Friday, May 05, 2006

Bald Eagle Webcam

High in a tree on his land in Hornby Island, British Columbia, Canada. Doug Carrick, a 73-year-old retired accountant, set up a webcam up after noticing that a pair of eagles had nested there.

The happy feathered couple have been carefully incubating two eggs, with one now hatched, and the other due any time.

Best webcam is here – give it time for the picture to appear, be patient.

More information and video streaming here.

Update: please refer to comments; apparently none of the babies have survived.

The first link, above, suggests that a new nest webcam will be starting up “today”.

The second link, above, provides more information about the webcam exercise and about the bald eagle, as well as cam links.

There’s also a good blog about the whole thing, but it hasn’t been updated for a few days, so no details yet about what happened to the remaining babies.

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