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 Post subject: EAGLES MISC NORTHWEST USA & ALASKA 2015-2017
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NORTHWEST USA & ALASKA

MISCELLANEOUS EAGLE NESTS

HAPPY NEW YEAR! PLEASE BEGIN YOUR 2015, 2016 & 2017 POSTS HERE

If you do not see your nest listed in this regional miscellaneous Eagle topic, it may have its own forum.
Refer to the main USA Eagles Index Page CLICK >> viewforum.php?f=107
Please identify which nest you are commenting on. :thankyou

NORTHWEST USA & ALASKA CAM LINKS:
Deschutes, OR: January 23, 2017 Link not found
Nest location: Cascades of the Deschutes National Forest in Oregon near Willamette Pass. Lady Odell (female) & Cascade (male).

E-470 Denver, CO CAM January 23, 2017 Cam shows highway, but not a nest... Per their FB page: "if you get a strange security notice, just go ahead to the link. Some people are seeing this and they will need to clear their cookies from their browse"
FB Part of Raptor Education Foundation in Denver
Nest location: Near I-25 and 120th Avenue on Denver's east side.

Glacier Park, Alaska:
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Nest Location: Galcier Gardens Rainforest Adventure, Juneau, Alaska.

Kenai Alaska: New 2017
Nest location: Southwest of Anchorage along an inlet of the Gulf of Alaska.

Libby Dam: Nest not used in 2015 2016 Waiting to hear about 2017
Nest location: Libby Dam, Montana - near Souse Gulch on the Kootenai River. Nest started June, 1996.

Miles City, Montana
Nest Location: The nest sits 98 feet high housed in a cottonwood tree.

Standley Lake Regional Park CAM NEW FALL 2016
Nest location: Westminister, CO about 20 miles northwest of Denver

Washington State : On the east side of Lake Washington -or- refresh January 23, 2017 No Eagle cam, but lots of other cams on this page

Wolftree Golden Eagle: January 23, 2017 Cam not live for season yet
Female: Petra
Male: Rocky
Nest Location: This nest is approximately 200 feet above the ground on a cliff overlooking Whychus Creek.

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I think Washington Eagles are going to try and build again
Here is a picture DRF got July 2014 after the collapse & here is picture from today. You can see that there are a few new branches in the crook of the tree. :snowflake3:

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WildWatchcams Washington Eagles update

BALD EAGLES

Repairs to the Bald Eagle WildWatch camera were attempted in late December, prior to the US Fish and Wildlife Service cutoff date (January 1st). Our team of tree climbers, video and internet technical staff, and biologists worked with the private landowner to evaluate what we'd need to do to get the camera up and running before nesting season in 2015.

Last year, the young in this nest tree put a lot of wear and tear on the nest AND the cabling that connect to the camera and video system: the protective covering has been stripped and that impacts the video delivery and picture quality. In our last round of repairs, our team worked to repair the damaged cable sections, but we are still having some quality problems - the video looks like someone put netting over the picture.
Unfortunately, we can't get up in the nest tree now (January–February) because we might disturb the adults as they look for a place to nest this year. We are hoping they choose the nest site with the camera, even if the video quality isn't ideal. Currently, both adults have been seen in the area and heard nearby. We will stay tuned to see if they come back to this site.

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Miles Montana, has a new cam up & there is an Eagle in the nest, squatting and snow coming down. So what does this all add up to? Maybe an egg today??? We'll see.

UPDATE: LOOKS LIKE THERE WAS AN EGG ROLL JUST NOW!
She moved from the standing position to the squatting rolling and lay down


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Sure looks like there could be an egg, KF!! So glad they shifted the cam to the left. You can actually go full screen with this cam and get a really good view..

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Nope no egg at Miles :sum8:

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I know she fooled us before, but maybe an egg now..looked like she did a roll and a shimmy...but, who knows..


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Wolf Tree Golden Eagles are back on line and sitting on 2 eggs :loveshow:

Petra and Rocky are baaa-aaaack! go to

http://www.goldeneaglecam.com

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This young eagle chick finds Mom's tail to be a nice pillow.

First Egg: February 6, 2015
Second Egg: February 9, 2015
Third Egg: February 12, 2015

First Hatch: March 16, 2015
Second Hatch: March 17, 2015
Third Hatch: March 20, 2015

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Now Two Chicks at the Miles City Montana nest!
April 9, 2015 —
Yay, now there are two! I don’t have any idea when the second one hatched (sorry about that), but there sure are two now!


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Photo from Eagleholic We think first hatch was 4/6 :hatchegg: :hatchegg:

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Wolf Tree Golden Eagles

http://www.goldeneaglecam.com/

2 eaglet :dancingegg:

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Miles Montana 2 little sweethearts :flirty:
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Oregon Golden...2 hatches, I think...

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http://www.goldeneaglecam.com/ (this link does not work for me .... ???)

A quick look at the Golden Eaglets from Oregon. They are getting pretty big & hopefully they stay away from the edge of the Nest seeing its a long way to the bottom of the cliff. so big :egglaugh:


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http://www.goldeneaglecam.com/ (this link does not work for me .... ???)

A quick look at the Golden Eaglets from Oregon. They are getting pretty big & hopefully they stay away from the edge of the Nest seeing its a long way to the bottom of the cliff. so big :egglaugh:
Thanks for bringing this to my attention Priscilla. I show that the first link is for the Cascades of the Deschutes National Forest in Oregon near Willamette Pass. When I checked that link in January the website was under construction. Now the link takes me to a Page Not Found. The site was part of a US Forestry Service program to bring nature to the classroom.

The link you included is the Wolftree Golden Eagle nest on a cliff overlooking Whychus Creek which is also Part of the Cascades Range. There are many designated National Forests within the Cascades Mountain Range, in the US Northwest and probably lots of Golden Eagles in this huge area that stretches from southern British Columbia, Canada through Washington and Oregon to Northern California.

I will see what I can find out Priscilla, but I have a feeling the Deschutes cam may simply not be funded by the forestry service any longer.

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