notre Dame, South Bend, Ind. Hungry, the crowlet from White Rock eagle nest, BC. Valiant, the hawklet from Jurās Ērglis, Latvia. Floyd, the Falconet from Great Spirit Bluff, Minn. Elise, the falconet from Great Spirit Bluff, Minn. Spurr, the eaglet from Kenai, Alaska. Klints, the golden Eaglet from Latvia. E1 Eaglet from DNR, Minn. BPNx, the Osplets from Base Ball Park Nest at Missoula, Mont. OF2, the younger falconet from Orange Falcon nest, Australia. Tap, the younger osplet from Port Lincoln Osprey nest, Australia. SE26, the younger sea eaglet from Sydney Olympic Park, Australia.

MIA
Jules, the eaglet from NEFL Fla. Redoubt, the Dad bald eagle from Kenai, Alaska. Virsis, the Dad golden eagle from Latvia. Victoria & Nicholas, the Mom and Dad Bald Eagles from Florida Country, Fla. Sunny, the eaglet from Delta2, Bc. Kingpin, the Dad condor #167 from Redwood Grove Condor nest, Ca. SE25, the older sea eaglet from Sydney Olympic Park, Australia.

Special
Ma Berry, The Mom bald eagle from Berry College nest cam. Last time seen, flying, far away (60 miles west) from her nest where a new female is now with Dad Berry.

Condors: viewtopic.php?p=410457#p410457
“Survivor” #375, “Electra” #678, “Boreas” #773, “Arthur” #789, “Tonks” #875, #448, #9001, #9003 , chick #1022, chick #1029.


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Without Past, there is no Future !

To all of you, Fly Free, Fly High with always a Full Crop and don't forget all of you,
You will never be alone, You will live for the Eternity in our Heart.


2021 January 4
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RIP 2017-18-19-20-2021

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Re: In Memoriam

Post by Philjo56France » Mon Jan 11, 2021 1:38 am

Rip 2021

+January 10 - Florida Country, Fla : Bald eagle "Doe", Territorial fight .

As Victoria and Nicholas did not return this season, for several days many males have been trying to win the heart of the female present in the area. So many provocations between them and already we have seen battles and severe injuries. Yesterday
at 1:53 p.m. during a territorial battle, one of the two eagles in the photos finally lost his life. :ohmy: :( :cry1:
At the end the winner was surrounded by loud crows/ravens?. His presence must have hampered their cleaning work ...


LadyDeeagle55 made a :vid: of the battle, :ty: to her
But be Careful if you want to watch

1/10/2021. Eagle Country~ CAUTION !! Territorial Fight.One Male Doesn"t Make It.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_NuneVGV_ps

Pics are from the :vid:
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© https://eaglecountry.net/
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© https://eaglecountry.net/
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© https://eaglecountry.net/

Pics from before and after the battle can be found here : viewtopic.php?p=404743#p404743 Thanks to "bev."


RIP Brave Eagle ! :brknhrt:

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2021 1 bird. (1 adult and 0 young)

RIP
In Memory of:
Doe, Bald Eagle from Florida Country, Fla. +January 10.

MIA

Without Past, there is no Future !

To all of you, Fly Free, Fly High with always a full Crop and don't forget all of you,
You will never be alone, You will live for the Eternity in our Heart.


2021 January 11
:rh: E9: 4 yo. E14 :rh:
One day in the wild is worth a lifetime in a cage. B.Shofstall
RIP 2017-18-19-20-2021

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Re: In Memoriam

Post by Philjo56France » Thu Jan 14, 2021 5:15 am

Rip 2021

+January 13 - AEF Captiva/Sanibel Island, Fla : Bald eaglet "Peace", no assistance to eaglet in danger . :cry1:

Connie and Joe's younger eaglet, Peace hatched 12-14-2020 at 08h24. Smaller than his sibling Hope, he was an active chick too. During the last few days we felt that something was not going very well despite the informed advice of "specialists". Yesterday he ate a little, but was still very limp. before 22h00 he had stopped breathing. The eagle had flown. He was 30 do

:ty: Lady Hawk for your :vid:
AEF Captiva Eagles ~ Cute #2 Sleeping Gripping A Fish Tail! 😊 Amazing Close-Ups Of The Kids! 1.7.21

Pics from the video, courtesy of Lady Hawk.
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©Lady Hawk's video
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©Lady Hawk's video
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©Lady Hawk's video

RIP brave Peace, on the other side you have found loving, understanding and helping beings. Your ordeal is over now. You can support your parents and your twins. The next few hours are and will be terrible for them and for those you left alone and sad on the other side of the screen :brknhrt:

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2021 1 bird. (1 adult and 1 young)

RIP
In Memory of:
Doe, Bald Eagle from Florida Country, Fla. +January 10.--- Peace, Bald Eaglet from AEF Captiva/Sanibel Island, Fla. +January 13.---

MIA

Without Past, there is no Future !

To all of you, Fly Free, Fly High with always a full Crop and don't forget all of you,
You will never be alone, You will live for the Eternity in our Heart.


2021 January 14
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Re: In Memoriam

Post by IrishEyes » Thu Jan 14, 2021 5:56 am

So sorry Philjo about Peace .. RIP Little Peace

I was watching also.:brknhrt: :cry1: ... :hug:
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Re: In Memoriam

Post by Maddy » Thu Jan 14, 2021 7:27 am

RIP brave Peace :cry1: :brknhrt: :hug:
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Post by Iona » Thu Jan 14, 2021 11:54 am

:cry1: :brknhrt: RIP PEACE

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Post by Woodlands Bleu » Thu Jan 14, 2021 4:54 pm

I am so sorry about sweet Peace Philjo. Fly free little one, you were loved.
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Re: In Memoriam

Post by Kitcat11848 » Thu Jan 14, 2021 8:30 pm

Soar free and high little Peace with all your fellow eagles who left too early also. Watch over your sister. We will all miss you.
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Post by Philjo56France » Sun Jan 24, 2021 3:02 am

Rip 2021

+January 20 - Webster, Tx : Bald eaglet Sundance. :(

+January 21 - Webster, Tx : Bald eaglet Bellestar. :(

Sundance 1 day old, and Belle Star 2 days old didn't make it :cry1:
https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100006892819371
Photo Belle Starr on the left and Sundance on right. Webster, Tx copyright Paul White 2021
is here https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=28 ... 8826330862


+January 23 - Seagoville, Tx : Bald eaglet JBS14.

JBS14 less than 2 days old. RIP little one :cry1:
Not easy to be seen where the nest is but two pics during a meal from a LadyDeeagle 55's :vid: .
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2021 5 birds. (1 adult and 4 youngs)

RIP
In Memory of:
Doe, Bald Eagle from Florida Country, Fla. +January 10.--- Peace, Bald Eaglet from AEF Captiva/Sanibel Island, Fla. +January 13.--- Sundance, Bald Eaglet from Webster, Tx. +January 20.--- Belle Starr, Bald Eaglet from Webster, Tx. +January 21.--- JBS14, Bald Eaglet from Seagoville, Tx. +January 23.---

MIA

Without Past, there is no Future !

To all of you, Fly Free, Fly High with always a full Crop and don't forget all of you,
You will never be alone, You will live for the Eternity in our Heart.


2021 January 24
:rh: E9: 4 yo. E14 :rh:
One day in the wild is worth a lifetime in a cage. B.Shofstall
RIP 2017-18-19-20-2021

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Post by Philjo56France » Sun Jan 24, 2021 4:58 am

Rip 2021

+January 24 - AEF Captiva/Sanibel Island, Fla : Bald eaglet Hope, no assistance to eaglet in danger 2nd time in this nest . :cry1:

Connie and Joe's elder eaglet, Hope hatched 12-14-2020 at 08h24. During the last few days we felt that something was not going very well despite the informed advice of "specialists".
Poor little Hope, after a night of suffering alone in the nest, her tears finally drew her mother to her, but the poor Mom did not know what to do to alleviate her daughter's pain. After so many crying, after a last big convulsion Hope found her final place in the nest. At almost the end Connie flew away, Hope didn't noticed that as she was already conversing with Peace.
At 3:48 am her whole body relaxed, her feathers soaked with our tears. Peace had taken Hope with him to the other side where the word compassion has real meaning for everyone, leaving only her eaglet's clothes in the nest. RIP ma Belle! It is the second time this season in this nest, the eagle had flown. She was 41 do


:ty: Lady Hawk for all your :vid: s
3 Pics from the video "AEF Captiva ~ Hope Standing Tall & Wingercising! 40 Days Old! Connie Delivers A fish 😊 🐟 1.23.21"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UoWv5e_aoJE
Last day together between Hope and Connie
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And a last one, be careful viewing it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQSul_gYIqk
" AEF Captiva ~ Hope Dies On Nest! Connie Sees Hope One Last Time! 1.24.21" :vid: by Lady Hawk
It is a very tragic turn of events to first lose Peace and then early this morning to see Hope pass away on the nest. Connie arrives to the nest in the last few minutes before Hope takes her last breath around 03:48 AM. Hope suffered terribly for many hours and it is heartbreaking and tragic! I did everything I could as soon as I saw Hope bleeding yesterday by contacting AEF, CROW and other individuals but there was not enough time to save this precious chick. Hope fought so hard trying to survive but is now at peace with no more suffering. I am devastated and angry with what I believe was rodenticide poisoning that killed both Peace and Hope on this nest. May you rest in peace little one and soar high now with no more pain and be with your sibling Peace. RIP little ones. 💔💔😰
My deepest condolences to all the viewers who are watching this nest.



RIP brave Hope, on the other side you have found loving, understanding, compassion and helping beings. Your ordeal is over now. You meet again your sibling Peace. You can support your parents. The next few hours are and will be terrible for them and for those you left alone and sad on the other side of the screen :brknhrt:

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2021 5 birds. (1 adult and 5 youngs)

RIP
In Memory of:
Doe, Bald Eagle from Florida Country, Fla. +January 10.--- Peace, Bald Eaglet from AEF Captiva/Sanibel Island, Fla. +January 13.--- Sundance, Bald Eaglet from Webster, Tx. +January 20.--- Belle Starr, Bald Eaglet from Webster, Tx. +January 21.--- JBS14, Bald Eaglet from Seagoville, Tx. +January 23.--- Hope, Bald Eaglet from AEF Captiva/Sanibel Island, Fla. +January 24.---

MIA

Without Past, there is no Future !

To all of you, Fly Free, Fly High with always a full Crop and don't forget all of you,
You will never be alone, You will live for the Eternity in our Heart.


2021 January 24
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Re: In Memoriam

Post by Maddy » Sun Jan 24, 2021 6:46 am

RIP brave Hope :cry1: :brknhrt:
Philippe, :hug: :grhug:
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Post by Kitcat11848 » Sun Jan 24, 2021 7:56 am

lots of hugs to you, Phillipe and all Captiva watchers. RIP sweet Hope; your name carried such promise :brknhrt: :cry1:
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Post by IrishEyes » Sun Jan 24, 2021 8:51 am

I was alao watching this nest,., :cry1: :brknhrt:

Thanks for posting here Philjo :hug:

I am at a loss for words .

I am going to say Fly Free sweet Hope,, Soar the open skies with Peace and all the others that are gone... Ever Remembered Ever Loved :rh: :rh:
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Re: In Memoriam

Post by Iona » Sun Jan 24, 2021 11:52 am

What a tragic year this has been for our eagles. big bear lost all their eggs and the death of four eaglets already.
I hjope the season gets better

RIP Little ones

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Re: In Memoriam

Post by Philjo56France » Thu Jan 28, 2021 5:38 am

Special Rip 2020

The Dolan Fire destroyed the Condor's Big Sur Sanctuary on August 20-21, 2020.

Eleven Condors Declared Dead October 30, 2020: Name & Tag Number
The nine free-flying condors that disappeared when the Dolan Fire burned through the Condor's Big Sur Sanctuary include


“Kingpin” #167,
“Survivor” #375,
“Electra” #678,
“Boreas” #773,
“Arthur” #789,
“Tonks” #875,


one condor from Big Sur Sanctuary and the Pinnacles Flock #448,
and two wild-raised, #9001, and #9003.

Two chicks also perished in the fire:
Chick #1022, whose parents are #448 (PNP), female 543 (PNP),
chick #1029 whose parents are McWay #567 and Loner #311.

Fate of the Two Missing Condor Chicks - September 11, 2020

:vid: from Ventana Wildlife Socety’s Condor Program
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=reSflK7 ... e=emb_logo

We are saddened to share the news that two of the five condor chicks previously reported as being in harm’s way have perished in the Dolan Fire. Three of the five condor chicks survived, including “Iniko,”
as well as chick #1033, who was rescued from a cliff’s nest that was directly in the path of the fire’s advance. Iniko was named by the public while viewers around the world watched this chick and its parents on live-streaming camera provided by explore.org. While the loss of every California condor is tragic, we are also seeing the remarkable resiliency of the next generation of condor chicks. There are still nine missing free-flying condors since the time of the fire on August 21, 2020 but we remain hopeful.
As the condor population continues to grow and their range continues to expand, catastrophic fire events like this one are less likely to have a significant impact on their recovery. Thanks to Condor Program Recovery partners, releases of new condors raised in zoos will occur despite the loss of the Big Sur Condor Sanctuary. A cohort of nine condors will be transferred to central California next month and seven of these will be released in San Simeon, California and the other two at Pinnacles National Park


3 pics from the video
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https://www.ventanaws.org/rebuild.html
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https://www.ventanaws.org/rebuild.html
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https://www.ventanaws.org/rebuild.html


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2020 11 condors. (9 adults and 2 youngs)

RIP
In Memory of:
11 condors from the Condor's Big Sur Sanctuary and Pinnacles flock. +10-20/21-2020.

Without Past, there is no Future !

To all of you, Fly Free, Fly High with always a full Crop and don't forget all of you,
You will never be alone, You will live for the Eternity in our Heart.


2021 January 24
:rh: E9: 4 yo. E14 :rh:
One day in the wild is worth a lifetime in a cage. B.Shofstall
RIP 2017-18-19-20-2021

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Re: In Memoriam

Post by Philjo56France » Thu Jan 28, 2021 11:08 pm

Rip 2021

+January 17 - Pinnacles, Ca : Condor Scabbers #901, severe burn injuries . :cry1:

:vid: from VWS Condor Zoom Chat- January 28, 2021 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uyor4Hf ... e=emb_logo
Ventana Wildlife Socety’s Condor Program
Join the VWS condor crew as they provide the latest updates on the wild population in central California. Recorded on 1/28/2021 @ 4-5 pm. Learn more about condors and Ventana Wildlife Society at www.ventanaws.org. Next condor zoom chat is on 2/25/2021

Pics from the video
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© Ventana Wildlife Socety’s Condor Program

RIP brave Scabbers. Your ordeal and your suffering on this earth are over. Join all those who disappeared before you during this terrible fire. Don't be afraid, they all surround you with their love. :cry1: :brknhrt:

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2021 7 birds. (2 adult and 5 youngs)

RIP
In Memory of:
Doe, Bald Eagle from Florida Country, Fla. +January 10.--- Peace, Bald Eaglet from AEF Captiva/Sanibel Island, Fla. +January 13.--- Scabbers #901, Condor from Pinnacles, Ca. +January 17.--- Sundance, Bald Eaglet from Webster, Tx. +January 20.--- Belle Starr, Bald Eaglet from Webster, Tx. +January 21.--- JBS14, Bald Eaglet from Seagoville, Tx. +January 23.--- Hope, Bald Eaglet from AEF Captiva/Sanibel Island, Fla. +January 24.---

MIA

Without Past, there is no Future !

To all of you, Fly Free, Fly High with always a full Crop and don't forget all of you,
You will never be alone, You will live for the Eternity in our Heart.


2021 January 28
:rh: E9: 4 yo. E14 :rh:
One day in the wild is worth a lifetime in a cage. B.Shofstall
RIP 2017-18-19-20-2021

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Post by Iona » Fri Jan 29, 2021 12:32 pm

:cry1:

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Post by Philjo56France » Wed Feb 10, 2021 2:04 am

Rip 2021

+January 29 - Decorah, Iowa : Juvenile bald Eagle D35, Found dead on the bank of Iowa River just South of Iowa city, killed by lead poisoning. . :cry1:

How did Brett know there was a problem? D35’s sensor data was static, her location hadn’t changed significantly, and she was too cold. After finding D35, Brett decided to do a wellness check on D36. While he didn’t find D36 that day, further sensor data shows that D36 is healthy and moving well.

Mom Decorah and DM2's chicklet. Born 04-05-2020, almost 10 Months old. D34 and D36's sibling. he left Decorah area around 08-11-2020. D35 received a GPS as D36 did.
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one of my pics, the Happy Days D34 (far) D36 (middle) and D35 the closer one. 04-16-2020.

Rest in Peace my Friend. Sorry that one more time humanity killed you. But you are not alone and you found a better place to fly high and freely with always a full crop.
I'm sure Dad Decorah was there to welcome you between his wings as you are a little one of his beloved Honey Mom Decorah.


Pics are from https://www.facebook.com/RaptorResourceProject
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RRP Board member David Lynch took this photo of D35 landing on the bridge on Siewers Spring Road near the Decorah Fish Hatchery on July 3, 2020.
©David Lynch07-03-2020
https://www.facebook.com/RaptorResource ... 7759180816

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One of John Howe's favorite captures of the Transmitter Twins! D36 is still alive and well.
©John Howe
https://www.facebook.com/RaptorResource ... 7675847491


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2021 8 birds. (2 adult and 6 youngs)

RIP
In Memory of:
Doe, Bald Eagle from Florida Country, Fla. +January 10.--- Peace, Bald Eaglet from AEF Captiva/Sanibel Island, Fla. +January 13.--- Scabbers #901, Condor from Pinnacles, Ca. +January 17.--- Sundance, Bald Eaglet from Webster, Tx. +January 20.--- Belle Starr, Bald Eaglet from Webster, Tx. +January 21.--- JBS14, Bald Eaglet from Seagoville, Tx. +January 23.--- Hope, Bald Eaglet from AEF Captiva/Sanibel Island, Fla. +January 24.--- D35, juvie Bald Eagle from Decorah, Iowa. +January 29.---

MIA

Without Past, there is no Future !

To all of you, Fly Free, Fly High with always a full Crop and don't forget all of you,
You will never be alone, You will live for the Eternity in our Heart.


2021 February 10
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Post by IrishEyes » Wed Feb 10, 2021 4:09 am

Thanks Philjo :hug: .. I am :brknhrt: :cry1: No words to describe how I feel .

Fly free and high sweet D35 .. you are ever remembered ever loved :rh:
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Re: In Memoriam

Post by Iona » Wed Feb 10, 2021 12:00 pm

Fly high sweet one, and watch over your siblings

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Re: In Memoriam

Post by Kitcat11848 » Wed Feb 10, 2021 12:12 pm

Philjo,I am just seeing your post here about D35; so sad. When will people realize the consequences of their actions. Just had to get after a lady on my camper site over poisoning mice; she just doesn't get it.
Fly free and always with a full crop D35.
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Re: In Memoriam

Post by Philjo56France » Fri Feb 12, 2021 12:17 am

Rip 2021

+ February 11 - Berry College, GA : Bald Eaglet B14 less than 2 do.

From JudyB, 7 pm I'm afraid I have sad news - I don't know all the details, but saw on a Facebook page that the little one got out of the nest cup while being fed and ended up at the edge of the nest. It sounded as if the young female may have pecked at it, not recognizing it was a chick - and then she resumed incubating the egg, leaving the chick out in the rain. Dad tried to cover it and may have tried to push it back towards the nest cup, but that didn't work and he's left now, and it's night, and the little eaglet is at the edge of the nest.
:cry1: :brknhrt:

Now B14, you don't need food, you are not cold nor wet, you are surrounded by the love of your Parents, by the love your siblings gone there before you and by the love of all the viewers who, all reunited, are pushing you higher and higher toward the Heavens... Fly free B14, Fly high with always a full crop. RIP my little night Friend :rh:
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2021 9 birds. (2 adult and 7 youngs)

RIP
In Memory of:
Doe, Bald Eagle from Florida Country, Fla. +January 10.--- Peace, Bald Eaglet from AEF Captiva/Sanibel Island, Fla. +January 13.--- Scabbers #901, Condor from Pinnacles, Ca. +January 17.--- Sundance, Bald Eaglet from Webster, Tx. +January 20.--- Belle Starr, Bald Eaglet from Webster, Tx. +January 21.--- JBS14, Bald Eaglet from Seagoville, Tx. +January 23.--- Hope, Bald Eaglet from AEF Captiva/Sanibel Island, Fla. +January 24.--- D35, juvie Bald Eagle from Decorah, Iowa. +January 29.--- B14, Bald Eaglet from Berry College, GA. +February 11.---

MIA:

Unhatched Eggs: 3 at Big Bear, 1 at Berry College, 1 at NEFL,


Without Past, there is no Future !

To all of you, Fly Free, Fly High with always a full Crop and don't forget all of you,
You will never be alone, You will live for the Eternity in our Heart.


2021 February 20
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Re: In Memoriam

Post by IrishEyes » Fri Feb 12, 2021 7:08 am

This is how I want to remember B14

My Scap of Dad feeding B14 Feb 11 at 7:15a
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B14 had such energy for a day old baby chick... :love:

I am going to say Fly Free B14 .. soar the open skies .. I can see you in my minds eye flapping your little wings :love:

You are Ever Remembered ... Ever Loved :rh:

I will miss you :brknhrt: :cry1:
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Re: In Memoriam

Post by Iona » Fri Feb 12, 2021 1:03 pm

:cry1: Fly high sweet one

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Re: In Memoriam

Post by Philjo56France » Sun Feb 28, 2021 2:07 am

MIA 2021

Mia <February 16 - Washington DC, National Arboretum : Bald Eagle TFL
"The First Lady" as she was called, mate of "Mr President" and Mother of their eaglets during at least 6-7 years.

She didn't come back after a territorial dispute with the female called V5 the new mate? of Mr President...

From https://www.facebook.com/washingtondceaglecam

TFL has been a cherished and revered eagle here in DC. Many are mourning the loss of her presence in the nest which appears more and more definite as time passes. It is important to keep in mind that we can love TFL as much as we want while gradually accepting the new eagle. It is not either or. I hope this helps. Here are some images of our beloved beauty. ❤️🦅❤️

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04-12-2017 TLF is feeding DC4 & DC5 by Sandy
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2016 ? Mr P is protecting TLF
All images © American Eagle Foundation. DCEAGLECAM.ORG
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© American Eagle Foundation, www.eagles.org AEF - DCec

I hope your are still flying around dear Mom. :luck: You deserve to be quiet now :rh: .

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2021 9 birds. (2 adult and 7 youngs)

RIP
In Memory of:
Doe, Bald Eagle from Florida Country, Fla. +January 10.--- Peace, Bald Eaglet from AEF Captiva/Sanibel Island, Fla. +January 13.--- Scabbers #901, Condor from Pinnacles, Ca. +January 17.--- Sundance, Bald Eaglet from Webster, Tx. +January 20.--- Belle Starr, Bald Eaglet from Webster, Tx. +January 21.--- JBS14, Bald Eaglet from Seagoville, Tx. +January 23.--- Hope, Bald Eaglet from AEF Captiva/Sanibel Island, Fla. +January 24.--- D35, juvie Bald Eagle from Decorah, Iowa. +January 29.--- B14, Bald Eaglet from Berry College, GA. +February 11.---


MIA:
TFL, Bald Eagle from WashingtonDC, National Arboretum. <January 21.---Joe, Bald Eagle, +Hope & +Peace'Dad from Captiva Sanibel Fla. mid February.---


Unhatched Eggs: (8) 3 at Big Bear (Ravens), 1 at Berry College (nv), 1 at NEFL (nv), 3 at West End Santa Catalina (one egg brought and two eaglet bodies eaten by ravens).


Without Past, there is no Future !

To all of you, Fly Free, Fly High with always a full Crop and don't forget all of you,
You will never be alone, You will live for the Eternity in our Heart.


17 March 2021
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RIP 2017-18-19-20-2021

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Re: In Memoriam

Post by Philjo56France » Wed Mar 17, 2021 3:29 am

Captiva Sanibel Florida

+ Peace :cry1:
+ Hope :cry1: NECROPSY RESULTS
MIA Joe (their father) :(


In mid february Hope and Peace's father, "Joe", was last seen after numerous intruders tried to take the nest. At a time he seemed to have a problem with one wing. Today, March 17, Mom Connie her mate is with a new male...

https://www.facebook.com/CROWClinic

CAPTIVA EAGLET NECROPSY RESULTS: The liver tissue of Hope from the American Eagle Foundation Captiva Eagle Cam nest, a female eaglet, was found to contain markedly increased levels of brodifacoum as well as traces of difenacoum, both are second generation anticoagulant rodenticide or rat poison. While we have answers for Hope’s death, a necropsy was unable to be performed on the younger eaglet, Peace, and the cause of its death remains unknown.
Anticoagulant rodenticides, or rat poisons, prevent the blood from clotting normally and cause an animal that has ingested a toxic amount to bleed to death. Rodents that ingest the poison often become disoriented or lethargic as they are dying and become easy prey for eagles, hawks, owls and other predators, passing the poison through the food chain. Sadly, it is not uncommon for apparently healthy raptors to test positive for low levels of rodenticides, which have not yet reached the point of causing toxicity and illness. The adults in the nest likely have chronic exposure to rodenticides from the same food sources but are not currently suffering any ill effects due to their larger body size compared to the affected baby.
For downloadable content to share with your friends, in your neighborhood, or classroom, please visit:
https://www.raptorsarethesolution.org/free-outreach.../
E17 & E18 EYE SWAB RESULTS: Swabs of the Southwest Florida Eagle Cam eaglets infected eyes came back positive for Avian chlamydiosis. Avian chlamydiosis is a bacterial disease caused by Chlamydophila psittaci (C. psittaci), which is carried commonly by birds. This finding is consistent with our cytology results which allowed our treatment to be effective. Thanks to the incredible work by our team of veterinarians, technicians and wildlife rehabilitators, the eaglets were returned to their nest healthy and have continued to grow and thrive!
More on AC: https://www.northeastwildlife.org/disea ... lamydiosis
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up is +Hope, down is E17 & E18

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2021 9 birds. (2 adult and 7 youngs)

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In Memory of:
Doe, Bald Eagle from Florida Country, Fla. +January 10.--- Peace, Bald Eaglet from AEF Captiva/Sanibel Island, Fla. +January 13.--- Scabbers #901, Condor from Pinnacles, Ca. +January 17.--- Sundance, Bald Eaglet from Webster, Tx. +January 20.--- Belle Starr, Bald Eaglet from Webster, Tx. +January 21.--- JBS14, Bald Eaglet from Seagoville, Tx. +January 23.--- Hope, Bald Eaglet from AEF Captiva/Sanibel Island, Fla. +January 24.--- D35, juvie Bald Eagle from Decorah, Iowa. +January 29.--- B14, Bald Eaglet from Berry College, GA. +February 11.---

MIA: (2)
TFL, Bald Eagle from WashingtonDC, National Arboretum. <January 21.---Joe, Bald Eagle, +Hope & +Peace's Dad from Captiva Sanibel Fla. mid February.---

Unhatched Eggs: (14)
BBe1 & BBe2 (Ravens), BB3 (during laying) at Big Bear. BCe2 at Berry College (nv), NEFLe2 at NEFL (nv), WEe1, WEe2 & WEe3 at West End Santa Catalina (one egg brought and two eaglet bodies eaten by ravens), BBe4 (2nd clutch) at Big Bear seems to me it was crushed during the hatchling, BBe5 (2nd clutch) at Big Bear (nv). ADe1 & ADe2 Arconic Davenport, parents left the nest after a battle against an intruder. BLSTe1 & BLSTe2 at Barr Lake State Park Adam County (Colo), the nest tree felt down , 2 eaglets almost ready to hatch found dead in the water.

Without Past, there is no Future !

To all of you, Fly Free, Fly High with always a full Crop and don't forget all of you,
You will never be alone, You will live for the Eternity in our Heart.


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Post by Iona » Wed Mar 17, 2021 12:41 pm

Thanks for the info Philjo. It's been a rough year

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Post by Philjo56France » Fri Apr 16, 2021 11:50 pm

Rip 2021

+ April 15 - Xcel Energy's Fort St. Vrain site, Co : Bald Eaglet FSV43 less than 2 do.

From https://www.facebook.com/RaptorResourceProject
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We are sorry to announce that FSV43 - the newest eaglet at Xcel Energy's Fort St. Vrain site - died sometime during brooding yesterday. Both parents brooded faithfully and the eaglet appeared to be healthy and eating well earlier in the day. The second egg is pipping and may hatch tonight or early tomorrow morning.
I really enjoyed this site and feel bad for Ma and Pa Jr., who both worked so hard to care for their eggs during March's record snow storm. I'm glad that the last egg is hatching, which will give them an eaglet to care for: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVccwL ... j4LPvgjrpA.
Elfruler made a video of FSV43's last day called 'Loss of an Eaglet'. If you like, you can watch here: https://youtu.be/1q3O63D9-Wo.

the last time FSV43 was seen alive, before Dad broods it.
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One more time this season, a little Angel flew away... :( :cry1: :brknhrt: :cryhanky:

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2021 10 birds. (2 adults and 8 youngs)

RIP
In Memory of:
Doe, Bald Eagle from Florida Country, Fla. +January 10.--- Peace, Bald Eaglet from AEF Captiva/Sanibel Island, Fla. +January 13.--- Scabbers #901, Condor from Pinnacles, Ca. +January 17.--- Sundance, Bald Eaglet from Webster, Tx. +January 20.--- Belle Starr, Bald Eaglet from Webster, Tx. +January 21.--- JBS14, Bald Eaglet from Seagoville, Tx. +January 23.--- Hope, Bald Eaglet from AEF Captiva/Sanibel Island, Fla. +January 24.--- D35, juvie Bald Eagle from Decorah, Iowa. +January 29.--- B14, Bald Eaglet from Berry College, GA. +February 11.--- FSV43, Bald Eaglet from Fort Saint Vrain, Co. +April 15.---

MIA: (2)
TFL, Bald Eagle from WashingtonDC, National Arboretum. <January 21.---Joe, Bald Eagle, +Hope & +Peace's Dad from Captiva Sanibel Fla. mid February.---

Unhatched Eggs: (15)
BBe1 & BBe2 (Ravens), BBe3 (during laying) at Big Bear. BCe2 at Berry College (nv), NEFLe2 at NEFL (nv), WEe1, WEe2 & WEe3 at West End Santa Catalina (one egg brought and two eaglet bodies eaten by ravens), BBe4 (2nd clutch) at Big Bear seems to me it was crushed during the hatchling, BBe5 (2nd clutch) at Big Bear (nv) A partially developped eaglet brought by a raven after 65d. ADe1 & ADe2 Arconic Davenport, parents left the nest after a battle against an intruder. BLSTe1 & BLSTe2 at Barr Lake State Park Adam County (Colo), the nest tree felt down, 2 eaglets almost ready to hatch found dead in the water. D2e3 at Delta2 (BC).

Without Past, there is no Future !

To all of you, Fly Free, Fly High with always a full Crop and don't forget all of you,
You will never be alone, You will live for the Eternity in our Heart.


2021 April 19
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RIP 2017-18-19-20-2021

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Re: In Memoriam

Post by Philjo56France » Mon Apr 26, 2021 2:56 am

Rip 2021

+ April 26 - Latvian White Tailed Eaglet nest webcamera Juras-erglis Durbe : White Tailed Eaglet WTE#1 and WTE#2 5 and 2 days old.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQu9kZeQtZ0
Today tragedy at the Raimis and Milda's nest. Raimis the father 2 or 3 weeks ago never come back after a battle with intruders. Mom Milda had to defend her nest and her 3 eggs alone against numerous intruders but she succeeded. A new mate came in Chips and began to incubate at his time. But as during the battles Milda lets her 3 eggs alone for hours during cold and snowy moments for most of the followers the 2021 season was over. Last week one pip and then a WTEaglet, and 3 days after second one, a real miracle. But may be there was not enought food in the area. Mom Flew away and was away for more than one hour and half. Chips was not there to replace Milda. It was almost freezing and also snowing. At a moment one adult returned, for a check may be, i noticed still some lights wings movements. I'm sure with the cold weather they were already not suffering, just numb in a deep sleep that you don't wake up from. The adult didn't try to brood them. and again it flew away... Later both chicklets were consumed. The 3rd egg was hidden. The nest appear like if nothing happened in it this season.
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Mom, mom, why are you abandoning us during this cold weather!
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Come back mom!
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they sleep their last sleep. RIP.
Yesterday evening it happened the same as Mom flew away and let both chicks alone in the cold rain and snow for a long moment.When she returns, with no food, but both were so happy to find her warmer T°. They didn't expect it should be their last night in the warmer under Mom :cry1:
I'm so sad for you Babies https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfiwc2B6Ro0

One more time this season, 2 wondeful little Angels had flown... :( :cry1: :brknhrt: :cryhanky:
Fly high and freely with always a full crop mes petits amis :brknhrt:

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2021 12 birds. (2 adults and 10 youngs)

RIP
In Memory of:
Doe, Bald Eagle from Florida Country, Fla. +January 10.--- Peace, Bald Eaglet from AEF Captiva/Sanibel Island, Fla. +January 13.--- Scabbers #901, Condor from Pinnacles, Ca. +January 17.--- Sundance, Bald Eaglet from Webster, Tx. +January 20.--- Belle Starr, Bald Eaglet from Webster, Tx. +January 21.--- JBS14, Bald Eaglet from Seagoville, Tx. +January 23.--- Hope, Bald Eaglet from AEF Captiva/Sanibel Island, Fla. +January 24.--- D35, juvie Bald Eagle from Decorah, Iowa. +January 29.--- B14, Bald Eaglet from Berry College, GA. +February 11.--- FSV43, Bald Eaglet from Fort Saint Vrain, Co. +April 15.--- WTE#1 and WTE#2, White Tailed eaglets from Juras-erglis Durbe, Latvia. +April 26.---

MIA: (2)
TFL, Bald Eagle from WashingtonDC, National Arboretum. <January 21.---Joe, Bald Eagle, +Hope & +Peace's Dad from Captiva Sanibel Fla. mid February.---

Unhatched Eggs: (16)
BBe1 & BBe2 (Ravens), BBe3 (during laying) at Big Bear. BCe2 at Berry College (nv), NEFLe2 at NEFL (nv), WEe1, WEe2 & WEe3 at West End Santa Catalina (one egg brought and two eaglet bodies eaten by ravens), BBe4 (2nd clutch) at Big Bear seems to me it was crushed during the hatchling, BBe5 (2nd clutch) at Big Bear (nv) A partially developped eaglet brought by a raven after 65d. ADe1 & ADe2 Arconic Davenport, parents left the nest after a battle against an intruder. BLSTe1 & BLSTe2 at Barr Lake State Park Adam County (Colo), the nest tree felt down, 2 eaglets almost ready to hatch found dead in the water. D2e3 at Delta2 (BC). WTEe#3 at Juras-erglis Durbe, Latvia (nv).

Without Past, there is no Future !

To all of you, Fly Free, Fly High with always a full Crop and don't forget all of you,
You will never be alone, You will live for the Eternity in our Heart.


2021 April 26
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Re: In Memoriam

Post by Maddy » Tue Apr 27, 2021 8:20 am

:cry1: :cry1:
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E9 is 4 yo now

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