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 Sequoyah NWR, OK - 2014 - 2017 - Bald Eagle Cam
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By: mia (offline) on Tuesday, December 31 2013 @ 02:00 PM EST  
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One of them is back again... Who knows, JudyB! Smile
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By: IrishEyes (offline) on Tuesday, December 31 2013 @ 02:46 PM EST  
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Bravo I am so happy to see the eagles in this nest....Thank you so much Mia for the awesome scaps..... will be interesting to see what happens here.....

Squirrel makes a nest visit............Smile
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By: Debs (offline) on Tuesday, December 31 2013 @ 03:24 PM EST  
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Mia awesome captures thank you Left thumb up

Bev, Judyb thanks for your comments and reports too Clapping This nest must have lots of hidden treasures that
keeps the squirrel(s) coming back Titter

It will definitely be interesting to see what transpires here ... i know the eagle nests and families that i visit in my area during our nesting season (3 different nests)
those eagles will not allow any other eagles in their immediate nest territory so perhaps this pair is just protecting their territory.

Or perhaps this is a different pair just looking for a nest ... I sure hope its not the latter as a late start here may not be a good thing considering the
climate this nest is in. I remember sitting up all night watching tornadic activity here (several times) and i would hate to see any eagles weather a late
start here simply because of the increased risk of severe weather here.

Hopefully some reports from the ground will provide more information on what is transpiring here.

210 to 225 pm
Nest is presently MT.
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By: mia (offline) on Tuesday, December 31 2013 @ 03:35 PM EST  
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Eagle returns.
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By: JudyB (offline) on Tuesday, December 31 2013 @ 03:45 PM EST  
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Hi everyone! I also saw part of the most recent visit -

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And I do hope that squirrel keeps an eye over its shoulder while exploring the nest!

The weather here is certainly a challenge, Debs - and it does seem as if it could be an issue at both ends of the nesting cycle, as they can also have snow quite late, if I remember correctly. Ah well - the eagles rarely ask my advice, so I guess I'll just hope for the best - knowing I may have to wait a while to learn what "the best" might be. Smile

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By: mia (offline) on Wednesday, January 01 2014 @ 10:49 AM EST  
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1 January, 2014
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9.18 AM Eagle arrives.
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By: mia (offline) on Wednesday, January 01 2014 @ 10:51 AM EST  
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9.25 AM And leaves.
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By: JudyB (offline) on Wednesday, January 01 2014 @ 05:06 PM EST  
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Nice pictures, mia!

3:43 pm

I saw what looked like a subadult on the nest

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Happily he or she stayed long enough for me to get a s'cap - but no longer.

And a moment later, an adult arrived and moved a stick around.

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And the adult left a moment later. I did also see what I think was someone's tail off to the side a little earlier, but didn't take a s'cap or note the time.

And I have a question - is the nest visible in the wide angle view? If so, where is it? Perhaps it would be more obvious if the lighting were different, but I'm having trouble figuring where anything is. Thanks!

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