Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Wed. May 31



In DC all day and just had time now to check in. Big storms this early AM, and the weather is supposed to moderate.

Sorry for the continued issues with the live cam. I'll be at NCTC tomorrow, so I'll pursue a better fix. Next thursday night is an evening lecture series program at NCTC. If you come out for the show, this time on Green Infrastructure, featuring my colleague Mark Benedict at the Conservation Fund, you'll be able to get a great view of the nest. More info at training.fws.gov then click on events and Conservation and Community.

20 comments:

MEMA Jo said...

8:33pm Jo-MD I think all of are giving a sigh of relief knowing you're back! Copied the lecture info for all:
Mark Benedict
The Conservation Fund
Green Infrastructure: Linking Landscapes and Communities
Thursday, June 8, 2006 at 7:00 pm
I suppose the nest viewing would precede the lecture. You just may meet some of us.

eagle-eyed sharon said...

9:50 p.m. I am so glad you are back Steve. I wish I didn't live so far away. I would love to come see the nest and of course hear the lecture.

MEMA Jo said...

11:08pm Jo-MD Sharon-you have email

Suzanne said...

Rambunctious this morning, aren't we?

eagle-eyed sharon said...

They sure are rambunctious!! Love em, love em!!

Suzanne said...

Ok Sharon, tell me you see 2 Eaglets in the nest. One by the tree, and one on the other side of the nest.

So...where's the third???

Suzanne said...

The third is back now, and the one by the tree has not moved, nor has the on at the other end of the nest. Can't tell who is who. But I'm thinking I'm losing it, because there were only 2 there a minute ago.

eagle-eyed sharon said...

Suzanne, I had to run out for a little while so I didn't see just the two. Sorry. Sunny and Jo -- thanks so much for the pictures. I love it!!

eagle-eyed sharon said...

Sure would love to have the live feed working this morning!

Suzanne said...

Did anybody see any breakfast delivered this morning? I haven't, but I haven't been watching so closely today.

eagle-eyed sharon said...

I haven't seen any breakfast as of yet. I have been watching pretty close but could have missed it.

Suzanne said...

Ok, thanks Sharon. I thought I just missed breakfast. If you didn't see it, it may not have come. Hum, wonder if today is a good fly day?

Have you checked the Falcons yet? You can almost watch them grow. They've changed the camera angles, and you can see the kids up close and personal by the pole. Cute little brown and white fluffs. Just don't look too close to the ledge and you'll be alright.

MEMA Jo said...

9:43am Jo-MD I did see an adult at the nest earlier-but didn't see any food brought in to the eaglets.

I checked out the fluff-balls in Harrisburg- The views are great- They like the shadow of the pole- It's great they change the views to meet the needs- it's a shame that our main interests are 'up a tree'!

paula www.eagletmomsters.com said...

Those falcons really have changed...their ledge makes our eagles look like neat freaks!

eagle-eyed sharon said...

It does look like Ms. InBetween has been working on something though.

eagle-eyed sharon said...

I bet if we dug in our eagle's nest, we would find lots of skeletons of breakfast, lunch and supper.

MEMA Jo said...

9:43am Jo-MD I agree that MsInbetween has been busy. It is so hard to tell when the adult flys in if something has been dropped in the nest. So I agree that there was some food, but only enough for one so far.

Just Vicky said...

WOW the live cam is up!

eagle-eyed sharon said...

Thanks Vicky!! I have been checking every couple of minutes. Thanks Steve!!

eagle-eyed sharon said...

It looks like Ms. InBetween was doing a little nest work, straightening up a twig or two. LOL.

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