Delta eaglecam to spot eggs hatching
Wednesday, April 01 2009 @ 07:38 AM EDT
Contributed by: karenbills
Another story about our HWF eagles!!
Surrey North Delta LeaderDelta eaglecam to spot eggs hatching
A pair of bald eagles in Delta are taking turns incubating two eggs, expected to hatch around March 30. Check out the action for yourself via an eaglecam at www.hancockwildlife.org
Updated: March 25, 2009 4:03 PM
Two video cameras are mounted at OWL Rehabilitation Society, providing 24-hour online feed of a recently occupied nest.
The cameras were installed last summer by the Surrey-based Hancock Wildlife Foundation, a non-profit society involved in a variety of bird-based research, education and conservation projects.
At the time, the nest was empty.
The "nestoration" had begun some time before the cameras turned on in late February.
"We were delighted to see there were already two eagles there," says Karen Bills, the society's project coordinator and an assistant to founder David Hancock.
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