2015 Ustream and Facebook Mod Favorites We decided to turn on the time machine this morning for a trip down memory lane! I asked our moderators to share some of their favorite moments on the nest from 2015, and here are a few of their selections. Enjoy and have a very happy new year! I did leave out one favorite of Bob’s, so I will lead off with that. He was absolutely thrilled by the Decorah Bald Eagle Violin Concerto,
As the year comes to a close, we are going to take a look back at some special moments from 2015 and earlier. We are starting with a dedication to Bob, including some of his favorite footage, a blog he inspired, and a few videos celebrating his accomplishments. We hope you enjoy remembering some of these special moments! D23 Hatches I don’t remember where I was when Bob called to make sure I was watching D23 hatch. He was so
Amy’s note: We normally do these over on Facebook, but a decision by Facebook to spam visitors with a login/register page means more round-ups will be appearing here as well. Decorah Eagles 12/25/15: 70chico1 – Am Clips with Dad after squirrel, 1:33. The scene opens with an eagle in a favorite perch near the hatchery. We get a fly-out, fly-in, and fly-out before the scene changes to N2B at :50. Look below the nest at right to see a squirrel
Our 2015 Banding and Annual Report is now available. The report provides details on our banding work, as well as a tribute to Bob, a discussion of our other efforts, and information about nests we monitor but do not band at. Follow this link to take a look! We hope you enjoy learning more about Bob’s life and legacy and the work we did this year.
We thank everyone for being with us for the special presentations offered for “Giving Tuesday” during the all-day chat session. Your generous contributions – so far, we raised $9300 – will help to continue the mission and educational programs of the Raptor Resource Project. You more than met a generous match of $2500 for the Philippine Eagle cam by an anonymous donor from Texas who is truly concerned with saving the Philippine Eagle. Your support will help send Neil and