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#1 Male OFFLINE   PV216


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Posted 02/04/13 - 08:19 AM


I usually watch the iowa and nj nests but this year the iowa nest is abandoned, and the eagles in nj moved their nest farther from the camera. This ones in minnesota and it appears to be an active nest this year.

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Posted 02/04/13 - 08:23 AM

http://sportsmanspar..._Eagle_Cam.html heres another one in Florida. This one has 2 eaglets hatched.

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Posted 02/04/13 - 07:28 PM

Amazing animals. There's a bald eagles nest near my house. I can just sit outside and watch them all day. It seems to me that they're a lot more active than the redtails in the area. These things never sit still for more than a few minutes, and they're absolutely massive.

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Posted 02/04/13 - 08:16 PM

We had an active nest on our lease in md about 4 years ago. Those young ate more chicken then anything else. After that year we still saw adults but the moved their nest

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