American Bald Eagles.

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balistar wrote: March 27th, 2021, 3:56 pm little DN13 is already awake and twittering loudly :laugh:
balistar, :hi: :D did you miss DN14? :chick:
I saw the PIP yesterday. Early morning feeding!

today the cutie is visible :loveshower:

I hope you can see the little beak
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Liz01 wrote: March 27th, 2021, 4:43 pm balistar, :D did you miss DN14? :chick:
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awwww, Liz, yes, indeed :loveshower: :bounce:
I'm not there yet, i'm on rewind.... :laugh: yesterday i had to close computer earlier. EDIT: now i'm there, i see it. Thank you.


Happy welcome, little one.

What i saw was DNF listening when it was still dark. Pity that there is no time indication on the stream.
When did it hatch ? overnight ?
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balistar, i don't know when it hatched. At the first feeding I thought I was seeing another chick, but it wasn't 100% sure! The second head is clearly visible at the second feeding.


DN13 is on the right
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It rains a lot. Bad memory. But at that time there were 3 little ones in the nest and one was totally soaked and ...
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Video of the first feeding early Morning




DN14 on the left :loveshower:
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Liz01 wrote: March 27th, 2021, 5:07 pm .... At the first feeding I thought I was seeing another chick, but it wasn't 100% sure! The second head is clearly visible at the second feeding.
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Liz, i'm right there on the first feeding (still on rewind) and i was able to get this pic:

DN13 on the left - DN14 on the right (or at least the head part :laugh: )
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Better visible on your pics of the second feeding :thumbs:
EDIT: thanks also for the vid !


(have to take a little break now, i'm so hungry, otherwise i'll fall off the meat :mrgreen: )
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balistar wrote: March 27th, 2021, 5:24 pm Liz, i'm right there on the first feeding (still on rewind) and i was able to get this pic:

DN13 on the left - DN14 on the right (or at least the head part :laugh: )

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Better visible on your pics of the second feeding :thumbs:
balistar, second feeding. DN14 is on the left! :innocent:
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Liz01 wrote: March 27th, 2021, 5:29 pm balistar, second feeding. DN14 is on the left! :innocent:
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:2thumbsup: Liz,

awww, soo cute :loveshower:
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Redding Eagles

Good look to the three bobble heads.
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Feeding time, the parents feed very fair. Nobody must be hungry.
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Females name is Liberty (most likely 22 years), the name of the male is Guardian, 7 years old (her third partner). She has three chicks for the third time.
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Birdfriend wrote: March 27th, 2021, 10:20 pm Redding Eagles

Good look to the three bobble heads.
[img]https://abload.de/img/bild_2021-03-27_210403djhx.png[ /img]
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Thanks, Birdfriend :wave: , for info about this nest. They are looking great and cute :innocent:
Good to hear that they get fed fair, the female must be very experienced, it's not easy with three eaglets.
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balistar, Birdfriend, :wave: thanks for the great pictures of the three little sweeties!

Decorah North- feeding :innocent:

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balistar, Liz with pleasure. :wave:

There is also a trio under parent. :thumbs:

Pittsburgh Hays Eagles

This pair is breeding there since 2013 successful. In 2014 they had their first trio, this season the second.
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March 29th

:hi:

Decorah North

Today one of the baby eaglets was kicked out of the bowl by DNF - accidentally :slap:
She moved a stick from one side to the other and kicked it out with her left foot.

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where am i ? :unsure:
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oops, where are you ?
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what are you doing here ?
you kicked me out, Mom :nod:
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Luckily DNF managed to roll it back into the bowl with her beak :faint:
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all good - baby is back in bowl :D :thumbs:
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earlier today DNF tried to feed the eyeball of another alive fish, brought by Mr North, to the baby eaglets.
She tried to give it to DN14 first- too big, couldn't swallow it.
Then to DN13 - also too big. They both are still too young for this delicacy to swallow.

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posts copied and deleted from Latvian WTE topic.
Liz01 wrote: March 30th, 2021, 2:48 pm far away... a American bald eagle female .. different situation! She and her mate lost their nest to a new couple. But there were no eggs in the nest!
Ajeta wrote: March 30th, 2021, 3:18 pm
Liz, just to verify: Is this Berry Ma of Berry College Hancock Wildlife org? Because at a link I found it seems that Nov 30 they state that the male is the resident male, only the female is new. But perhaps this is a different nest or a different year? The reason I ask is bc I am interested in the question whether couples indeed attack individuals, or if the "rule" female against female and male against male mostly applies (which would make evolutionary sense, I think). Anyway, please do not feel compelled to answer and sorry in advance if I hurt your feelings - it is just that with all your experience of so many nests you're a great source of information, even during these dire days.
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Ajeta wrote: March 30th, 2021, 3:18 pm Liz, just to verify: Is this Berry Ma of Berry College Hancock Wildlife org? Because at a link I found it seems that Nov 30 they state that the male is the resident male, only the female is new..
Liz01 wrote: March 30th, 2021, 3:27 pm For me is no evidence that the male was Berry Pa. I've watched them for many years. For me it was a new male with his pretty young mate. I stopped watching, when the brood failed. (the chick was for hours in the rain an died ) I will never watch the nest again. I loved Berry Ma.

ame, and others! sorry, is off topic! :bow:
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balistar wrote: March 30th, 2021, 3:41 am Luckily DNF managed to roll it back into the bowl with her beak :faint: ......
balistar :hi:
That's incredible! They all seem to do it! As long as I'm watching the nest, the tiny eaglets climb out of the nest bowl. It must be in their genes .. leave the nest as soon as you can crawl :rotf:
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Liz01 wrote: March 30th, 2021, 3:52 pm It must be in their genes .. leave the nest as soon as you can crawl :rotf:
:hi: Liz :mrgreen:

but honestly, i'm glad DNF got it back in :rolleyes:
- regarding and remembering what happened to the baby eaglet at Berry's.... (i'm still deeply sad...)
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Pittsburgh Hays - Sorry I'm late...
missed some days of this adorable TRIO
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