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Nest Watch Tuesday, October 13, 2009; We Love Eagles.
Topic Started: Oct 12 2009, 11:04 PM (2,693 Views)
Cumbrian
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PLEASE READ


The fledglings have started to explore .. away from their nests .. so Season 2008/2009 is over.

The adults will soon return to their nests and start bringing in lots of sticks/fluff for nestorations and a new Season .. 2009/2010 .. will begin.


The Nest Observations/Nest Watch thread remains open ... as long as there are cameras .. which are operational .. to watch.


Remember you can still post about anything that you see happening on the nests ... but here are just a few Gentle Reminders about posting on this thread. ( Helps to save time when reading through it).


It is the CHANNEL ISLANDS NESTS ONLY ... either on or off camera ... that we post our observations/comments about.

It is important to know the NEST you are observing ... so please put the Initials at the start of your post ...

. . .PH = Pelican Harbor
. . .TH = Two Harbors
. . .WE = West End

These nests are all in California ... so it's PDT ... on this coast.

We prefer that the Quote Button is not used on this thread ... and if you must use it ... because you are referring to something on a previous page ... then take TEXT only ... never captures or video.

Thanks!
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JoJo
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:X: For all nests :D
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TH 6:30 am Nest visible..dark and grainy, MT.

My local weather reports nasty :rn: today for California...... hopefully all the :soar: will stay :umbr: .....
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jessica
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eagle calls heard at PH6:34 am!!!

Jess
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JoJo
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Great news Jess, Thanks. No sound here at work, can't use enhancement either :(
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jessica
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Still dark, plenty of raindrops falling (yay - we need the rain to clean all this ash and dust).

Jess
PH of course!
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WE cam is still black and jumping...slo mo is up-to-date but black...


PH sounds like rain in the darkness.....
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I can also hear sounds of "someone" crunching around on wet branches - I have a feeling we will see eagles very soon here - (read - I am jumping up and down with joyful anticipation)

Jess
PH 6:40 am
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WE 6:39 am A ghost of the presence of the nest is appearing on both live and slo mo!
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jeannec
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Eagle call - either TH or PH
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amethyst
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6:43 am Yes! An eagle's call...but I cannot tell if TH or PH....
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JoJo
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PH 6.44
Not seeing any floating heads yet.
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TH ... 6:43am ... Adult calls off cam.
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PH - 6:45am - Sounds like 2 eagles talking nearby
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6:45 am lots of eagle calls at PH- sounds like could be two?

Jess
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