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Comments:

Name: Twizzkid
Date: 02/27/2015 4:28 pm CDT
Comment: Tracie, Berry college also has two little ones - list of all cams baldeaglecams.info


Name: LKK
Date: 02/27/2015 4:28 pm CDT
Comment: Information to the left about GMSARC. Another good sight to get information from, Tracie. Hope you and the boys learn and enjoy the eagles....https://eagleholic.wordpress.com/


Name: Tracie
Date: 02/27/2015 4:20 pm CDT
Comment: love watching this brave little mom sticking this out sure hope she is eating enough, and thank you to other commenters myself and my two boys now have several other nest to watch we learned about from you guys, and just got to see DNR, MN eagle feed baby


Name: LKK
Date: 02/27/2015 4:18 pm CDT
Comment: Seq M calling , to a deaf male eagle ear no doubt.


Name: GwenM
Date: 02/27/2015 4:17 pm CDT
Comment: Mom on SEQ nest, at 4:15 pm egg roll and nest adjustments.


Name: BarbT
Date: 02/27/2015 4:15 pm CDT
Comment: (Seq) Eagle just did an egg roll, then settled back down on the eggs. (SL) No birds in sight. Snow on both nests.


Name: LKK
Date: 02/27/2015 4:14 pm CDT
Comment: A different snowy scene at SL , would be a nice place to dine .Hint ,Hint SL eagles.LOL I'm sure doing all they can to keep their nest safe.... Seq M up for a roll, now back down .


Name: lrg2192
Date: 02/27/2015 4:11 pm CDT
Comment: @Fay, saw part of the DNR feeding, looked like a hole in one egg, hope so.


Name: lrg2192
Date: 02/27/2015 4:09 pm CDT
Comment: @LKK/Fay, thanks, I couldn't find anything about it either, have been watching Fox most of the day and didn't see anything, so guess there wasn't anything to what we read on E4kids.


Name: Fay
Date: 02/27/2015 4:06 pm CDT
Comment: If someone else thinks they saw a pip, (besides me!) let me know, LOL! Don't want the oldest to get too much of a headstart. All 3 did so well last year - well, til....


Name: LKK
Date: 02/27/2015 4:04 pm CDT
Comment: I looked at their FB page ,no news there about such an event,Irg2192.


Name: Fay
Date: 02/27/2015 4:03 pm CDT
Comment: Hurry-feeding @ DNR !


Name: Fay
Date: 02/27/2015 4:01 pm CDT
Comment: @lrg..What 4 eagles would they have to release? They don't have a rehab facility do they?


Name: lrg2192
Date: 02/27/2015 3:46 pm CDT
Comment: Has anyone heard anything about Sutton Center releasing 4 eagles? Somebody on Eagles 4 kids said they heard on Fox that this was happening.


Name: okmeme
Date: 02/27/2015 3:19 pm CDT
Comment: *knows what might be going on with the male?


Name: okmeme
Date: 02/27/2015 3:18 pm CDT
Comment: I see Suttons comment below. Thank You. We knew one adult was incubating, I was wondering if Sutton what might be going on with the male?


Name: okmeme
Date: 02/27/2015 3:16 pm CDT
Comment: Had to leave for a few minutes. I see mom is untucked and turned around. Hope she didn't leave the nest. Anyone know?


Name: lrg2192
Date: 02/27/2015 3:05 pm CDT
Comment: Nevermind Okmeme, DNR is back.


Name: lrg2192
Date: 02/27/2015 2:52 pm CDT
Comment: Okmeme can you check your DNR and see if you can see anything, closed mine out, started a new one and it was same.


Name: okmeme
Date: 02/27/2015 2:49 pm CDT
Comment: Blowing snow here and already getting slick. Mom Seq. is all tucked in and I hope she can stay that way.


Name: lrg2192
Date: 02/27/2015 2:49 pm CDT
Comment: Mom DNR was feeding again, they zoomed in, didn't see any pips, then something happened to cams, they locked down here on DNR.


Name: Fay
Date: 02/27/2015 2:47 pm CDT
Comment: Sorry... Can't watch this Seq nest any longer. Too sad for me. Gonna go out and do some errands, and hope it stops by the time I get back...


Name: Fay
Date: 02/27/2015 2:37 pm CDT
Comment: @lrg-okay, wrong description.. It looked like a "soft spot" on a newborn's head.... Just looked ready to go to me, or was just hoping!


Name: Fay
Date: 02/27/2015 2:36 pm CDT
Comment: Oh man.... Snow.... Poor mom with head tucked....


Name: deaunna
Date: 02/27/2015 2:18 pm CDT
Comment: this cool


Name: ben
Date: 02/27/2015 2:17 pm CDT
Comment: hey


Name: mlg no scope
Date: 02/27/2015 2:09 pm CDT
Comment: birds birds HEADSHOT


Name: winter
Date: 02/27/2015 2:09 pm CDT
Comment: cool


Name: June
Date: 02/27/2015 2:03 pm CDT
Comment: Yes, snow today tomorrow and on and off all next week, An't Oklahoma weather fun. LOL


Name: lrg2192
Date: 02/27/2015 1:57 pm CDT
Comment: @ Fay, Missed that wet look on the egg, don't know what that could have been on the DNR nest.


Name: billybagpants
Date: 02/27/2015 1:57 pm CDT
Comment: a liitle snow at both sites


Name: Fay
Date: 02/27/2015 1:50 pm CDT
Comment: Okay, it looks like snow and wind on Seq WC, but not so much on the CU nest. Is it fog maybe?


Name: Fay
Date: 02/27/2015 1:47 pm CDT
Comment: LOL lrg.. Just making a statement dontcha know.... Hey for one time, we have NO snow coming - well, til Sunday night.... Ugh!


Name: LKK
Date: 02/27/2015 1:44 pm CDT
Comment: Snow starting at Seq, hang in there Mom... Update and scap from GMSARC below.


Name: lrg2192
Date: 02/27/2015 1:41 pm CDT
Comment: @Fay, had to step out for a min, in the mean while, a snow storm hit SL CU nest, WOW.


Name: Fay
Date: 02/27/2015 1:12 pm CDT
Comment: Where IS everyone ???? Okay patr, NOW I see the snow @ SL! Seq mom still in nest...


Name: Fay
Date: 02/27/2015 12:42 pm CDT
Comment: Oh she looked to be tucking in for a moment there...Not so much now....


Name: Fay
Date: 02/27/2015 12:40 pm CDT
Comment: Where do you see snow, patr? I don't.. Guess I need those glasses quicker than I thought! Did anyone see the "wet looking" top of the egg closest to the chick?


Name: lrg2192
Date: 02/27/2015 12:39 pm CDT
Comment: I think you are right on the band, seems like I remember that now, too many nests and too much to keep up with, LOL.


Name: patr
Date: 02/27/2015 12:38 pm CDT
Comment: I'll be dipped.I think it is snowing at SL..not that we have any eggs or sitters there.I think it may be here also.. drat!!.


Name: lrg2192
Date: 02/27/2015 12:36 pm CDT
Comment: I didn't see any pips either @ patr on the DNR eggs.


Name: Fay
Date: 02/27/2015 12:36 pm CDT
Comment: @lrg-I believe DNR said a year or so ago that the mom was banded. Who banded her they had no idea. Still, for this nest, it's a good ID! Deadbeat still among the missing !!!!


Name: lrg2192
Date: 02/27/2015 12:34 pm CDT
Comment: @Fay, she is back down on DNR, just noticed that she had a band on er left leg, hadn't seen that before. Yes, mom is on the Seq. eggs right now.


Name: Fay
Date: 02/27/2015 12:33 pm CDT
Comment: LOL @ LKK ! Sweet ! An "early bird" in the tax world! Psst ! Mine are not done yet! Say what ???


Name: paatr
Date: 02/27/2015 12:32 pm CDT
Comment: what a great view o DNR mom feeding little one.. and I did't see a pip at all on other 2 eggs..


Name: paatr
Date: 02/27/2015 12:32 pm CDT
Comment: what a great view o DNR mom feeding little one.. and I did't see a pip at all on other 2 eggs..


Name: Fay
Date: 02/27/2015 12:32 pm CDT
Comment: OMG !!!!!!!!!!!!! How sweet and adorable, LOL! Too "stinkin cute" as per MaryVA !!!!!!!


Name: LKK
Date: 02/27/2015 12:32 pm CDT
Comment: Snowing here and at SL soon will move into Seq. ...Fay I got my tax stuff to the accountant.


Name: Me
Date: 02/27/2015 12:31 pm CDT
Comment: Hey trolls talk about eaghler or just plain shut up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! See Mom still sitting.


Name: lrg2192
Date: 02/27/2015 12:31 pm CDT
Comment: Mom is feeding right not, real good view on DNR.



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27 February 2015: Incubation continues, with a weekend of snow, sleet and freezing rain coming up. In the photo below, the eggs are being turned by the incubating adult.

With head tucked beneath a wing, the incubating adult begins waiting out the winter storm.

20 February 2015: Both adults were photographed at the nest for a brief period this morning, and incubation of the two eggs continues.

19 February 2015: The weather is cold but clear at Sequoyah NWR, and the snow is mostly gone. It does look like it could be a rainy weekend coming up.

17 February 2015: The snow is melting slowly at this point.

16 February 2015: The very early nesting season of eagles in Oklahoma often leads to challeging weather episodes during incubation and even brood rearing stages. A combination of rain, sleet and snow has recently been impacting the Sequoyah nest. The eggs can withstand brief exposure while the adults exchange incubation duties as pictured below.

12 February 2015: Here the incubating adult makes an adjustment to the position of a large stick in the nest. Eagle nests are regularly repaired and added to, mostly in the late fall and early winter prior to nesting.

11 February 2015: The nest at Sequoyah NWR now has 2 eggs! Two eggs is a common clutch size for Bald Eagles, although some of the previous nests on our cameras have had three or even four eggs. We should all know by this weekend if any more eggs are on the way.

9 February 2015: After seeing frequent eagle visits and nest remodeling for some time recently, an egg was laid in the Sequoyah nest on Saturday, February 7! The "action points" in the video below occur at about 6:40 and 10:40, with a glimpse of the egg visible at about 13:55.

8 October 2014: We are waiting for an indication regarding where the eagles will nest later this year to determine if the existing camera equipment should be replaced. It is both time consuming and expensive to replace the equipment, so we don't want to do so if a nest site is not used. Here's hoping for cooperative eagles!

18 August 2014: Depending on where the eagles choose to nest later this fall, we hope to get the cameras working again.

5 March 2014: While the eagle pair at Sequoyah is nesting at an alternate nest this year, the camera nest is visited occasionally as seen in the photo below. An immature eagle visited the nest today and spent a few minutes moving sticks and nest lining around (second photo below).

26 February 2014: We visited the Sooner Lake site to determine what is wrong with the cameras, and it appears to be a faulty radio on the nest tower. This is difficult to replace because of its location, and won't be immediately repairable. We will make plans to try to replace the radio, and/or relocate a camera to an active nest site, although we do not yet know how quickly this can be done, or even if it can be accomplished this season. We hope you will check this page every week or two for developments.

17 February 2014: The eagle pair at Sooner Lake is nesting at an alternate nest rather than on the tower where the cameras are located. This is not unusual, as the pair here has initiated nests at several additional nearby locations in recent years. We do expect that they may continue to visit the camera nest for feeding and loafing, but will probably not be on camera a great deal this season. It does not look promising that the Sequoyah nest will be used by eagles this year either, but perhaps we will be treated to visits or nest attempts by other species as we were last year.

13 January 2014: Activity at both the Sooner Lake and Sequoyah nest sites has been sporadic. There are encouraging signs, but we will need to wait and see what develops at each site this season.

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