NEWS OF: 5/19/2006

Ruffled Feathers

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Not just a drippy day in Maine for us, the Eagle family was toughing out heavy precipitation as well:
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NEWS OF: 5/9/2006

Eaglet Pops Up

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Captured one youngster via the Eagle Web cam from the BioDiversity Research Institute.

NEWS OF: 4/6/2006

Weekly Eagle

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ee1.pngSmiling shot of the nesting eagle for the week.

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NEWS OF: 3/31/2006

Eagle Cam Friday

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eaglecamfriday.png1. The bald eagle’s scientific name, Haliaeetus leucocephalus, means “white-headed sea eagle.”
2. The bald eagle is the only sea eagle - there are eight different species - that inhabits North America.
3. As with all sea eagles, the primary food source for bald eagles is fish. They also feed on carrion, birds, small mammals, reptiles and an occasional webcam. More fun eagle facts

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NEWS OF: 3/29/2006

Smile and Say, “Roadkill”

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eaglecam2.png The Eagle Cam as of around 3 p.m. this afternoon. Our fierce friend seemed to be smiling at the camera.

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NEWS OF: 3/20/2006

He’s Nestin…

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The Eagle Web cam comes to us from the BioDiversity Research Institute. On the evening of March 6th the eagles laid their first egg. In 35 days we expect to see the first eaglet. To follow their progress try the Bald Eagle Cam weblog, or the link to EAGLECAM in the right hand column under Maine Must Knows. We captured this nesting shot this afternoon.

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NEWS OF: 3/18/2006

Bald (Eagles) is Beautiful

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For the next few months, a pair of nesting eagles, raising their young in coastal Hancock County will be available online thanks to the BioDiversity Research Institute of Gorham. See EagleCam and an ongoing link under “Maine Must Knows” in the right hand column.

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