Eagles settle out of view; Turtle Bay camera unable to show new nest

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Redding's famous eagle pair, Patriot and Liberty, tend to their new nest in a tree near the Sacramento River in Redding. The eaglecam was to have begun streaming live video of nest activities to the Internet today, but the new nest is too far away for the camera to catch the action.

Photo courtesy of Terri Lhuillier

Redding's famous eagle pair, Patriot and Liberty, tend to their new nest in a tree near the Sacramento River in Redding. The eaglecam was to have begun streaming live video of nest activities to the Internet today, but the new nest is too far away for the camera to catch the action.

 

By Damon Arthur

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

The eagles were supposed to go live today.

If everything had gone according to plan, the "eaglecam" would have begun streaming video on the Web of Redding's famous eagle couple, Patriot and Liberty.

For three years the eaglecam gave viewers a glimpse into the eagles' lives as they prepared their nest, laid eggs and raised the eaglets, who would grow up and eventually leave their treetop home.

Read the rest of the news story here:  http://www.redding.com/news/2011/nov/30 ... t-of-view/

Read our HWF discussion forum thread for this nest here: 

http://www.hancockwildlife.org/forum/viewtopic.php?topic=286142#286142

 

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