Live Bald Eagle Nest Camera
Feed from Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge near Vian, Oklahoma
Feed from Sooner Lake north of Stillwater, Oklahoma
Date: 03/12/2014 9:45 am CDT
Comment: They are going crazy!!!! there must be something above
Date: 03/12/2014 8:48 am CDT
Comment: Thank you Flawatcher for night report.. seems like came back early this a.m... promising..
Date: 03/12/2014 8:42 am CDT
Comment: hopped out onto the branch it looks like.
Date: 03/12/2014 8:39 am CDT
Comment: GM everyone great to see eagle at Seq. Keeping my fingers crossed.
Date: 03/12/2014 8:03 am CDT
Comment: GM eagle peeps. Wow, second day in a row I get to see E's at Seq. We're gonna need new E's to watch. NE/SW will be fledging soon.
Date: 03/12/2014 8:01 am CDT
Comment: Using nest as breakfast table
Date: 03/12/2014 7:57 am CDT
Comment: Eagle at Seq
Date: 03/12/2014 7:31 am CDT
Comment: i could not see the Bald Eagles!
Date: 03/12/2014 6:16 am CDT
Comment: Good morning and hope the norhteast doesn't get all the snow they said they would. Just be careful. As Fay would say too dark to see the nest. Off to my meeting. Enjoy your day and make it be useful. LOL
Date: 03/11/2014 9:42 pm CDT
Comment: Patr, the eagle left the nest about 7:45.
Date: 03/11/2014 9:28 pm CDT
Comment: Here comes another snow storm for the Northeast again. All you be careful.
Date: 03/11/2014 9:04 pm CDT
Comment: Well what a nite for NCIS yet missed the Seq. pair and all the action.Pam's church circle decided to disband. only 4 left and one has a hubby that is very sick and shouldn't have come. Too bad. SED.
Date: 03/11/2014 8:14 pm CDT
Comment: I had to go away for a bit so does anyone know if the eagle stayed in the nest till dark-thirty??
Date: 03/11/2014 7:49 pm CDT
Comment: Hope we can figure out if this is the original pair. Thanks for the view, Oz.
Date: 03/11/2014 7:49 pm CDT
Comment: That is the good life,jmac.
Date: 03/11/2014 7:45 pm CDT
Comment: a beautiful sunset, a diet soda, butter popcorn and looking upon 2 beautiful bald eagles at Seq nest...life is good...
Date: 03/11/2014 7:36 pm CDT
Comment: Been talking to son in VT but trying to keep an eye on the action. You found him OZ there he sits.Thanks
Date: 03/11/2014 7:15 pm CDT
Comment: Looks promising at Sequoyah!
Date: 03/11/2014 7:00 pm CDT
Comment: I see that too, flawatcher!
Date: 03/11/2014 6:58 pm CDT
Comment: And that would be to the right of the nest in the close-up cam.
Date: 03/11/2014 6:57 pm CDT
Comment: crop drop
Date: 03/11/2014 6:55 pm CDT
Comment: Maybe an eagle on the branch to the left of the nest on WC, besides the one in the nest.
Date: 03/11/2014 6:55 pm CDT
Comment: So exciting to see E laying in nest!!! They are beautiful eagles, dudyhen!
Date: 03/11/2014 6:53 pm CDT
Comment: my gosh, She(?) just asnuggled down in nest like about to lay or brood ,pulled grass close.. I am amazed...
Date: 03/11/2014 6:42 pm CDT
Comment: These eagles are beautiful
Date: 03/11/2014 6:38 pm CDT
Comment: Wow, first time I've seen them both on Seq.
Date: 03/11/2014 6:36 pm CDT
Comment: OK,two thigs I think.. this is a couple.. they don't have another nest somewhere or they would one of them be on it,maybe.. there is hope because they are still mating.. sounds good... course this could be a quick getaway before the kids get here..LOL
Date: 03/11/2014 6:29 pm CDT
Comment: Think eagles just mated on Seq. nest. Big blur.
Date: 03/11/2014 6:28 pm CDT
Comment: Averting eyes, HP.
Date: 03/11/2014 6:08 pm CDT
Comment: What a treat another visit!
Date: 03/11/2014 6:07 pm CDT
Comment: 2 eagles on Seq. Nestorations and sitting in nest bowl.
Date: 03/11/2014 5:46 pm CDT
Comment: Oops.--On Seq. for over 5 minutes now.
Date: 03/11/2014 5:45 pm CDT
Comment: Eagle on
Date: 03/11/2014 5:17 pm CDT
Comment: Romeo and Juliet just chased a big juvie away at NEFL. It was scary -- thought one of them got hurt. Little Sam manteling food through the whole thing. Will have video soon....
Date: 03/11/2014 5:15 pm CDT
Comment: I saw that too LKK. R
Date: 03/11/2014 4:33 pm CDT
Comment: Dah I had MN. Bound not DNR. DNR same as you had. sorry MN, really pretty and just finished panning. bye.
Date: 03/11/2014 4:29 pm CDT
Comment: I tried again and got what you have taken off. Google got me to DNR. I'll see if it's the same as I got. nope a different one. bsack to helping Pam.
Date: 03/11/2014 4:26 pm CDT
Comment: Ah Ha I have the answer looked on their DNR FB ,said something went wrong and they are working to fix it.
Date: 03/11/2014 4:20 pm CDT
Comment: I promise I saw DNR on Ustream earlier and saw chatters on the SS.Hmmm
Date: 03/11/2014 4:15 pm CDT
Comment: Wow have they removed the DNR Ustream already? Here's the old one..http://www.webcams.dnr.state.mn.us/eagle/.
Date: 03/11/2014 4:12 pm CDT
Comment: LKK no but that's going to be good in the man cave, with some beef jerky and a Bud lite. Can't get much better. LOL I bought an eight pack of BL 6 months ago and still have 3 left. What a drinker I am. No eagles here now.Think I'll google DNR. later
Date: 03/11/2014 3:55 pm CDT
Comment: Quiet night for you in the mancave with your NCIS' ,Steve.LOL Don't tell me you didn't have a hand in planning that.LOL
Date: 03/11/2014 2:57 pm CDT
Comment: flew off a few sec. ago. was eagle yelling at something. back later.
Date: 03/11/2014 2:56 pm CDT
Comment: Oops! I scared it away. Started squawking and took off!
Date: 03/11/2014 2:55 pm CDT
Comment: Has been there almost 45 min. now, light! Nice long visit for us!!
Date: 03/11/2014 2:46 pm CDT
Comment: eagle @ seq nest!
Date: 03/11/2014 2:41 pm CDT
Comment: ummmm that link didn't come up. not available.
Date: 03/11/2014 2:39 pm CDT
Comment: 1 eagle for me to see. Looks like some digging in the nest. (hope). Pam and I are still getting ready for her church biddies tonight. @@June hope you see this one. Off to DNR then?? who knows.
Date: 03/11/2014 2:21 pm CDT
Comment: Just enjoying SL view and breeze
Date: 03/11/2014 2:14 pm CDT
Comment: It is just sitting there looking all around. No attempts at nestorations but isn't it too late for that?
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Although the nest at Sequoyah NWR began as a Bald Eagle nest, a pair of Bald Eagles incubating two eggs abandoned the nest in January. Subsequently, a Great Horned Owl began incubating a single remaining but no longer viable eagle egg, and later began a clutch of her own. Meanwhile, the Sooner Lake eagles have returned to the pole nest. Read our updates below, and stay tuned to see what develops!
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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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