Thread subject: Tracking Bald Eagles.
||07/08/05 07:50 pm
||Just had this interesting information e-mailed to me today .thought those of you who share a love for the Bald Eagle might be interested in what BIRD STUDIES CANADA is doing with the bald eagle. This comes out of your province Shelley. ;-)
Radio tracking and banding.......
Even a big map that you can see where one individual yearling eagle traveled around over 1200 kilometers during a two week period. Interesting reading as I didn't realise anyone was brave enough to get close to an eagles nest and grab a chick, for the above purposes with angry parents around. Yikes! Those talons are lethal.
||07/08/05 08:26 pm
||Wow, Marie, thanks for this. It looks fascinating! I will read it in more depth over the weekend as my mum is here for a visit this weekend
||07/09/05 05:50 am
||Oh those are lovely Marie. Another lovely addition to the site.
||07/09/05 06:25 am
||That is a great site....will study it more tomorrow....love the names they chose!
||07/09/05 07:22 am
||Oh that one looks mouth-watering Marie - no time to read until later however. So glad to see they named a bald eagle after me and one after one of my grandaughters i.e. Genna (short for Genevieve). It's Genna's 12th birthday party today so I shall miss the DPOF get-together (at least the shouting and waving red napkins etc.)
||07/09/05 01:08 pm
||Ah Pam, I knew you'd like this site especially with an eaglet called Pamela and another with a name cannected to your family.... ;-)