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Old 07-25-2011, 06:52 PM   #43
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They installed a new eagle cam above the nest for a pair of eagles where we live in Iowa so you can watch the eagles as they raise their young. It's kind of boring right now because there is no eggs yet. Mostly chirping birds and passing cars. You can even go back to other days and see what happened. Once the babies come it's neat to see whats in the nest to eat. Fish, squirrels, rabbits. The nest in actually in someone yard. So if your interested in this kind of thing you can go to www.raptorresource.org and even cruise around Decorah from the air.
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I heard about this site from another blog and I watched every day from about when the first chick was hatched until after they fledged. It was fascinating. Really appreciate what the folks at Raptorresource have done. BTW. Decorah looks like a great place to live. (Although it's nice too where I live in Victoria, BC)
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Old 07-25-2011, 08:23 PM   #44
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The Eagle Cam has shut down with new and improved footage for next year. Decorah is a great place to live and that is why we have maintained our residence here inspite of having to live and work other places far away.
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Old 07-26-2011, 11:16 AM   #45
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To fill in your 'bird fix', I can offer you this latest national obsession in Britain - following five cuckoos that have been fitted with GPS trackers. Unbelievably, science has not been 100% sure about what they do between Britain and Africa when they migrate and tracking these birds is intended to answer that question.

Tracking cuckoos into Africa



Lyster, the fifth bird, has just set off this week - he was so much later than the others that his progress, or not, made it onto the national TV news!
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I guess they are going to track the Decorah eagles for the first time.
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They have collared the female eagle and have tracked her into Northern Wisconsin 159 miles from the nest. This is being watched by the same web site as the birth though they have not updated anything since the 14th. The collar will fall off after three years about the time I assume she will start to mature.
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As the secretary in my school said, she is hunting for a boyfriend. She is following the Mississippi where there are lots of eagles.

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