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By: gemini (offline) on Monday, January 24 2011 @ 02:24 PM EST  
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Looks like the snow has disappeared for the time being! Maybe Ma and Pa will visit soon!

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By: Anonymous: CAL04 () on Monday, January 24 2011 @ 03:39 PM EST  
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:hello: Hi gemini,
It's nice to know you are checking in on Cascade and Lady Odell. Thanks much for the lovely nest picture. It's a bit windy up that way, huh?





       
   
By: Anonymous: MystCat () on Thursday, February 03 2011 @ 12:25 PM EST  
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When do the eagles usually start to work on the nest?
I checked in to view the cam this a.m. and the nest looks unchanged (ie: no work being done on it).

Is their absence this time of year unusual?





       
   
By: Anonymous: CAL04 () on Thursday, February 03 2011 @ 07:56 PM EST  
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Quote by: MystCat

When do the eagles usually start to work on the nest?
I checked in to view the cam this a.m. and the nest looks unchanged (ie: no work being done on it).

Is their absence this time of year unusual?



Hello MystCat, Nice to see you here!

Am sorry it took me so long to get back to you. Will try to answer your questions:
- Would say that hopefully we should see the eagles nestbuilding very soon. However; it has been reported that the eagles may have an alternate nest. We will keep our fingers crossed that they use the camera nest for the 2011 season.
- Would say, no; it is not unusual for them to be absent this time of year.

This from our archive:
"2009-2010 Season:
•adults return: one seen in the nest November 21st
•eggs laid: seen March 24, 8:10 pm; March 27, 9:31 pm
•sad news: the eggs did not hatch; there was a lot of cold, snowy weather, and that may have been a factor in the nest failure"

If you are interested, this is where we keep our "Archive - Other North American Eagle Cams":
forum/index.php?forum=69

Thank you, MystCAt, for checking our lovely Deschutes nest. Hope we see both you and the eagles back real soon. Grin





       
   
By: Anonymous: MystCat () on Friday, February 04 2011 @ 03:00 PM EST  
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Quote by: CAL04



Hello MystCat, Nice to see you here!

Am sorry it took me so long to get back to you. Will try to answer your questions:
- Would say that hopefully we should see the eagles nestbuilding very soon. However; it has been reported that the eagles may have an alternate nest. We will keep our fingers crossed that they use the camera nest for the 2011 season.
- Would say, no; it is not unusual for them to be absent this time of year.

This from our archive:
"2009-2010 Season:
•adults return: one seen in the nest November 21st
•eggs laid: seen March 24, 8:10 pm; March 27, 9:31 pm
•sad news: the eggs did not hatch; there was a lot of cold, snowy weather, and that may have been a factor in the nest failure"

If you are interested, this is where we keep our "Archive - Other North American Eagle Cams":
forum/index.php?forum=69

Thank you, MystCAt, for checking our lovely Deschutes nest. Hope we see both you and the eagles back real soon. Grin





Thanks so much for the answer!

I started watching this nest last year and marveled at the dedication of the parents in incubating the eggs through all the snowy weather.
I wondered if maybe, with the nest failure, they might abandon this nest and build another nest elsewhere.

I'd heard that in some cases of nest failure, eagles would build a new nest--but I'd also heard that it usually took a couple seasons of nest failure to have that happen.

I'll keep checking in and will keep my fingers crossed!

Thanks again! Smile





       
   
By: Anonymous: CAL04 () on Friday, February 04 2011 @ 06:47 PM EST  
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You're welcome, MystCat. Grin

I'll be watching with you. These two, Cascade and Lady Odell, are notorious for keeping us guessing.

We can also check their facebook page for new information, photos, and some very nice video links of them. Of course, there is nothing to compare with watching them on the live cam. Smile

Cascade & Lady Odell: http://www.facebook.com/EagleCam





       
   
By: Anonymous: CAL04 () on Thursday, February 17 2011 @ 06:40 PM EST  
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Igloo.
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By: MaryF (offline) on Tuesday, March 01 2011 @ 03:13 PM EST  
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The nest here looks about the same as the previous post. I don't think we will be seeing eaglets here anytime soon!! Wooh


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