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 Post subject: California Eagles ~ Nov 2021 - 2022
PostPosted: Mon Nov 01, 2021 12:19 pm 
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Bald Canyon IWS
Nest location San Clemente Island.
Female: A-32 - 2004 Hatch from Alaska. Released on the Islands in 2004
Male: K-76 - 2007 hatch on the Islands

Big Bear Lake
Nest location Southern California near Big Bear Lake in the San Bernadino National Forest.
Info from Dr. Sharpe the NIW ecologist. (Shared by SWINWK)
"Unfortunately, the eagles don't determine when they lay. The previous female also laid between late December and late January, which in my opinion is about 2-3 months too early for the nest location. I think it is a weird problem related to being at a relatively low latitude in southern California, but at a high altitude. Nesting generally occurs earlier at low latitudes (November to December in Florida versus late-April through May in Alaska), but low latitudes generally don't have the high elevations, and thus cold weather conditions, found at Big Bear Lake.
It is only because of a man-made lakes that they are even able to breed in the local southern California mountains. It is hard to overcome the evolutionary control of the timing of reproduction."

Fraser Point, Santa Cruz Island CAM
Nest location Northwest point of Santa Cruz Island in Channel Island National Park
Female: A-49, Princess Cruz, hatched at the Pelican Harbor nest on Santa Cruz Island in 2006. She was the first known bald eagle to hatch on the Channel Islands since 1950
Male: The male -
Previous: July 2021: Spirit A-64 found deceased. Mate: Cruz.
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Unfortunately, a kayak guide found A-64 (aka Spirit) floating dead in the ocean on the eastern edge of the Fraser Point territory today. He said there was no obvious trauma. A-64, is Cruz's brother and hatched at the Pelican Harbor nest in 2008. He was knocked out of the nest by a subadult eagle and had a puncture in his beak. After being treated at a veterinarian, he was released back on Santa Cruz from a hacking tower. This pair has been breeding since 2012 and successfully raised 3 chicks at this nest in 2017.


Humboldt Bay IWS
Nest location Humboldt Wildlife Care Center is near Eureka off the northern California coast.

IWS [Institute for Wildlife Studies] Channel Islands 4 Cam Page IWS FB
IWS cam links listed alphabetical on this page 4 Cam Page Includes
Bald Canyon on San Clemente Island new 2016
Sauces Nest Cam on Santa Cruz Island
Two Harbors on Santa Catalina Island
West End Nest Cams 1 & 2 on Santa Catalina Island
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Milpitas CA
Nest Location: Santa Clara County, CA. San Jose to its south and Fremont to its north. Milpitas is near the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge (south part of the Bay) so perhaps nest is somewhere near there! New 2018

Pelican Harbor IWS No Cam 2016-18
Nest location Pelican Harbor at Chinese Harbor. Santa Cruz Island, one of the Northern
Channel Islands off the California coast. K10 & K26


Redding CA APRIL 2017 UPDATE former Turtle Bay/Northern CA
CAM LINK Friends of the Redding Eagles FB
Nest location Redding CA along the Sacramento River
Female - Liberty / Male - Spirit 5/10/13 Eagle believed to be Patriot killed in aerial battle with another eagle. Godspeed Patriot.

Sauces, Santa Cruz IWS - or -
Nest location Santa Cruz Island

Two Harbors IWS - or -
Nest location Santa Catalina Island, one of Northern Channel Islands off the California coast
Female #82 / Male #81

Turtle Bay aka Northern California Eagles SEE REDDING CA

West End IWS ~ West End History
New 2013 broadcasting live on YouTube
Nest location: Santa Catalina Island, one of Northern Channel Islands off the California coast
Female: K-91 (aka Thunder) hatched at the Two Harbors nest on Catalina Island in 2009. Has silver band on left leg.
Male: A-61 (aka Akecheta) 2019 - present. Hatched at the Los Pinos nest on Santa Cruz Island in 2016. Has silver band on left leg and orange band on right leg. Previous: K-01 (aka Superman) was produced by captive eagles at the San Francisco Zoo and fostered to the Pinnacle Rock nest on Catalina in 2000.
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:harvest: Jim the Bachelor is home tonight at FP.


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:harvest: Jim the Bachelor is spending the night at FP!


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:4turkey: Jim arrived early to keep an eye on his bachelor pad at FP. SC by Janntonne:



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Big Bear Eagles, CA: Jacky laid her first egg

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Big Bear Eagles, CA :newegg: :newegg: 1/25/22

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West End Bald Eagle nest
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West End Bald Eagle nest
Catalina Island, California
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West End Bald Eagle nest
Catalina Island, California
3rd egg :newegg: :newegg: :newegg:
2/5/22
Eagle calendar updated! :newegg: :newegg: :newegg:
I hope all three make it this year! :flirty:

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Redding CA - former Turtle Bay/Northern CA
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Redding Eagles :newegg: :newegg: :newegg: :15heartbeat: :15heartbeat: :15heartbeat:

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2/17 ~ Sauces Canyon, Santa Cruz Island
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 Post subject: Re: California Eagles ~ Nov 2021 - 2022
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:10sum: Link for the IWS nests and chat:



:thud The first thing I checked was the FP nest to see if Jim the Bachelor had chosen a mate and if they had any eggs. I was hoping he had selected Cruz as she had spent the night with him (even before Spirit passed) here in previous months and he seemed the most taken with her of all the females that stopped by. In fact, he seemed to avoid all of the other females that had stopped by his nest even though they were similar in age or younger. But saw nothing. In reading down the chat, I found out another "possible couple" have been seen here. The male is A14 "Andor" and the female is unknown. But just guess who Andor is a brother of...Jim the Bachelor! Andor hatched the season after Jim from the same parents. And just guess who is a sister to Jim the Bachelor and Andor's father...Cruz! A68 their father hatched in the 2010 season. And their mother, A27 was the former female at the Sauces Canyon nest that was replaced by Audacity in 2013.

:5val: Hoping to see Jim the Bachelor soon. And still hoping he and Cruz settle here, but of course I hope the best for Andor and his possible mate, just not at this FP nest that Jim has tended to and guarded for almost a year that I was able to follow. I really love Jim the Bachelor...


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 Post subject: Re: California Eagles ~ Nov 2021 - 2022
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:thud Oh no! Dr. Sharpe thinks the unknown female is likely Cruz...

Institute for Wildlife Studies Mod • 33 minutes ago
There are only 5 females that we've banded with a single silver band on the right leg since 2000 (none after 2008), so it is likely Cruz.


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 Post subject: Re: California Eagles ~ Nov 2021 - 2022
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:blinksun: It was confirmed today that the female with Andor is Cruz. I am glad Cruz is here and being seen on cam, I was hoping it would be with Jim the Bachelor though, not his little brother. Both are her nephews. I hope Jim is okay and returns here and everything works out forever after... :sunsmile:


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 Post subject: Re: California Eagles ~ Nov 2021 - 2022
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:7val: :newegg: Apparently Chase and Cholyn's 1st egg arrived at 1956 @ Two Harbors, however she is still standing over it and has not given any looks. This is customary for her. Perhaps someone overnight here will be able to confirm. It looks to be obvious labor for several minutes prior to the event. Also per Janntonne who did the gif below, Cholyn did her traditional wing flap to signal the arrival of the egg:

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:7val: :newegg: And the reveal came at 2226. A mouse is noted on the upper right rail at 2224, then down onto the nest at 2225 and an uncertain glimpse of the egg is revealed as she turned to wing slap at the mouse. A definite view of the egg is seen at 2226 as she turns to try to give that darn mouse another wing slap! The egg is near the rail, but moments later, Cholyn rolled the egg into the bowl. Screen capture of 2nd wing slap with view of egg by Bella:

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Screen capture after the egg was rolled into the bowl is by Gracie Shepard:

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3/1 ~ California, Two Harbors, Catalina Island Eagle cam
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