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Thread: Decorah Eagles

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    Decorah Eagles

    Some of you might already know about this but I thought I would post for those of you who don't.

    In Decorah, Iowa there is a family of Bald Eagles that are part of the RRP (Raptor Resource Project). RRP has installed a live camera feed at the nest site and anyone can watch these eagles as they build the nest, lay the eggs, hatch the babies and watch the babies grow and leave for parts unknown. It's a joy to watch and you really connect with these birds. Currently mom and dad eagle have 2 chicks and 1 egg still to go.

    If anyone is interested in watching please go to:
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    Re: Decorah Eagles

    I heard about this on another forum. It is fascinating to watch.

    For anyone wanting to know more about raptors (often know as "birds of prey" in Europe), there is a good introduction here:

    Thank you, Aleshia, for letting members know about this live feed. When anything interesting happens (another hatching), please update us!

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    Re: Decorah Eagles

    I will try and keep you updated lol We are expecting the third egg to hatch any day now so our eyes are glued to the feed :)

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    Re: Decorah Eagles

    This is so cool! I've watched it before and I have the hardest time looking away!! They were barely moving, but I watched it for two hours thinking something super cool would happen as soon as I turned it off lol.

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    Re: Decorah Eagles

    Sorry, the page you requested cannot be found.
    Many are made of millions of cells. These millions of cells can be divided into tissues according to their function. When there are many tissues working together, they form an organ . When the organ works with other organs in a common task, this is known as an organ system. These levels of organization are unique to the Animal Kingdom.
    Last edited by Gabora; 10-29-2020 at 12:49 PM.

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    Re: Decorah Eagles

    Gabora, that live web feed was over 4 years ago! Live feeds can cover days, even weeks, so they cannot be stored like a short video. However, if you have anything new/recent, feel free to post it here.

    By the way, please go to the introductions section to say hello to members and tell us more about yourself and your birds.

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    Re: Decorah Eagles

    Thanks For Sharing, LPC.



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