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 Red-Tailed Hawk - Franklin Institute, PA
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By: Iona (offline) on Sunday, March 25 2012 @ 09:34 PM EDT  
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By: Iona (offline) on Thursday, May 03 2012 @ 11:24 PM EDT  
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Male rt hawk was hit by car. Food drops being made to help feed little ones. It seems to be working. Eyases doing well so far.


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By: Iona (offline) on Sunday, May 06 2012 @ 03:29 PM EDT  
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Eyases are growing & doing well after losing their dad

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By: gemini (offline) on Friday, March 15 2013 @ 01:15 PM EDT  
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2013 season Franklin Institute, PA - Cam is now live!

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March 15 Nest is slowly growing bigger!
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By: gemini (offline) on Friday, April 18 2014 @ 03:24 AM EDT  
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2014 season Franklin Institute, PA

It looks like there will not be a cam this season. It is believed the resident male "T2" was killed when hit by a train while he was hunting prey. There are two young males currently courting the female, however, Mom has not made her mind up yet and time for egg laying is quickly running out!

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By: Debs (offline) on Tuesday, June 24 2014 @ 10:33 PM EDT  
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It is fundraising time here again at Hancock Wildlife Foundation (HWF) and we need your help.
So this is a friendly reminder ... if you are planning on making a donation or adopting one of the
HWF bald eagle families and nest please do so soon and preferably this week.

There are two ways you can help: you may make a Single Donation or you may prefer to
Adopt your Favorite HWF Bald Eagle Family & Nest ... two wonderful ways to help keep the web cams
streaming and to show your support.

To make a single donation simply call 1-800-938-1114 (weekdays only) then specify the amount of your donation
along with your payment option ... it is simply that easy or

If you prefer to Adopt a HWF Bald Eagle Family & Nest simply call call 1-800-938-1114 (weekdays only) and
specify the nest you are are adopting along with your payment option it is simply that easy.

All the HWF Bald Eagle Families are available for Adoption; Delta 2, Harrison Mills, Lafarge & White Rock each family is precious Wub

Last year was the first year for the HWF Adopt a Nest fundraiser and supporters adopted a total of 20 HWF Nests, which was a fantastic first effort Thank You

This year 11 HWF Nests have been adopted so far:

Delta 2 - 4
Harrison Mills - 4
Lafarge - 2
White Rock - 1

Our goal is to break last year's record so please help us get there Clapping

For More Information on the HWF Adopt a Nest donation program just click on the Meet The HWF Bald Eagle Families Collage and it will take you
to the informational page that outlines the Adopt a Nest donation program

Meet our precious HWF Bald Eagle Families; Delta2, Harrison Mills, Lafarge and White Rock Wub




Two wonderful ways you can help; every donation brings us closer to our goals so please support us if you can and together branch by branch
we will remain connected to these precious bald eagle families Wub

On behalf of David Hancock and the entire HWF family thank you for your generous donation and continued support its greatly appreciated Thank You hug


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By: gemini (offline) on Tuesday, March 24 2015 @ 05:23 PM EDT  
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2015 Season

For followers of the Franklin Institute, PA Red Tailed Hawk nest:

"T1"has found a new mate ("T3" ) and she and "T3" have relocated to a new home in an old squirrels nest.


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