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9-5-20 ~ Day Trip to Decorah

September 5, 2020: Who is this? We need to get the talon-painting crew deployed!

Story and photos by Robin Brumm I got up at Dark O’clock to head to Decorah. It had been a week since the camera went down and I wanted to see if D36 was still around, and I was going to meet a friend there. When I got to the hatchery, Mom was on the new maple tree. My friend said she had heard squeeing and saw a juvie fly to the southwest before I got there, but she wasn’t

Day Trips — Favorite Summer Memories

7/27/20. Mom IS Authorized Personnel!!

Photos and story by Robin Brumm I have been to Decorah a few times since I last wrote a day trip, so today you get an assortment of my favorite memories from my recent visits. One memory that stands out was from an early July visit to Decorah. The Juvies were on the ground at the hatchery and flying back and forth all over the place. All of a sudden, I noticed D35 flying low across the hatchery grounds. She

July 1, 2020: Day Trip to Decorah

July 1, 2020: D35 on top of Command Central

Photos and story by Robin Brumm Decorah was calling … or would that be squeeeing? No matter, the pull was felt, and I decided I needed to go to Decorah again to see the Juvies, and headed out Wednesday morning at dark O’clock. When I got to Decorah, D35 was on the mulch pile at the hatchery. She flew off and landed on the roof of the hatchery kiosk and then flew to a shed roof and a garage roof

Day Trips to Decorah

September 14, 2019: Mom and unknown male eagle on the maple

Photos & story by Robin Brumm I have been to Decorah two times in the last few weeks, but life got busy and I didn’t have time to post, so today I have a 2-for-1 Coupon for you … 2 Day Trips in one post. 8-30-19 Day Trip Shortly after I got to Decorah, Mom flew onto the maple tree. She only stayed about 15-20 minutes and then flew off. She didn’t even tell me she was leaving! At least

8-22-19 ~ Day Trip to Decorah

August 22, 2019: Sub-adult eagle in Decorah

Story and photos by Robin Brumm Thursday was supposed to be mostly sunny and high temps in the mid 70’s … What to do, what to do? Go to Decorah of course! So I got up at dark o’clock and off I went. When I got to Decorah I didn’t see anybirdie in the usual perch places. I parked the car and looked up at maple, and there was the sub-adult (SA)! How do they do that … Just appear

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