Successful banding day at the MN DNR eaglecam nest

The three almost 6 week old eaglets were banded successfully today.  When I checked in this afternoon they were active on the nest and had a parent providing food, so all looks great after their big excursion and visit from humans!  Link to cam:

First Hatch in progress at the HWF Delta2 eaglecam nest!

Lots of excitement on the Hancock Wildlife nests today!  First a pip at White Rock and now also at the Delta nest!  Link to cam:

First Hatch for eagle parents Elli and Roo at Dollywood!

There are 3 different nests on camera (although one cam is currently broken) of non-releasable eagles who live at the Eagle Mountain Sanctuary in Dollywood.  New pair Eleanor and Mr. Roosevelt (Elli and Roo) have their first hatch!  It is always so wonderful to see the eagles and the work done by AEF to care for and allow for non-releasable eagles to pair and raise chicks.  Link to cams:

First Hatch at the Bald Canyon eaglecam nest!

We have a first hatch at the IWS Bald Canyon nest!  This cam is on a remote island off Southern California and so, while hatches are always very special, and putting up eaglecams is always a challenge,  this one at this location is a real feat to bring to us.  Kudos and congratulations to IWS and all the folks who love and follow this nest! Link to cam: or here

Second Hatch at the Standley Lake eaglecam nest!

I saw reports of a second hatch yesterday at Standley Lake and captured a screenshot this morning of the two little ones as they both popped up for a nice meal!  Yay!  Link to cam: