The American Bald Eagle is largely monogamous and returns to the same breeding grounds year after year. You may recall my post on the DECORAH EAGLES last year. Well, they are back to mate again, and the USTREAM Feed is up and running.
I manage to catch the female the other night right in the act of laying what I believe to be her third (and final) egg of the breeding season. The picture above was captured seconds after she laid the egg. She appears to be hunching her eagle shoulders and saying “Phewwww” to herself. In any event, for yet another mental health break, click on the link above and check out the Eagle-Cam from USTREAM.
- Second egg spotted in Decorah eagle nest (thegazette.com)
- Eagle Cam Returns: New Chicks Coming Soon (wired.com)
- Decorah eagles start new family (mnn.com)
- Decorah Eagle Cam returns (thegazette.com)
- Drop everything – the Bald Eagle Cam is back! [Zoology] (io9.com)
- Stand by for baby eagles on webcam! (grist.org)
- Scanning the skies for Decorah eaglet (thegazette.com)
- Near-Extinct Bald Eagles Thriving In Their New Harford County Home (baltimore.cbslocal.com)
- Bald Eagles Follow the Dictates of the Parliament of Fowls: Another 420 Character Piece to Follow Up on Valentine’s Day and to Celebrate the Joy of Being Not Extinct (wordswewomenwrite.wordpress.com)
- Eagles. (workofheartandsoul.wordpress.com)