B. C. eagles show off their feathers on webcams nestled in nests

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About 240,000 people tune in daily to watch five young B. C. eagles living in webcam-equipped nests. Three young birds in a nest in Sidney, just outside Victoria, hatched the second week of April. Two other eagles hatched last week on Hornby Island, just off the east coast of Vancouver Island between Nanaimo and Comox.

 

 

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Authored by: Anonymous on Monday, February 22 2010 @ 01:47 PM EST B. C. eagles show off their feathers on webcams nestled in nests

I am so pleased to have seen eagles this week. I am wondering if there is a way to advise last years stick watchers that"it's alive!" Is there a date we are looking at for a new batch??

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Authored by: garyandjudi on Saturday, March 27 2010 @ 11:18 PM EDT B. C. eagles show off their feathers on webcams nestled in nests

We should talk about this season 2010 not 2009.  Two eggs were laid in the Sidney nest the first week of March and Hornby nest just had two eggs laid last week end of March 2010 all four eggs will hatch on April 9th on, but I'd tune in the 8th of April to be sure you get a birds eye view of the 4 hatchlings from both nests.....JudyW 

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Authored by: Anonymous on Sunday, March 28 2010 @ 02:43 PM EDT B. C. eagles show off their feathers on webcams nestled in nests

is there a new nest on Hornby? i see old nest but no eggs

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