Monthly Archives: July 2018

Change to tonight’s Meet and Greet!

IMPORTANT! TONIGHT’S MEET AND GREET HAS BEEN MOVED! Given the weather forecast, this evening’s After the Fledge Meet and Greet has been moved to the Opera House at the Hotel Winneshiek in downtown Decorah. The address is 104 E Water St. Decorah, IA 52101, and parking is available behind the building. The Opera House is accessible via stairs or elevator. Our event will kick off at 5pm!

Celebrating Dad Decorah

Dad Decorah Shirt Image

Written by John Howe First – I’d like to announce that we have designed a commemorative shirt in honor of Dad Decorah. You can take a look at this link:https://www.bonfire.com/decorah-dad/ We hope you like it as much as we do and wear it with pride and in honor of a bald eagle that has touched the hearts and minds of so many. Dad Decorah is pictured on the shirt with D29, D30, and D31 – his last offspring in the

Another thank you!

Dad at N2B

Our second thanks. You might have started watching with us in 1997, when Bob and Mike Miser (then the manager at Xcel Energy’s Allen S. King plant) brought Mae’s Internest to the world. You might have joined us in 2003, when Bob and Rob MacIntyre put the Xcel Fort St. Vrain eagle cam online. You could have thrilled to the Decorah Eagle cam in 2009 (a capture every two minutes), in 2010 (a livestream from Luther College), in 2011 (when

Thank you so much!

Thank you for all you've done: Mom and Dad Decorah

What can we say about 2018, a year of triumph and tears? We were excited for eaglets and amazed by Mom and Dad’s commitment to protecting them through the April snow. I remember getting a phone call about Dad on April 19th. While I was initially unworried, my sense of dread increased as Mom peal-called with no response. Where was Dad? Why didn’t he respond? As hours turned to days and search parties failed to turn up anything, we were

A postcard from D27!

June 28, 2018: D27's latest map

Thanks for the postcard, D27! While many of D27’s followers are seeking AC, lemonade, and beaches for relief from the heat, D27 is staying cool as a cucumber in west central Ontario. The nearest weather station I could find is about 25 miles away and shows temperatures ranging from lows in the 50’s to highs in the mid-80’s, with a whole lot of pleasant, sunny weather and just a little bit of rain! It sounds like the perfect place to