Monthly Archives: September 2018

Starter Nest For The North Eagles

Kike Arnal at the North Nest

We are working on a starter nest for the North Eagles this week! Here is a link to the story: http://www.kwwl.com/story/39133159/2018/09/20/north-nest-coming-back-after-a-tragic-end. Mrs. North has given us a look-see, followed the river, perched in favorite trees, and caught a few fish. We’ve also seen Sandhill Cranes, Red-Headed Woodpeckers, Yellow-shafted Flickers, deer, and cattle, just to name a few. The valley of the Norths is a busy place! Pictured is photographer, researcher, and eagle-nest whisperer Kike Arnal. Kike is building the platform

Decorah: Mom, DM, Sightings

Can you find the eagle in this picture?

What’s going on in Decorah? Watchers know that eagle sightings are few and far between this time of the year. This is pretty normal – eagles in the Midwest are often more loosely bound to their nests and territories in late summer and early fall, which is one of the reasons we chose it for camera work. DM is still in the area. While he hasn’t been seen near N2B, he has been seen perched near and flying by N1