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By eriknben10
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Sorry to be the bearer of bad news for those following the growth of the Bald Eagles. There was a direct hit 5:40 am this morning by one of the chicks and the lens was plastered. For those of you that want to follow along there are folks on the ground like Janet thta live under the nest, she takes great photos and shares them on FB. Here is a pic of the cam itself. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid ... =1&theater
You can also check this FB page for daily updates from the crew across the lake. https://www.facebook.com/groups/414921745343756/
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By Flavor
#459209
One still can see the view of the neophytes. However, it is a chity view.

EB, thanks for the links. 8)
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By Flavor
#460209
I happen to be watching the NBC10 evening news tonight. One of the newscasters had mentioned our feather friends and why the view was so murky. In summary, he said, it was because of “eagle waste.”

The hope was that the rain would clear up the lens. It was also mentioned, that, over a million viewers are observing the nest.
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By eriknben10
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Over time the lens has cleared quite a bit. It was great to get a glimpse of one of the adults while I was in the area last week. I suppose since the branching has begun they should be fully fledged by months end. Quite a transformation in 9 short weeks.
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By eriknben10
#472795
A new year for the eagle cam has arrived, with sound.

http://www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/se ... 549&mode=2
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By eriknben10
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In my haste to post I forgot to add they now have a night vision cam as well.

http://www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/se ... 314&mode=2
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By eriknben10
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They have been working on it daily. I haven't been checking in much but I did catch them around 12:30 today and watched a short video that was posted on the FB group page. Looks like they are going to give it another try this year.


https://www.facebook.com/groups/414921745343756/
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