Tag Archives: NestFlix

September 10, 2020: Eagles and more on the Mississippi Flyway!

September 10, 2020: A juvenile Bald Eagle preens by the Mississippi River

Missing the Decorah and Decorah North eagles? We hope to have them back in early October, but in the meantime, we invite you to hop over to the Mississippi Flyway! Migration has begun and we are seeing all sorts of interesting birds. You can perch – there are plenty of snags! – or join our Flyway chat from 11-2 CT on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday! Link here: https://www.raptorresource.org/birdcams/flyway-cam/. Mississippi Flyway Adult Bald Eagle Interactions – https://youtu.be/-_cY6h_2Gdw. The title did not

August 26, 2020: Decorah, Decorah North, and the Flyway

August 25, 2020: DM2 with a bulging crop!

We’re getting questions about the eagle maps. We tend to update them two to three times monthly unless something exciting happens. I’ll put up an update the next time we have data. But in the meantime, we have some videos of a very stuffed DM2, a tween-eagle party at Decorah North, hunting eagles on the Flyway, and a few odds and ends prompted by fan emails. We hope you enjoy these videos as much as we did! Decorah Eagles August

August 23, 2020: NestFlix from Decorah and the Flywa

August 23, 2020: D36 at N2B

Summer is coming to a close! D34 and D35 have left home – possibly for good! – but D36 returned to beg a few more meals from Mom and DM2. Meanwhile, things are getting busy on the Flyway as animals begin preparing for winter. Everyone is feeding up in preparation for migration or a long hibernation beneath ice and snow. It has been great fun to watch activities at Decorah and the Flyway. I hope you enjoy these videos as

August 10, 2020: NestFlix from Decorah and the Flyway

August 10, 2020: D35 right, D36 left

We have your NestFlix! While we are seeing less of D35 and D36 right now, the Flyway is getting busy. Fall migration is much more drawn out than spring migration and some birds are beginning to engage in pre-migration activities, including feeding and gathering in large flocks. At this latitude, bats won’t begin migration and hibernation until cold weather diminishes insect populations, which means the large and very cool cloud of bats in the first Flyway video is probably local

July 31, 2020: Nestflix from Decorah, Decorah North, and the Flyway

July 30: D36 at N2B

Grab the popcorn and sit back for some Nestflix (and a link to an article about our peregrine banding work)! We’re starting to see less of D34, D35, D36, and DN12 now that all four tween-eagles have discovered the wonder of flight, but the Flyway is busy – and getting busier – as birds and other animals begin preparing for fall. I liked all of these videos, but it was nice to see Mom and DM2 getting a little personal

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