Mississippi Flyway Cam and Blogs

July 18: Nestflix roundup!

July 16, 2019: Mom hanging our in Decorah

We’re scrambling to get ready for ATF, but we wanted to share some extremely cool videos of a bald eagle/sandhill crane interaction on the Flyway, another look at Mom and the sub-adult, some great footage of both North eagles, and a nice look at Carson. We hope you enjoy these videos as much as we did! Thanks to our camera operators and videomakers for their hard work capturing and sharing the natural world with all of us, and to you

Friday Night Flicks!

July 12, 2019: Carson at Great Spirit Bluff

Decorah and Decorah North Eagles We got a nice long look at Mom on the ninth, which led to a lot of concerned questions about her appearance. Read this blog for more information: https://www.raptorresource.org/2019/07/12/is-mom-decorah-okay/ 07/09/2019: Mom’s feature film – https://youtu.be/uCpI4X-cW5s. Our first good look at Mom for weeks; still lots of flies bothering her, but she stays on camera for over an hour. This is a long video, but we’ve been waiting a long time to see her. 07/09/2019: Flyby

July 8: Videos from Decorah, Decorah North, GSB, and the Flyway!

We’re not seeing much of our eagles right now, but I’ve posted the few videos we could get. Looking for something to watch? The GSB and Flyway cams are both very active right now as Carson hones his hunting and flying skills, and birds take advantage of the sandbar and dropping water levels to rest and feed. It’s a great place to see sandhill cranes, great blue herons, ducks, eagles, and wading birds of all kinds! Don’t miss the lovely

May 4, 2019: Nestflix!

May 4, 2019: D33

Before we get into tonight’s Nestflix, I wanted to let everyone know that we’re waiting for our first falcons to hatch at Dairyland Power Genoa! We thought today might be the day, but we haven’t seen hatch yet. You can watch here: https://www.raptorresource.org/birdcams/dairyland-power-falcon-cams/ and here: http://www.dairylandpower.com/content/bird-cam. We also fixed the Flyway cam yesterday, so feel welcome to stop by for sunsets, sunrises, and migrating waterfowl! The river is still pretty high, so we aren’t seeing some of the regulars we’re

March 28, 2019: News and Nestflix from the nests!

March 27, 2019: An unexpected gust of wind at N2B

We are moving closer to a third eaglet at Xcel Fort St. Vrain, hatch at the Decorah and Decorah North nests, and peregrine falcon eggs at all of our falcon nests! At last report, we had a first peregrine egg at Genoa (which has a cam), although we are still waiting for eggs everywhere else. Given all of the courtship, pair bonding, and what Bob used to call ‘eggy’ females, it won’t be long! Tonight we have videos from Decorah

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