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We have a short blog on it here: With your support, and help from our volunteers and partners, here's the 2016 Raptor Resource Project Annual Banding Report that summarizes the work of the past season: https:// if you haven't done so already, please register with us to help us serve you and your students! About the Raptor Resource Project The Decorah Eagle cam is brought to you by the Raptor Resource Project, which specializes in the preservation of falcons, eagles, ospreys, hawks, and owls.To register, follow this link: https://goo.gl/Ecp7k7 The Weather Forecast 2016 Nesting Record Egg #1: 2/18/16 @ PM Egg #2: 2/21/16 @ PM Egg #3: 2/25/16 @ PM D24 Hatch: 03/29/16. We create, improve, and directly maintain over 50 nests and nest sites, provide training in nest site creation and management, and develop innovations in nest site management and viewing that bring people closer to the natural world. D25's death: D25 was found dead alongside a road on September 26th.
Our new nest is located north of Decorah and will be referred to as Decorah North. While Decorah North nest is lovely, this chat channel is for discussing the Decorah Eagles, not the Decorah North Eagles.
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As of 12/12 this eaglet is now an educational eagle (in training) by Kay Neumann and will be called "DECORAH". Fledge dates: D15: 6/23/14, D16 6/17/13, D17 6/26/13 2012 Egg/Hatch/Fledge Dates D12: Egg 2/17/12 PM – Hatch3/27/12 PM (39 days) – Fledge 6/13/12 (78 days) – Electrocuted 7/1/12 Male D13: Egg 2/20/12 PM – Hatch 3/28/12 AM (37 days) -Fledge 6/14/12 (78 days) D14: Egg 2/24/12 PM – Hatch 3/30/12 AM (35 days) – Fledge 6/18/12 (80 days) – Found electrocuted 11/26/12 Male fitted with transmitter 2011 Egg/Hatch/Fledge Dates E1: Egg 2/23/11 PM - Hatch 4/2/11 AM (38 days)– Fledge 6/18/11 (77 days) E2 (D1): Egg 2/26/11 PM – Hatch 4/3/11 AM (36 days) – Fledge 6/23/11 (81 days) Female fitted with transmitter E3: Egg 3/2/11 PM – Hatch 4/6/11 AM (35 days) – Fledge 6/20/11 (75 days) BALD EAGLE NEST ETIQUETTE This is not intended to be an absolutely complete list, please remember to use common sense—these are wild raptors with a natural fear of humans, let’s keep them that way!! Wildlife face a lot of dangers we can't do anything about, but this one we can!
Bald eagles can be very sensitive to human behavior, and what may seem innocuous to a human may disturb an eagle; humans are still the biggest threat to eagles. For information about lead-free hunting and fishing, check out: The Decorah eagle nest was featured in a PBS Nature series program, “American Eagle,” that premiered in November 2008.
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