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Comments:

Name: Deb Stecyk
Date: 01/25/2015 10:53 pm CDT
Comment: http://youtu.be/pJE36B9DxYU?list=UUTpsaVUPBs-2okyGpcn5UfA


Name: Deb Stecyk
Date: 01/25/2015 10:53 pm CDT
Comment: http://youtu.be/M-gQSDNYhkg


Name: Deb Stecyk
Date: 01/25/2015 10:48 pm CDT
Comment: Sequoyah Eagles - Bonding


Name: Deb Stecyk
Date: 01/25/2015 10:47 pm CDT
Comment: Sequoyah Eagles - Bonding


Name: LKK
Date: 01/25/2015 6:40 pm CDT
Comment: I'm reading a 3d egg for DNR.nice


Name: Steve
Date: 01/25/2015 6:12 pm CDT
Comment: I keep hoping for the pan, gotta go. Maybe on video again. SED.


Name: Jape
Date: 01/25/2015 6:09 pm CDT
Comment: No pan, Seq could have laid us an egg while we were watching.


Name: Steve
Date: 01/25/2015 6:06 pm CDT
Comment: Well gotta leave hope you see it tonight live. Enjoy.


Name: Steve
Date: 01/25/2015 6:04 pm CDT
Comment: And gone.


Name: lrg2192
Date: 01/25/2015 5:55 pm CDT
Comment: eagle at seq nest.


Name: Steve
Date: 01/25/2015 5:54 pm CDT
Comment: I'm here also. Have missed it live. Eagle came in at Seq.


Name: Jape
Date: 01/25/2015 5:47 pm CDT
Comment: SL clock is about 15 minutes slower than mine Steve, but I'm here watching for the pan.


Name: Steve
Date: 01/25/2015 5:14 pm CDT
Comment: Good evening. No eagles or ducks at this time. Just a glimsh of a big bird flying by at SL. walked 2 miles at our mall. BBL.


Name: lrg2192
Date: 01/25/2015 4:18 pm CDT
Comment: Not a good time to be there LKK, ditto on Stay Safe Fay and all.


Name: LKK
Date: 01/25/2015 4:00 pm CDT
Comment: Fay and all in the NE , this storm Juno looks like a bad one. Stay safe..


Name: BarbT
Date: 01/25/2015 3:56 pm CDT
Comment: (Seq) Eagle just left the nest.


Name: lrg2192
Date: 01/25/2015 3:56 pm CDT
Comment: Shucks, Seq Eagle left and no egg.


Name: patr
Date: 01/25/2015 3:50 pm CDT
Comment: glorious nesat and possibilities..


Name: lrg2192
Date: 01/25/2015 3:48 pm CDT
Comment: We can only hope she is getting ready to lay a egg in Seq. nest.


Name: lrg2192
Date: 01/25/2015 2:51 pm CDT
Comment: Eagle back on Seq


Name: lrg2192
Date: 01/25/2015 2:29 pm CDT
Comment: For sure MaryVA, the wind is really blowing, their first egg last season was 2/23, so their time is not far away, they are getting it ready.


Name: MaryVA
Date: 01/25/2015 2:24 pm CDT
Comment: I see them working on the nest at Alcoa, Irg. Amazing the sticks don't blow away in all that wind!


Name: lrg2192
Date: 01/25/2015 2:19 pm CDT
Comment: Sorry, forgot to say nothing going on as Seq/SL nests.


Name: lrg2192
Date: 01/25/2015 2:18 pm CDT
Comment: both eagles back on Alcoa nesterrising looks like in the snow; http://www.alcoa.com/locations/usa_davenport/en/info_page/eaglecam.asp


Name: lrg2192
Date: 01/25/2015 1:47 pm CDT
Comment: Eagle just left from Seq. nest


Name: lrg2192
Date: 01/25/2015 1:43 pm CDT
Comment: one eagle on Seq nest, both eagles were on snow covered Alcoa nest, now there is just one.


Name: patr
Date: 01/25/2015 1:34 pm CDT
Comment: I think they changed around here at Seq and so they are just m and d, far as I know...lol


Name: MaryVA
Date: 01/25/2015 1:14 pm CDT
Comment: Hold on M and D Seq. Tree really blowing in the wind! Did they ever have names?


Name: Steve
Date: 01/25/2015 12:47 pm CDT
Comment: Good evening Holland. Both are at seq. now coming and going, maybe eggs soon we can hope.


Name: Holland
Date: 01/25/2015 12:34 pm CDT
Comment: Good evening,eagle at Seq,looks windy


Name: Steve
Date: 01/25/2015 12:19 pm CDT
Comment: Seq. eagle alone right now. Could be female hard to tell when not together.


Name: June
Date: 01/25/2015 12:11 pm CDT
Comment: Seq. eagle now joined buy mate. Sharing lunch looks like.


Name: June
Date: 01/25/2015 12:04 pm CDT
Comment: Seq. eagle on nest now. It is very windy in OK today.


Name: LKK
Date: 01/25/2015 11:54 am CDT
Comment: If we are lucky ,Jape , we'll get a pan[ SL] around Feb 3 [ full moon]. Like seeing the moon come up over that hill.


Name: Jape
Date: 01/25/2015 11:37 am CDT
Comment: Ok I saw the SL pan and it was pretty lrg, I'll be watching about 5:30 pm that was the time on Deb's video. Thanks everyone for your help.


Name: Steve
Date: 01/25/2015 11:22 am CDT
Comment: Good morning. Jape the tours have been on WC at SL. Just watched video. Thanks Irg around 7:30 or so. Weather looks like what I have up here. No eagles right now.


Name: Betsy
Date: 01/25/2015 11:22 am CDT
Comment: Just saw the videos Deb has been posting. Good job. Nice to have the videos for those who don't get to see the cams live. The Sooner Lake pair are bonding right on time. According to my records, they are about the last pair in Oklahoma to lay eggs.


Name: lrg2192
Date: 01/25/2015 10:59 am CDT
Comment: continue; Jape that is the Youtube of the panning Seq. sunset. I like you, would like to know the story on the WA cam Seq, nest, guess they have a good reason for doing it that way.


Name: lrg2192
Date: 01/25/2015 10:55 am CDT
Comment: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OxHDkPfBD8U


Name: Jape
Date: 01/25/2015 9:41 am CDT
Comment: Thanks lrg2192, I will just have to be on here closer to sunset for a while to see. Deb has some great videos on here but I didn't see the one of a panning sunset. Wish the SL nest cam would quit playing games with us.


Name: lrg2192
Date: 01/25/2015 9:22 am CDT
Comment: Jape, I have seen the sunset the last 2 nights in person, it happened at the same time both nights, doesn't last long, Deb posted a video of it that was really good, may still be in the comments.


Name: Jape
Date: 01/25/2015 9:16 am CDT
Comment: @ MaryVA. Everyone keeps talking about panning and Seq sunsets but all I get is a still shot off to the left of the nest tree. Could it by my slow internet connection or my Apple computer?


Name: June
Date: 01/25/2015 9:15 am CDT
Comment: Good Sunday everyone. Looks like the Seq. eagles lift a snack for later in the nest. Checking in later.


Name: Holland
Date: 01/25/2015 8:40 am CDT
Comment: and gone again


Name: Holland
Date: 01/25/2015 8:31 am CDT
Comment: eagle back at Seq nest


Name: tawcat
Date: 01/25/2015 8:16 am CDT
Comment: Happy Sunday


Name: holland
Date: 01/25/2015 8:12 am CDT
Comment: good afternoon,i just saw an eagle fly of the Seq nest


Name: lrg2192
Date: 01/25/2015 8:09 am CDT
Comment: Good Sunday Morning, we have one eagle at Seq. now, not good news MaryVA on the possibility of a owl on the nest, we sure don't need that threat.


Name: Steve
Date: 01/25/2015 7:17 am CDT
Comment: Oh Mary there's no eagles at Seq. (now) Good morning. Time to get ready for church. Have a Blessed Sunday.


Name: MaryVA
Date: 01/25/2015 6:59 am CDT
Comment: Now two Es at Seq nest!



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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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