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Thread: Bald Eagle Cam; D-18 Hatched on April 2, 2014

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    He's panning the camera now with close ups of the eaglets and Mom carving up a trout. Great stuff.

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    Dad's got the watch now and is warning something to stay away. Get dizzy watching them today. He might be calling for Big Red as well.

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    Yep, Dad left them alone for about two minutes and mom's back now.

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    wind is still howling. eaglets look all fagged out.

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    Mom and dad have spent a lot of time off nest today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ackos View Post
    Mom and dad have spent a lot of time off nest today.
    Maybe they are getting their flying in while they can. Are the storms heading their way? It could be a wet nest soon.

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    Still no rain yet but getting closer. Kids will start huddling under mom soon (at least what will fit under her.

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    The light show has started and the kids have hunkered down under mom.

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    not much wind right now but they are soaking wet. Looks miserable and the kids are on top of mom's feet and hanging tight

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    Mom is sporting her Fuzzy Slippers this morning.



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    for awhile there I only saw two. One was under pops. Whew.

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    Kids are starting to sprout feathers on their wing tips.
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    I watched them last night around midnight. They were zonked out.

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    Kids are getting HUGE! I can't fathom how she got them to fit under her in this rain.


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    I really appreciate this link being put on the site. (I seldom get into the Cafe so have missed a lot). My wife and grandkids are mesmerized. We are a little concerned about one of the chicks that seems to be a little smaller and the bottom of the pecking order. I'm guessing it is the youngest one. Seems like it hardly gets any food. I know Nature can be cruel, but this little guy is tugging at our heartstrings. Any insight on the dynamics in the nest?
    (old Gaelic saying) Chan eil h-uile facal sireadh freagairt. Not every question requires an answer.







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