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 Post subject: Re: American Bald Eagles.
PostPosted: April 13th, 2011, 1:53 am 
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USA local time 6:38 PM: Bald eagle mom shades her chicks. It was a warm day, 70 F (21.1 C).

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USA local time 6:41 PM: Evening feeding.

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 Post subject: Re: American Bald Eagles.
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USA local time 7:28 PM: Dad & mom together.

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USA local time 7:31 PM:

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USA local time 7:32 PM: Mom on left, dad brooding over chicks. Mom has tiny dark speckles in her white head feathers & behind her right eye.

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 Post subject: Re: American Bald Eagles.
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The white horse goes under the tree again. (I was not quick enough to get a sharper photo of it. :blush: )

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 Post subject: Re: American Bald Eagles.
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:shake: Possibly the daddy has a rest nearby on a tree, and mum with baby birds, it very much hot


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 Post subject: Re: American Bald Eagles.
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:thumbs: Venegor, you are so very lucky to record when the cam is moving about & you get to see the countryside! :headroll: That was an amazing movie that showed Dad on the tree branch. It is warm for the babies, 70 F already at noon (21.1 C), so it will get warmer.

Now here are my pictures of mom feeding a fish to the chicks. Lunch time! Everyone is hungry & eager.

Local USA time 11:58
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Local USA time 12:00
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Mom cleans her beak.

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Feeding is over.

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 Post subject: Re: American Bald Eagles.
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Local time 4h47m, temperature 50* F. At kids a dream not so quiet, and mum publishes any sounds


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 Post subject: Re: American Bald Eagles.
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Kids always for something struggle

All my videos popular. But that them looked through more people... It possibly depends not on me if I have managed and could make something that my videos became more accessible to people, I with the great pleasure would execute all possible.


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A very windy day today; the wind roars into the microphone! Dad sits with eaglets. The eldest chick is getting big & beginning to grow pinfeathers. And it looks like the cottonwood tree is beginning to flower.

USA local time 5:16 PM (17:16):

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 Post subject: Re: American Bald Eagles.
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venegor wrote:
Kids always for something struggle

All my videos popular. But that them looked through more people... It possibly depends not on me if I have managed and could make something that my videos became more accessible to people, I with the great pleasure would execute all possible.


I think your videos are fine, Venegor. I hope people from the WTE forum are coming here to see them. I am sad Linda & Sulev seem not to be nesting this year, but these eagles are an interesting substitute, so I hope eagle-lovers enjoy the videos you put here. You do get some very good ones, with the views of countryside beyond the nest.

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 Post subject: Re: American Bald Eagles.
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venegor wrote:
Kids always for something struggle

All my videos popular. But that them looked through more people... It possibly depends not on me if I have managed and could make something that my videos became more accessible to people, I with the great pleasure would execute all possible.


As I suggested before Venegor,if you put the title: Decorah Eagle-nest ..then the whole world can see them.
Because the videos are very good.

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 Post subject: Re: American Bald Eagles.
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Oh, I just realized while reading Macdoum's post that the title on the videos is mis-spelled (mis-spelt?). It should be spelled "DECORAH" rather than "DECOR AN". Changing it might help, Venegor.


:hi: Macdoum, thanks.

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:wave: Still darkly, but the family already wakes up


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:chick: The general lifting and time to feed children


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The daddy has replaced mum on a nest. It allows to more time to kids to be on fresh air, that is not covered.


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 Post subject: Re: American Bald Eagles.
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:shake: The strong wind compels to repair a nest constantly


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Baby birds worry for the first time such storm


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 Post subject: Re: American Bald Eagles.
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Yes, wow, stormy weather. First time I had a look at this cam. If they would be here, close to kiel, my favorits :D
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Fireblade good capture there..see the eaglet 'aim' with the wind. :mrgreen:
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 Post subject: Re: American Bald Eagles.
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macdoum wrote:
Fireblade good capture there..see the eaglet 'aim' with the wind. :mrgreen:
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:rotf: That was the eldest, Biggie! He/she is STRONG! :D

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