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Solo, :hi: thank you!
Dr. Carleton also noted that the new eagle or eagles began coming around when campus was closed, and therefore there were no visitors to the nest area. She warned they may not be as tolerant of disturbances well as the original pair, and because now is a sensitive time in nesting season, an influx in visitors could cause abandonment of the nest.
We have a small staff in our office, and are monitoring the situation as best we can. We appreciate your concern and your patience.


BTW, for me it is not Berry Dad!
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There is a new cam by American Eagle Foundation

New Eagle Cam! Captiva Eagle Cam - 2 Eggs - Info in Description

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QVMt9Ae96ms


New Eagle Cam! Welcome to the Captiva Eagle Cam. This name could change as this cam is a brand new to AEF. We were so excited to get this cam streaming publicly that we haven't ironed out all the details, but we are getting there.
Since 2020 has been a crazy year, we hope that this eagle cam can bring you some joy!

Info:
Eagles: Connie and Joe
Location: Captiva/Sanibel Island, FL
Eggs: 1st Egg Laid- Nov 4th 2nd Egg Laid- Nov 8th
Cams: 3 cams, this is the only view for now.
This is a private partnership cam. If you want to follow the owner's Instagram for more info and history ---- https://www.instagram.com/loricovert/

We will also be partnering with another amazing origination on this cam, more info to follow soon.

Hope you all enjoy! Happy Holidays from the American Eagle Foundation!
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December 1st.

6:31 Arrival Missy
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6:38 She settles down into the nest :slap:
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6:41 will she lay an egg :puzzled: I hope not!
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6:45 OK, I hope she will only warm up the nest :laugh:
6:50 she calls short. She looked to the left. I could nothing see- it's still dark

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6:54 she is squealing again

6:55 she stands up and settles down again

BTW: It's great that we have the Berry logo again. :2thumbsup:
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6:56 she stands up again, is squealing and looks around.
6:57 Male brings a thin twig
they make a bed for the eggies :mrgreen:

That would be very early, Berry Ma and Dad always started in January? Or am I wrong :puzzled:

Berry Ma laid her first egg January 12th. 2020

7:03 Male left the nest- hopped on the left (for me BM2)
7:04 he flew away
Missy jumped on the left branch
7:05 she flew off
7:06 they sing
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Liz01 wrote: December 1st, 2020, 1:59 pm... Berry Ma laid her first egg January 12th. 2020 ...
:nod: (and on Jan 14 the second)
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Decorah North Nest

A Great Horned Owl tries to catch a fox. (I think it is a fox)
The GHO tries it a few times. These hunting scenes are in speed 0.2 so that you can see it better. The GHO was unsuccessful at the time.
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32 minutes later the coyote is playing with a black thing .

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he lies down on the black thing a few times (I don't know if it's an animal) and rolls over
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And a deer :laugh:
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Hi Liz, just awesome this video GHO and fox. Thank you so much.
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New stream:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QVMt9Ae96ms

New Eagle Cam! Welcome to the Captiva Eagle Cam. This name could change as this cam is brand new to AEF. We were so excited to get this cam streaming publicly that we haven't ironed out all the details, but we are getting there.
Since 2020 has been a crazy year, we hope that this eagle cam can bring you some joy!

Info:

Eagles: Connie and Joe
Location: Captiva/Sanibel Island, FL
Eggs: 1st Egg Laid- Nov 4th 2nd Egg Laid- Nov 8th
Cams: 3 cams, this is the only view for now.
This is a private partnership cam. If you want to follow the owner's Instagram for more info and history ---- https://www.instagram.com/loricovert/
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asteria wrote: December 2nd, 2020, 12:27 pmNew stream: ...
:hi: asteria,
this info is already here (by Liz) viewtopic.php?p=770674#p770674
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FB Berry College Eagles

nice words by one observer in comments:

... " I will for sure miss Ma Berry and will always see her as a hero. We all saw how hard it was getting for her to be on the nest with eggs and eaglets. She deserves her rest, in whatever form that takes. If this is Pa Berry, then we know he is a great dad and any future eaglets will be lucky to have him. And if this is a totally new pair, then we can wish them well and follow them as much as they will let us."
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Rita wrote: December 1st, 2020, 6:37 pm Hi Liz, just awesome this video GHO and fox. Thank you so much.
Rita, you're welcome. I was lucky to see it. Raptors.org is happy to have this video now. :laugh:
They have never seen anything like it. Now I'm angry because I didn't make a video of the bear. There were many interesting animals to watch that night. The camera operator did a good job :2thumbsup: and zoomed in on all of the animals.
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Good evening

:hi: Liz, Thank you for the pictures and the video
Liz01 wrote: December 1st, 2020, 5:11 pm ...
he lies down on the black thing a few times (I don't know if it's an animal) and rolls over
https://up.picr.de/39987448qb.jpg
It could be that this is a dead animal (carcass), that guesses accordingly. The wolf whelps to * mark * itself ... to cover up its own scent. Dogs also like to do this, especially in badger droppings but also in all other things * that smell good *. :mrgreen:
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sova wrote: December 2nd, 2020, 5:53 pm ...........
It could be that this is a dead animal (carcass), that guesses accordingly. The wolf whelps to * mark * itself ... to cover up its own scent. Dogs also like to do this, especially in badger droppings but also in all other things * that smell good *. :mrgreen:
Sova, :hi:
He rolled over the remains of the deer carcass. He does this almost every night. :mrgreen:
I know that dogs wallow in the feces of other animals too. A reason not to have a dog. :laugh: Especially, if you live in a rural area where the meadows are full of feces from cows.
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:hi: Good morning Liz
Liz01 wrote: December 2nd, 2020, 7:01 pm Sova, :hi:
He rolled over the remains of the deer carcass. He does this almost every night. :mrgreen:
I know that dogs wallow in the feces of other animals too. A reason not to have a dog. :laugh: Especially, if you live in a rural area where the meadows are full of feces from cows.
Is that what you mean :mrgreen: i miss her almost every day
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December 3rd

Berry Collgege

9:10 pm yesterday late evening
A flying squirrel tries to get a piece of the prey in the nest.
It worked very hard for 10 minutes, unfortunately it wasn't successful. I don't know what's in the nest. I'll see when there is daylight.



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Decorah North Eagles

starlings :laugh:
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