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 Post subject: 2018 CHEHALIS, HARRISON MILLS & MISSION, B.C. eagles
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Harrison Mills CAM LINK:
This nest is 175 feet up a huge Douglas fir - on the 10th green of the Sandpiper Golf course!
The 2 PTZ cams will offer fantastic views of the eagle activity on the Chehalis - Harrison Flats to the North East.

Site Sponsorship: These nest cams and incredible installation have been funded by the Pretty Estates Resort, which includes the Sandpiper Golf Course, Rowena's Inn on the River and the fine Rivers Edge Restaurant. [/b]

Chehalis Flats CAM LINK: (Currently off-line)
In early October, when the Harrison River and surrounding waters have receded after the spring and summer freshetts, we'll be putting two cameras out on the estuary to allow you to watch the eagles and other wildlife feeding on the spawning salmon. In the past, more than 1000 eagles have been seen in this area on a single day.

In addition to the two estuary cameras, we have an under water camera in the spawning channel at the entrace to the Chehalis fish hatchery. During the Eagle Festival, we'll be featuring some video taken by hand-held cameras in and around the Tapedira area to the West of the Estuary. Included in these we're hoping to have interviews with and commentaries by local naturalists and conservationists.

Mission CAM LINK:
This nest is on the property of very enthusiastic eagle watchers - who have named the pair Jack and Jill. Jack and Jill had one eaglet fledge in 2011 and one fledged in 2012. They built their nest in 2010.
It is located in the Fraser Valley, about 5 miles east of Mission on the way to the Chehalis - Harrison River complex.

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