Apologies – News from the nests – and a short hiatus

Hi all, first a quick apology.  I know that I have missed reporting some key events over the past couple of weeks.

Here are some of the highlights:

  • Injured eaglet E8 continues to improve, is off antibiotics and a full recovery is looking very possible
  • Decorah North’s DN1 successfully fledged
  • We learned through necropsy results that little DN2 succumbed to the effects of human introduced poisons
  • Decorah’s D25 successfully fledged and both D24 and D25 are on the move and being tracked with transmitters.

Unfortunately, it looks like I need to take a short break from reporting, and ask your indulgence while I tend to other things for a bit.  All is generally fine, but sometimes life just pops up and demands  attention elsewhere for a bit.   The good news is that this time of year is probably as close as we get, timing-wise, to a break in the eaglecam season.  We’ll see ramping up of nestorations starting at the Florida nests as soon as September, and I expect to be back at full reporting duties with bells on!  Thank you to all of you for being the best eagleholic friends on the planet!  I treasure you all and wish everyone a great rest of the summer!  See ya at the start of the 2016-2017 eaglecam season!!!



18 thoughts on “Apologies – News from the nests – and a short hiatus”

  1. Take a well deserved respite… We’ll look forward to your return in the fall… Have appreciated your up to date coverage of all these eagle nests especially your “caution” alerts..

  2. Thank you for always keeping us updated on eagles all over! Take care of yourself and whatever demands your attention, and we’ll look forward to hearing from you in the new season. Enjoy the rest of the summer! Linda

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