Live Bald Eagle Nest Camera
Feed from Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge near Vian, Oklahoma
Feed from Sooner Lake north of Stillwater, Oklahoma
Date: 04/16/2014 7:19 pm CDT
Comment: Gotta go make grilled cheese for Chandler...and me! See y'all tomorrow. SED
Date: 04/16/2014 7:18 pm CDT
Comment: I'll say a little prayer for the MB eagles tonight, can't even stand to look now.
Date: 04/16/2014 7:00 pm CDT
Comment: A Canada Goose is on an island not far from MNB nest, she must have eggs she is sitting tight in this snow storm.
Date: 04/16/2014 6:28 pm CDT
Comment: MNB is awful,okmeme, video shows eaglets ate as the snow started but that was hrs ago.M knows what she is doing, they need to stay warm and dry.
Date: 04/16/2014 5:35 pm CDT
Comment: Minn Bound ustream http://www.ustream.tv/mneaglecam
Date: 04/16/2014 5:34 pm CDT
Comment: OMG, Minnesota Bound is awful...snow blowing and nest is covered. Mom and Dad both on nest now.
Date: 04/16/2014 3:36 pm CDT
Comment: Mn. Biund on Sportsman was my chat and now it's different. Will look at this one again off air now.
Date: 04/16/2014 3:26 pm CDT
Comment: Oh thanks Cathy815, I thought there was one but just didn't know the addy.
Date: 04/16/2014 3:11 pm CDT
Comment: If anyone wants to chat at Minnesota Bound there is a separate chat http://www.ustream.tv/channel/for-the-love-of-nests-critters
Date: 04/16/2014 2:05 pm CDT
Comment: You got that right Brat... I only go to DNR, and even then, very sporadically. Although, Sutton peeps have said things seem well - even with 3 babies, LOL!
Date: 04/16/2014 2:04 pm CDT
Comment: MNB chat is down ,this is a blog with scaps, videos and info....http://mnbound.com/bald-eagle-blog/
Date: 04/16/2014 1:56 pm CDT
Comment: Well well some of you saw some action at seq. Fantastic. Very busy morn. with Special Olympics then nursing home bible study. Very rewardind. Many eaglets geting fed and doing well. Fay no eaglets here but-----you don't cheat much. LOL
Date: 04/16/2014 1:47 pm CDT
Comment: MNB has 2 eaglets waiting for the third, M is trying so had to keep them warm and dry.It is snowing and blowing, she is doing her best... http://mnbound.com/live-eagle-cam
Date: 04/16/2014 1:03 pm CDT
Comment: Thanks Irg2192, I didn't know about Alcoa osprey egg, they have had intruder problems from the get go this season.
Date: 04/16/2014 12:52 pm CDT
Comment: The female left the Alcoa nest, then came back and they bonded, so get ready for another egg. The intruder female may still be in the area, she looked like she was dogeing something before she left the nest the first time.
Date: 04/16/2014 12:51 pm CDT
Comment: Well thought I would check in see how things are going , looks like thwind hasn't blown it away yet really strong
Date: 04/16/2014 12:42 pm CDT
Comment: Good afternoon, see our eagles left seq, for those that doesn't know: Alcoa Ospreys got their first egg, finally:http://www.alcoa.com/global/en/eco_alcoa/info_page/ospreycam.asp
Date: 04/16/2014 11:00 am CDT
Comment: 2 days until pip watch at Whiterock,they are awfully wet this morning.Hope it dries up before hatch....http://www.whiterockeaglechat.com/NewCam - Screen Capture.html
Date: 04/16/2014 10:48 am CDT
Comment: Don't know if the one we see is a Rangers truck,June but that is farmed land.Hubs and I drove out on a farm field road behind the nest tree.
Date: 04/16/2014 10:36 am CDT
Comment: LOL, thanks June! Too old to have this stress! Yep, I missed everyone too! Wish we had some babies here, but the people here are just as good!
Date: 04/16/2014 10:32 am CDT
Comment: Hay Fay good to have you back, hadn't had any one to fuss with. Missed you.
Date: 04/16/2014 10:29 am CDT
Comment: Oh hush, LKK... You've been in the van enough times-so don't push it. And yes June, that was not a rangers truck, ROFL.....
Date: 04/16/2014 10:27 am CDT
Comment: Hay, Fay, and LKK. I thought it might be a rangers truck but Fay knows more about the other kind of trucks than I do. LOL
Date: 04/16/2014 10:22 am CDT
Comment: Don't let Fay rattle you June, that truck passes that way all the time.
Date: 04/16/2014 10:11 am CDT
Comment: Suuuure you did, June.... Sure.... White coat van is standing by.....
Date: 04/16/2014 10:02 am CDT
Comment: Just saw a white truck on the wc go past the nest and to the right. Any one see that?
Date: 04/16/2014 9:39 am CDT
Comment: MaryVA-my boots are worn out, and I'm right behind them...lol
Date: 04/16/2014 9:29 am CDT
Comment: patr, they sure tease us! We see them many times for days and they nestorize, then we don't see them for a couple of days? Need some boots on the ground reports. Okmeme, can you get on that? LOL!!!!!
Date: 04/16/2014 9:29 am CDT
Comment: At this point, I am just happy to see them. They can stay all summer just getting ready for next year. that would make me a happy camper. Have a great day eagles.
Date: 04/16/2014 9:17 am CDT
Comment: Good morning Friends. Yes - so much excitement and now wonderment as to what they are up to and questions about alternate nest. Loving this regardless!
Date: 04/16/2014 9:16 am CDT
Comment: got here in time to see but my post disappeared.. Sure wonder what is going on.. Wonder if they have a nest that got disrupted and they want another??
Date: 04/16/2014 9:10 am CDT
Comment: Well of course, I missed the entire visit and nestorations this morning!! Good morning to all. Good to see you Fay and Louise! Missed you both. Wonder what these Es are thinking too!!
Date: 04/16/2014 9:04 am CDT
Comment: And away goes the second one. Glad they tidied up that nest.
Date: 04/16/2014 9:02 am CDT
Comment: Eagle mailbox
Date: 04/16/2014 9:02 am CDT
Comment: Only those eagles know what is going on..but, of course we know what we are wishing for. I don't think it's going to happen..darn it!
Date: 04/16/2014 8:58 am CDT
Comment: Finally came to check and wahla!!Sure don't understand this,but glad to see action at Seq. Nest looks a lot bigger or deeper..what is going on??
Date: 04/16/2014 8:56 am CDT
Comment: GM. Looks like we are having an early morning visit at Seq. nest.
Date: 04/16/2014 8:37 am CDT
Comment: They have brought in two large sticks and some grass so far
Date: 04/16/2014 8:36 am CDT
Comment: Re-enforcing that sunken place I hope.
Date: 04/16/2014 8:34 am CDT
Comment: Is a beautiful sight this morning on both of them, now just one.
Date: 04/16/2014 8:32 am CDT
Comment: Man did I time it right this morning ,both here visiting.
Date: 04/16/2014 8:29 am CDT
Comment: both on the seq nest now.
Date: 04/16/2014 8:26 am CDT
Comment: Is back, giving me a good view now.
Date: 04/16/2014 8:25 am CDT
Comment: Lucky me, just saw him as he was leaving, first time in several days on a eagle sighting here., good morning everyone.
Date: 04/16/2014 8:20 am CDT
Comment: Seq Dad just returned with long branch for side rail.
Date: 04/16/2014 8:17 am CDT
Comment: While Seq Mom is decorating house, dad just flew off for more grass!
Date: 04/16/2014 8:14 am CDT
Comment: Yes, more materials for building nest. Wow!
Date: 04/16/2014 8:12 am CDT
Comment: Adult on nest at sequoyah
Date: 04/16/2014 8:11 am CDT
Comment: One eagle just flew - maybe in search of grass....????
Date: 04/16/2014 8:10 am CDT
Comment: What a beautiful site to see both eagles on the Seq nest.
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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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