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Comments:

Name: LKK
Date: 12/21/2014 2:34 pm CDT
Comment: Eagle high on the branch again at Seq.


Name: Steve
Date: 12/21/2014 11:34 am CDT
Comment: GM looks like eagle high on the branch above Seq. nest.


Name: lrg2192
Date: 12/21/2014 11:31 am CDT
Comment: Looks like a eagle on the left Seq. branch.


Name: lrg2192
Date: 12/21/2014 11:30 am CDT
Comment: Just saw Harriet stand up and do a egg roll, some nesterrations, she looked OK, they said she flew off this morning, came back with a full crop, so guess that part is OK for her.


Name: lrg2192
Date: 12/21/2014 9:35 am CDT
Comment: that is a video of Harriet having balance probs on Southwest Florida nest that they are concerned with.


Name: lrg2192
Date: 12/21/2014 9:34 am CDT
Comment: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AV9qYDGo2iw


Name: lrg2192
Date: 12/21/2014 9:15 am CDT
Comment: Guess it is gone, can't see it anymore.


Name: tawcat
Date: 12/21/2014 9:15 am CDT
Comment: GM, all I get are twirlies. Official hatch watch on at NE and SW


Name: lrg2192
Date: 12/21/2014 9:14 am CDT
Comment: Good morning June, looks like it just landed in the nest.


Name: June
Date: 12/21/2014 7:49 am CDT
Comment: I see an eagle just left of tghe Seq. nest this morning. Yea LOL oh, good morning.


Name: Steve
Date: 12/21/2014 1:18 am CDT
Comment: Ride em cowgirl hold on tight. LOL Home with Jill. SED.


Name: LKK
Date: 12/20/2014 9:58 pm CDT
Comment: I now have a bike that can't throw me, a stationary one. LOL Sleep safe eagles and eagle watchers


Name: patr
Date: 12/20/2014 12:11 pm CDT
Comment: fog is lifting some,just saw a big ole bird fly by at Seq ..musta been a juvie because I didn't see any white flash..


Name: Steve
Date: 12/20/2014 10:44 am CDT
Comment: Just made an apple pie for daughter. Fog is lifting at Seq. later.


Name: tawcat
Date: 12/20/2014 8:48 am CDT
Comment: Not sure why that posted twice sorry. Pip watch starts today at both Fla nests, could be a chick for Christmas.


Name: tawcat
Date: 12/20/2014 8:46 am CDT
Comment: Fog and twirlies yikes!!!!!


Name: tawcat
Date: 12/20/2014 8:46 am CDT
Comment: Fog and twirlies yikes!!!!!


Name: Steve
Date: 12/20/2014 8:25 am CDT
Comment: Now completely fogged in. See ya later Jill comes home tonight, lots to do.


Name: Steve
Date: 12/20/2014 7:40 am CDT
Comment: Good Morning. Barely can see the tree at Seq. foggy.


Name: lrg2192
Date: 12/19/2014 4:47 pm CDT
Comment: Sorry you missed it Steve, it was a site to see, may have been from a previous hatch, Juliet wasn't bothered that much it seemed like.


Name: Steve
Date: 12/19/2014 4:42 pm CDT
Comment: Irg. rats just went back and he was gone. thanks for update. Still no eagles here.


Name: lrg2192
Date: 12/19/2014 4:31 pm CDT
Comment: Romeo just chased the Juvie off @NE Florida


Name: June
Date: 12/19/2014 4:17 pm CDT
Comment: Fantastic Steve, as long as the eagles nesting some where it is alright. Some day we too will have eagles back here.


Name: lrg2192
Date: 12/19/2014 4:16 pm CDT
Comment: http://www.eagles.org/Cams/FloridaNest.html if you don't have the site address of NE Florida nest.


Name: lrg2192
Date: 12/19/2014 4:14 pm CDT
Comment: On NE Florida there is a juvie close to the nest, Juliet is setting on the eggs just talking a little, is a site to see.


Name: Steve
Date: 12/19/2014 1:09 pm CDT
Comment: Pat squirrel would be too small to see. They were eagles. Well I just came home from a ride along our Des Moines River by our dam and open water. Sorry folks saw 5 eagles 4 adults and 1 juvie. So majestic.


Name: June
Date: 12/19/2014 1:01 pm CDT
Comment: Most of the camerias run on Solor power so no sun shine no power. Hopeful tomorrow the sun will sine enough to charge the batterys. HOPE. LOL


Name: lrg2192
Date: 12/19/2014 12:21 pm CDT
Comment: Guess they are gone, saw one land for sure and did some wing flapping, now don't see them anymore that I can tell.


Name: lrg2192
Date: 12/19/2014 12:15 pm CDT
Comment: Could be both eagles on branch on WA nest tree, is hard to tell.


Name: lrg2192
Date: 12/19/2014 12:13 pm CDT
Comment: Eagle on branch seq WA tree.


Name: patr
Date: 12/19/2014 11:14 am CDT
Comment: sure is nice big tree at Seq.. wonder if the little dark spots are other bird nests or squirrel??


Name: Steve
Date: 12/19/2014 9:15 am CDT
Comment: Oh how I wish the Seq. cam WA could be adjusted just a little. Thanks. No eagles on branch so far. Have a great Friday.


Name: tawcat
Date: 12/19/2014 8:46 am CDT
Comment: TGIF, hope everyone has a wonderful weekend.


Name: MaryVA
Date: 12/19/2014 7:58 am CDT
Comment: Both eagles at Berry College in the nest right now. Eating. http://www.berry.edu/eaglecam/ That is a sad thought, Steve! Time is just flying by. GM to you too!


Name: Steve
Date: 12/19/2014 7:41 am CDT
Comment: Just think next Friday Christmas will be over. Where is the southern sun to get cams going. Good Morning.


Name: MaryVA
Date: 12/19/2014 6:50 am CDT
Comment: They just did a close up of the eggs at the NEFL nest. No pips yet! Maybe we will have a Christmas bobblehead!


Name: MaryVA
Date: 12/19/2014 6:39 am CDT
Comment: The eagle cam is back on at Pittsburgh Hayes! Of course the nest is empty. http://www.pixcontroller.com/eagles/


Name: MaryVA
Date: 12/19/2014 6:21 am CDT
Comment: Still dark here and only one cam. 3 twirlies. OFF TOPIC: hubs and I saw Tony Bennett last night. What a performance for an 88yr old! Just amazing!!!


Name: patr
Date: 12/18/2014 5:23 pm CDT
Comment: they sure are keeping watch..I evaen caught them/he/she/ this time..


Name: Steve
Date: 12/18/2014 5:09 pm CDT
Comment: Eagle on branch again. They are keeping watch on the Seq. nest.


Name: tawcat
Date: 12/18/2014 1:05 pm CDT
Comment: Mostly twirlies


Name: Steve
Date: 12/18/2014 11:54 am CDT
Comment: Eagle on branch above Seq. nest bye.


Name: Louise
Date: 12/18/2014 10:55 am CDT
Comment: Thanks Steve..good shopping days!


Name: Steve
Date: 12/18/2014 10:44 am CDT
Comment: Louise good to see you again.. Have been seeing eagles at both nests this fall. Off with Pam for some shopping. BBL.


Name: Louise
Date: 12/18/2014 9:21 am CDT
Comment: Okmeme..sorry trouble IPad. ..such sad news.,,prayers for daughter and Chandler and you...please excuse repeats...take care!


Name: Louise
Date: 12/18/2014 9:18 am CDT
Comment: Ok m


Name: Louise
Date: 12/18/2014 9:18 am CDT
Comment: Ok m


Name: Louise
Date: 12/18/2014 9:17 am CDT
Comment: Ok me


Name: lrg2192
Date: 12/18/2014 9:11 am CDT
Comment: Good Morning all, just as my Seq WA opened up, it looked like a eagle flying by the back side of the nest, know it was a large bird of some sort.


Name: Steve
Date: 12/18/2014 8:32 am CDT
Comment: ONE comment to all WE NEED SUNSHINE. LOL



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8 October 2014: We are waiting for an indication regarding where the eagles will nest later this year to determine if the existing camera equipment should be replaced. It is both time consuming and expensive to replace the equipment, so we don't want to do so if a nest site is not used. Here's hoping for cooperative eagles!

18 August 2014: Depending on where the eagles choose to nest later this fall, we hope to get the cameras working again.

5 March 2014: While the eagle pair at Sequoyah is nesting at an alternate nest this year, the camera nest is visited occasionally as seen in the photo below. An immature eagle visited the nest today and spent a few minutes moving sticks and nest lining around (second photo below).

26 February 2014: We visited the Sooner Lake site to determine what is wrong with the cameras, and it appears to be a faulty radio on the nest tower. This is difficult to replace because of its location, and won't be immediately repairable. We will make plans to try to replace the radio, and/or relocate a camera to an active nest site, although we do not yet know how quickly this can be done, or even if it can be accomplished this season. We hope you will check this page every week or two for developments.

17 February 2014: The eagle pair at Sooner Lake is nesting at an alternate nest rather than on the tower where the cameras are located. This is not unusual, as the pair here has initiated nests at several additional nearby locations in recent years. We do expect that they may continue to visit the camera nest for feeding and loafing, but will probably not be on camera a great deal this season. It does not look promising that the Sequoyah nest will be used by eagles this year either, but perhaps we will be treated to visits or nest attempts by other species as we were last year.

13 January 2014: Activity at both the Sooner Lake and Sequoyah nest sites has been sporadic. There are encouraging signs, but we will need to wait and see what develops at each site this season.

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