Thread subject: Decorah Eagles
||01/25/10 11:06 am
||For anyone interested....there is a lot of activity at the next right now with both birds busy on the nest, either eating or shifting sticks around. It's a marvellous view of this nest with clear views of incoming birds. The snow makes it look very pretty. But it is windy there this morning and looks very cold
||01/25/10 11:11 am
||It's so funny...they have been wrestling with one of those very awkward V - shaped branches, finding it very difficult to deal with :-))
||01/25/10 11:12 am
||I should add...it's best to zoom your picture to 200 per cent to get a good view...quality does not seem to be lost by doing that.
||01/25/10 11:48 am
||Good Morning Pam
Chris has been watching that for the past 1/2 hour. He is recording them ...
That Eagle just doesn't give up though
||01/25/10 12:02 pm
||Zoom or try THIS link instead.
||01/25/10 12:23 pm
||Oh I'm so glad Chris has recorded that sequence Peggy ! Look forward to seeing that on UTube. Clyde, thanks very much for th link - it is fabulous for a quick look if you don''t want access to the main website, saves all that zooming !
||01/25/10 12:59 pm
||Only the blustery wind now for me...Blue Jay calls and the twitter of house sparrows. ;-(
||01/25/10 02:01 pm
||I read in an eagle book once that biologists saw a female eagle move one stick something like 13 times before she was happy with where it went. :-)
||01/25/10 04:03 pm
||Or from last night's from Nature's Bald Eagle repeat there is the elder male Eagle who relocated everything the new inexperienced female brought it.
||01/25/10 05:11 pm
||I just ordered the DVD from AmazonUK...should be delivered within three weeks from USA.
||01/26/10 11:50 am
||You'll love it, Pam. I saw it again on Sunday night, too. Fantastic!