Thursday, March 23, 2006

Spring! Baby Eagles!

Some very clever folks have set up a webcam overlooking a bald eagle nest, where an egg is being firmly sat on. Take a look! I wonder when the little fuzzball will show up ...

Update: fixed the URL. Now I need to bribe the eaglet to harry a flock of pigeons (nervous, recently fed) over a certain hellaflopper pilot's newly washed car ....

4 Comments:

Anonymous BillT said...

Try plugging in *this* URL:

http://briloon.org/ed/eagle/

I know somebody who works with 'puters, if you need some help...

*running for the bunker*

12:53 PM, March 23, 2006  
Blogger Barb said...

You'd better run fast, Bill - she's getting to be a good shot!

BCR - Here's another URL to add to the Eagle watching set. This site is run by the Washington Dept of Fish and Wildlife, and has run the Eagle cams for 6 years that I know of - same breeding pair, they moved to a new nest this year.
The site also has cams for viewing owls (the chicks are getting BIG) and salmon (the cameras are right up the road in Issaquah).

Our tax dollars at work *grin*.

1:34 PM, March 23, 2006  
Blogger Sioux said...

Cool. Thanks for sharing this! I bookemarked it to keep watch!!

5:51 PM, March 23, 2006  
Blogger Barb said...

And, judging by the last few years, we should see the hatchlings sometime in the first or second week of May, as I recall.

6:22 AM, March 24, 2006  

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