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Windows 7: Live Bald Eagle Nest Cam

18 Jun 2015   #151

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Win 7 Home Premium 64bit Ver 6.1.7600 Build 7601 - SP1
The End of the 2015 Hanover Eagles Cam.

Eagle watching at this location is over for this year. The PA Game Com (PGC) has reports from local watchers that both eaglets have fledged and are out and about learning to fly and hunt. They may return to this nest but only for a brief haven. The new mating season won't start until mid to late Fall.

The reports can be found here: Do you want to know what happened to the ‪#‎HanoverEagletNews‬ cam angle? along with video captured during the "assault" on the cam.

For a better look you can watch here: Hanover Eagle Cam going "down"

Near the beginning you'll see one eaglet land in the nest and jump up to the cam, about a minute in you'll see some of the eagle to the left of the screen, Half way to the end of the video you'll see a larger portion of the Eaglet.

Marking the thread solved.
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25 Dec 2015   #152

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Win 7 Home Premium 64bit Ver 6.1.7600 Build 7601 - SP1
The Cam is Back for the 2015-16 Season; With Improvements!

I just started watching after hearing a news story about the new cameras. They both have sound and one is infrared (IR) so you can watch nightly activity, the IR also works during daylight hours.

As I'm posting this, I'm wondering where are those crow and blujay calls coming from? Duh, I had the HDonTap link playing.

Daylight Cam: http://Hanover, PA | Bald Eagle Live Cam |

Night Cam (IR): http://Hanover, PA | Bald Eagle Nest Live IR Cam |

I haven't seen the adult eagles yet, but there have been signs; A couple or three turtles, and signs of nest rebuilding\housekeeping. I started this thread the first week of March but the female already had the two eggs, I'm thinking that late next month we'll start to see more regular activity.

Q: When do Eagles Mate/lay their eggs?

A: Breeding season changes with latitude such that northern pairs breed considerably later than southern pairs. Just within the Chesapeake Bay there is a 5 day difference in laying date between the James and Potomac rivers (a distance of about 100 miles). Along the James, nest building begins to intensify in October, we see courtship from late December through mid-January, and most pairs have laid eggs by mid-February. Virtually all pairs have laid by the end of February. The earliest pairs here on the James are on eggs by mid-December.

Source, 15th down: http://The Center for Conservation Biology/Facts About Bald Eagles |
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26 Dec 2015   #153
Layback Bear

Windows 10 Pro. 64/ version 1709 Windows 7 Pro/64

Using the IR it seem to me mom and dad have been doing some serious housekeeping.
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