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By: Anonymous: CAL04 () on Tuesday, January 19 2010 @ 08:37 PM EST (Read 76659 times)  
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Hello, Smile

Not certain this one is new but the Carolina Raptor Center (CRC) has reporter 3 eggs!
Carolina Raptor Center

ETA: CRC Mission Statement Video

Charlotte, North Carolina, WCNC Eagle Cam

CRC Eagle Tracking Project

Carolina Raptor Center's Facebook page - they even answer questions there! Grin

Hacking Tower Cam

Watched a brooding adult on the nest just before dark today. Clapping

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2009-2010 Season:

  • eggs laid: seen January 5; maybe January 8; maybe January 11
  • egg lost: CRC reported February 11 that only two eggs remained in the nest
  • hatched: February 12, 7:45 am (38 days if 1st egg); February 13, seen 11:45 am (36 days)
  • sad news: the younger chick likely died early February 13; no significant movement was seen after hatching
  • named: Noah, in honor of Lance Corporal Noah Pier, a Marine from Charlotte who died last month while serving overseas
  • to hacking tower: March 27 (43 days old)
  • transmitter attached: April 17 (64 days old); gender determined to be female
  • tower doors opened: May 6
  • fledged: May 7, 1:47 pm (84 days)
  • last seen: Noah did not return to the tower, but was seen in the area by volunteers from the CRC 4-5 days after she fledged
  • tracking info: Noah headed North after about a week and was reported on May 20 to be in an area of Virginia with lots of eagles and poor cell phone reception (her transmitter uses cell towers); there have been no additional reports as of late August







       
   
By: MaryF (offline) on Wednesday, January 20 2010 @ 12:00 AM EST  
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Clapping WOW..I can't wait til tomorrow so that I can take a look at this nest!!


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By: Anonymous: CAL04 () on Wednesday, January 20 2010 @ 08:48 AM EST  
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Good morning, Smile

Hi Mary, Near as I can tell, the cam does not auto refresh (at least not for me) but I don't mind doing a manual refresh to see the eagles. Here's a s'cap from this morning a little after 8:00 a.m. EST. Mom is clearly brooding eggs. Hopefully we will find further history on Ma and Pa.

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Edited to add: 8:47 a.m.
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By: MaryF (offline) on Wednesday, January 20 2010 @ 05:17 PM EST  
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Cal...I tried that cam and it has a nice close-up pic but I couldn't even get it to refresh.Roll eyes I've written to the station to see if they can give me some info on the cam.


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By: Daybreak (offline) on Wednesday, January 20 2010 @ 05:46 PM EST  
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I couldn't get it to refresh manually either. Hope you hear back from them Mary.
Here's a pic from 2:30 Pacific time.
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By: Anonymous: CAL04 () on Wednesday, January 20 2010 @ 11:40 PM EST  
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wave Hi Mary and Daybreak,
Thanks for the s'caps and checking on this nest. Mary, sure hope you hear back from the station and that they have good news for you. Smile

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By: MaryF (offline) on Thursday, January 21 2010 @ 01:05 AM EST  
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Daybreak...That's exactly the same picture I was seeing for a couple of hours. Maybe the cam is offline for some reason...or STUCK!!:razz:

I do hope I hear back from them. Funny enough I may have looked at this cam years ago and forgot about it as I was registered at that particular TV station. Maybe in '05 or '06.Puzzled


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By: jkr (offline) on Thursday, January 21 2010 @ 09:06 AM EST  
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Quote by: CAL04

Hello, Smile

Not certain this one is new but the Carolina Raptor Center has reporter 3 eggs!
Carolina Raptor Center

ETA: CRC Mission Statement Video

Charlotte, North Carolina, WCNC Eagle Cam

Watched a brooding adult on the nest just before dark today. :clap2:



CAL04 and others, would you like a discussion thread set up for this eagle cam under the "Other North American Eagle Cams" part of our forum ?

This looks like a VERY interesting nest to watch.


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