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Name: LKK
Date: 09/02/2014 9:40 pm CDT
Comment: CurbGirl, not bad to take a step back and get a vacation from a reno.Don't step too far back you might see another project.LOL

Name: Fay
Date: 09/02/2014 5:51 pm CDT
Comment: LOL! Yeah it was the smallest, and I'll take it! And ya know, hurricanes and noreasters are not usually as bad as tornados! I bet your son would agree with me too, LOL!

Name: LKK
Date: 09/02/2014 5:08 pm CDT
Comment: * be safe up there.

Name: LKK
Date: 09/02/2014 5:07 pm CDT
Comment: Smallest # Fay but still can cause damage. Other funnels can and do form near the big cells, Hubby was right to take you to the cellar. What should we do, live up there with the hurricanes and Nor'eaters? No thanks. Keep you eye on the sky and be safe up

Name: Fay
Date: 09/02/2014 2:32 pm CDT
Comment: Yeah, I knew you were in TX, but I knew you were an OK gal ! Just got more alerts for Tstorms.... Ugh... I have a cellar at work too!

Name: CurbGirl
Date: 09/02/2014 2:25 pm CDT
Comment: Fay-sometimes hubbies are right! I am an Okie gal, but living in Baja OKla now (Texas)

Name: Fay
Date: 09/02/2014 2:00 pm CDT
Comment: We had no sirens Brat... Me cell was screeching at me though. Just don't understand how ya'll live like that! Guess everyone got their power back too. It was an EF0.... Smallest one I guess !

Name: Steve
Date: 09/02/2014 1:12 pm CDT
Comment: Fay of course glad you are OK?? ummmm LOL Our sirens went off a couple of nights ago also, just strong winds,..

Name: Fay
Date: 09/02/2014 10:57 am CDT
Comment: @ CG- LOL, um, hubby pulled me by my ear! Only tree, car, home damage. No injuries! You people that live in these prone areas? No clue how ya do it ! You're from OK, yes?

Name: CurbGirl
Date: 09/02/2014 10:45 am CDT
Comment: Fay, knew you were smart, duck and cover is the way to go...hope those in touchdown area are OK!

Name: Fay
Date: 09/02/2014 9:51 am CDT
Comment: GM all ! Tornado touchdown about 4 miles from me on Sunday night! We headed to the cellar, but knew within 45 minutes it went somewhere, but not us! Whew!

Name: Steve
Date: 09/02/2014 7:15 am CDT
Comment: GM another rain last night. now sun trying to come out. good day for a ride. Whoopers will fly shortly they say. HAGD.

Name: CurbGirl
Date: 09/01/2014 10:49 pm CDT
Comment: LKK-Took a short reno vacation.. Good thing I don't have to pay myself by the hour for my part of this project :-)

Name: lrg2192
Date: 09/01/2014 5:54 pm CDT
Comment: you too, CurbGirl on the eagles.

Name: lrg2192
Date: 09/01/2014 5:52 pm CDT
Comment: LKK, I saw something on the shore eating something, could have been a juvie eagle, guess I wasn't aware there were eagles there.

Name: LKK
Date: 09/01/2014 3:16 pm CDT
Comment: They should be snorkeling , catching and eating quite a few fish at Katmai. The bears only have a month or so to fatten up for hibernation in that part of the country.... Finished with the reno,CurbGirl?

Name: CurbGirl
Date: 09/01/2014 3:08 pm CDT
Comment: Steve-I like your contracted 'gaught' Nice combo of got and caught!

Name: Steve
Date: 09/01/2014 1:19 pm CDT
Comment: One bear at katmai, gaught two fish while i was watching. sea Gulls waiting for left overs.

Name: CurbGirl
Date: 09/01/2014 1:07 pm CDT
Comment: LKK ---ditto what lrg2192 said! Here's hoping we spot some Katmai eagles, too.

Name: lrg2192
Date: 09/01/2014 12:08 pm CDT
Comment: Thx LKK, checked on the katmai site yesterday, didn't see much, went to there today and saw lots of fish being caught by 2 bears.

Name: LKK
Date: 09/01/2014 11:36 am CDT
Comment: Bears returning to Katmai.........http://explore.org/live-cams/player/brown-bear-salmon-cam-lower-river

Name: Fay
Date: 09/01/2014 11:16 am CDT
Comment: LOL, yep I saw one @ Kala earlier this morn, but figured you'd say I was white coat material...... So........ I didn't post it, LOL!

Name: Steve
Date: 09/01/2014 8:17 am CDT
Comment: Hey one juvie at Kala FAY.. 1st time in awhile seeing "your" birds. LOL

Name: Steve
Date: 09/01/2014 8:14 am CDT
Comment: Good Morning on this wet and cloudy Labor Day. Hope you all enjoy your day. Guess Fay I'll go check Kala again.

Name: LKK
Date: 08/31/2014 3:13 pm CDT
Comment: Thanks for the article CurbGirl. I remember so well going fishing as a kid and waiting to hear the bobwhites.[always trying to mimic them]Haven't heard one in a long time:(

Name: CurbGirl
Date: 08/31/2014 12:04 pm CDT
Comment: Interesting op ed, we are a part of nature and have an impact. http://www.nytimes.com/2014/08/31/opinion/sunday/saving-our-birds.html?emc=edit_th_20140831

Name: Fay
Date: 08/30/2014 11:07 am CDT
Comment: @brat - just saw 3 on the Kala nest and I can still here them screeching, LOL! One flew off - bad timing Steve!

Name: Steve-Brat
Date: 08/30/2014 10:00 am CDT
Comment: FAY FAY no birds at Kala when ever I look. you are lucky to see them. Cloudy and damp here in Iowa. @@ Pat I'm getting 2 Hummers during the day and Goldfinches are stsarting to be here. Catch you all later.

Name: patr
Date: 08/30/2014 9:41 am CDT
Comment: part of nature, mainly an eagle or some more of my hummingbirds..

Name: patr
Date: 08/30/2014 9:40 am CDT
Comment: Safe holiday week-end.. hope to see a pat of nature somewhere..

Name: Fay
Date: 08/30/2014 7:00 am CDT
Comment: Yay! Kala dad is still around; was on nest with juvie! Any day now! Have a wonderful holiday weekend ya'll! Stay safe!

Name: MaryVA
Date: 08/29/2014 9:39 pm CDT
Comment: Have a great and safe Labor Day weekend, Sutton friends!! No travel plans here. Suppose to be in the 90s for a week here! GN and SEDs to all!!

Name: Steve
Date: 08/29/2014 5:31 pm CDT
Comment: Have a great weekend Grand Kids here tomorrow. Enjoy your families. SED somewhere.

Name: Fay
Date: 08/29/2014 10:16 am CDT
Comment: Yay! That's the spirit !!!!!!!! Never say never, LOL!

Name: BG-OK
Date: 08/29/2014 9:21 am CDT
Comment: I just know one of these mornings,all cams will be working and we'll have a big surprise, at least I hope. LOL

Name: Fay
Date: 08/29/2014 8:56 am CDT
Comment: Oh brat... Not again? I'm talking about the juvie's osprey family leaving LOL!

Name: Steve
Date: 08/29/2014 8:42 am CDT
Comment: GM FAY , People(eagle lovers) will return. soon I hope if we cams going. Speaking of going time to ride the trails. HAGD.

Name: Fay
Date: 08/29/2014 7:34 am CDT
Comment: GM all ! Lone juvie @ Kala nest! Hoping the rest of the family didn't already start their travels and left this lil one..... Oh, no way.......And it's always squawking too...

Name: MaggiesMom
Date: 08/28/2014 8:53 pm CDT
Comment: and, STeve, I wish I could see your ice bucket video but I don't do FB - I was challenged and have to make my response tomorrow!

Name: MaggiesMom
Date: 08/28/2014 8:52 pm CDT
Comment: glad to see someone at Sutton is alive and posting - hope the eagles show up soon!

Name: eaglewatcher
Date: 08/28/2014 8:45 pm CDT
Comment: I haven't read SED's for awhile, but SED's everyone. Prayers for Steve's MnL.

Name: Steve
Date: 08/28/2014 8:24 pm CDT
Comment: Con't. something caused it. But I always tell you. sure "you" do. ha ha Now we wait till we here more tomorrow , we hope. great article LKK. thanks Good Night.

Name: Steve
Date: 08/28/2014 8:22 pm CDT
Comment: Well home from a bizzare day with M in L. Told us 3 weeks ago she woke up and could barely see. Did she tell anyono?? of course not. Called the eye Doc today and will see him tomorrow. She's always said can't see well anymore this was to quick. somethin

Name: Brian
Date: 08/28/2014 7:09 pm CDT
Comment: Brian

Name: CurbGirl
Date: 08/28/2014 5:26 pm CDT
Comment: Thanks LKK...always glad to hear a juvie getting a second chance!

Name: LKK
Date: 08/28/2014 2:16 pm CDT
Comment: whttp://www.wdbj7.com/news/local/web-extra-bald-eagle-released-at-claytor-lake-state-park/27774326......Eagle that was found unresponsive in a landfill,rescued, treated and released.

Name: CurbGirl
Date: 08/28/2014 1:07 pm CDT
Comment: I'm with you, Fay...I can feel it in my bones and it is totally different than arthritis LOL

Name: Fay
Date: 08/28/2014 1:03 pm CDT
Comment: LOL, well I want the eagles and cams so Sutton peeps will be back! I know it's summer, but gee....

Name: MaryVA
Date: 08/28/2014 6:23 am CDT
Comment: Great news, okmeme! Glad you are feeling better and glad Chandler is there!! Best medicine for grandmas!!

Name: MaryVA
Date: 08/28/2014 6:20 am CDT
Comment: GM eagle friends! I agree Fay! They are going to get these cams up as soon as our Es let them know where their homes will be this season. Sure hope they decide on the SL pole! Maybe if Sutton sort of "helps" them decide.....

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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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