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Watch this eagle from Barry University in GA
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Feb 21, 2014 13:52:09   #
Here is the link for the Eagle that has his nest ready. The university in Georgia has cam watching over the eagle. Very cool. He was pecking the eggs this morning.

Here is the link:
Feb 21, 2014 14:04:32   #
yourmother306 (a regular here)

wow, my computer is slow
so, there's two eggs...can't wait for them to hatch
Feb 21, 2014 14:05:50   #
Thanks! Just heard about this nest & was on my list to look up. I have been watching the Decorah Eagles for the past 2 years! Eagles are awesome!
Feb 21, 2014 14:43:05   #
Thanks resending the link you did better then me! ;-)
Feb 21, 2014 14:46:57   #
MrsMurdog (a regular here)
We have one here in Redding, too. Liberty & Spirit have 3 eggs.

If everyone is watching at once, it won't come up, so keep trying. The first egg was laid 02/12/2014.
Feb 21, 2014 14:50:56   #
MrsMurdog (a regular here)
just looked at side by sides of the two nests. Isn't it neat that yours "feathers" its nest with pine needles and ours with moss.
Feb 21, 2014 14:51:37   #
Love the Redding names Liberty and Spirit!!
Feb 21, 2014 17:25:16   #
MrsMurdog (a regular here)
For the Redding Eagles there is a facebook site. There are some fabulous photos from avid watchers. Sometimes following is a bit like a soap opera.
Feb 22, 2014 07:55:38   #
junebjh (a regular here)
Thank you for posting. How wonderful we can watch this in real time.
Feb 22, 2014 08:07:59   #
We have a nesting pair near downtown Pittsburgh, PA.

Here's the link to the web cam.

They laid one egg three days ago; another one is expected too.
Feb 22, 2014 08:41:45   #
Wow, thanks for posting. this is so exciting. I saw a still picture of the eagles with the snow on them; they never moved. So glad to know about the webcams.
Feb 22, 2014 09:16:16   #
Here are some from Iowa:" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">
Feb 22, 2014 13:41:43   #
Bea 465 (a regular here)
Well, 1 of the Berry College eagle eggs hatched today. There's not too much movement yet, but Momma stayed off the egg and chick for a few minutes, then resettled herself on them.
Feb 22, 2014 18:13:24   #
The eagle in Pittsburgh laid her second egg late this afternoon. When she moves off the nest you can now see two of them.
Feb 23, 2014 09:22:21   #
Yes we have baby eagles at Berry and waiting on one!
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