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 Post subject: Re: American Bald Eagles.
PostPosted: March 28th, 2012, 6:00 pm 
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Two baby birds :loveshower: :loveshower:


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Two baby birds.Decorah Eagles Nest 28.03.12. 10.54am
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 Post subject: Re: American Bald Eagles.
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Venegor :hi: You got the feeding on video, thank you :thumbs:

11:02, local USA time - also feeding time in the Vian nest. One of the eaglets eat by itself..it's the one who is closest to the edge on the picture.
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The parent has possibly brought a forage
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This baby bird grows very slowly
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 Post subject: Re: American Bald Eagles.
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Two baby birds :loveshower: :loveshower:


Venegor that is a great video. :2thumbsup:

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:loveshower: You all saw the newest baby before I did! The younger one is closest to the cam in this pic.

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The two chicks are fed by Mama. The younger one does not quite know how to feed, yet, but it does give a bit of a try. Mama does not ignore it & is offering food. They are cute little fluff-balls!


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Another quick look at the eaglets.


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Dad comes to the nest as darkness falls & wants to babysit or be close with his family, but Mama won't let him take over. Finally, he flies to an overhead branch to spend the night. (Very looooong video.)


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Mama awakens briefly & re-positions herself when the chicks make noise.


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They are so cute!


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They are so cute!


And they will grow so fast! I'm glad the second was born only a day after the first, so they will be more nearly the same developmental stage & the younger will compete for food well. I hope the third is hatched soon, too, but I don't know what date is projected for this.

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 Post subject: Re: American Bald Eagles.
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Nice picture, Bleggi, & also nice video of the little ones eating, Venegor. Thanks you for sharing them. These are photos I intended to share when I took them, at sunset on 27 March. Somehow I forgot to post them, so here they are now. I thought the pink sunset light on the mother eagle was nice.


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The chicks get a meal. The elder abuses the younger one, pecking its head. But Mama offers food to both.

Local USA time = 19:15 pm


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When I see how the olderst eaglet take on the youngest, and they are almost same size, I almost hope that the third egg is not hatching.. :unsure:
They are very cute though..

Thank you Venegor, Bleggi and Kitty for your beautiful pictures and videos... :wave:
I have a couple of pictures from yesterday evening ( my local time )
- Feeding at the Sooner nest. I think the eaglet has grown, isn't the black feathers starting to show??
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- wing streching at Vian:
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The eaglet in the Sooner nest does look bigger & darker, so perhaps it is beginning to get the dark tips of feathers coming out.

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 Post subject: Re: American Bald Eagles.
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Mother Decorah was feeding her eaglets. She made sure that both got some. She is so careful, it's so nice to look at. I wonder If there are cracks in the third egg, or just dirt :puzzled:
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- the piece was to large for the eaglets..
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