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 SW Florida Eagle Cam - 2016/17
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By: wskrsnwings (offline) on Sunday, September 25 2016 @ 09:53 PM EDT  
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Thanks MaryF. Nice scaps of Harriet from the cam today before the rain.


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By: wskrsnwings (offline) on Sunday, September 25 2016 @ 10:04 PM EDT  
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This is the announcement from Southwest Florida Eagle Cam earlier today.

Cams for Season 5 are NOW LIVE! We continue to test and have a few more updates to do over the next few days (including installing the IR light) but we couldn't wait to share with everyone! Save & Share this link to watch LIVE all year long: SWFLEagleCam.com

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Forgot to mention we won't be able to see much at night before we get our repaired IR light back. Should have night vision by end of the week!



scap of the nest from cam1 as it went live earlier
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By: wskrsnwings (offline) on Sunday, September 25 2016 @ 11:49 PM EDT  
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Video Camera VIDEO: https://youtu.be/vuyTxlJzZkc

Sticks Galore!! Tandem Flights~40 Items Added In 3 Hours Part 1/2 09-25-16

H and M added 40 items - sticks, grasses and moss - to the nest. Several times they went to the same place together for sticks, more views of grabbing branches and grasses, some mutual appreciation time, placing sticks together, with little time resting between additions, defending the territory and H flushes a hawk are some insights into today's video. The nest is a beautiful nest. There are 2 parts to this video.

Harriet with a stick
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M15 with a stick
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both wanting to place the same stick
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By: wskrsnwings (offline) on Sunday, September 25 2016 @ 11:51 PM EDT  
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Video Camera VIDEO: https://youtu.be/eQ_LwWx3STk

Sticks Galore!! Tandem Flights~40 Items Added In 3 Hours Part 2/2 09-25-16

M15 with a stick
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flying together on alert call
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Harriet with sticks in her beak and talons
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By: wskrsnwings (offline) on Tuesday, September 27 2016 @ 11:43 AM EDT  
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GROUND OBSERVATIONS - Tuesday, September 27
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Only M15 was in the nest tree when I arrived at 6am. He was quietly preening and stretching until flying to the south then SW and out of sight at 7:28am. Harriet was not seen and M15 had not returned when I left at 10am. Photos of the nest 9-25 and 9-27 (from the church viewing area) and looking into the nest (property and courtesy of SWFLEagleCam). I will post a video of M at the nest later.

view of the nest 9-25
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view of the nest 9-27
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By: wskrsnwings (offline) on Tuesday, September 27 2016 @ 11:45 AM EDT  
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looking into the nest from cam 1 9-25
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looking into the nest from cam 1 9-27
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By: wskrsnwings (offline) on Tuesday, September 27 2016 @ 04:25 PM EDT  
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Video Camera VIDEO: https://youtu.be/HnRfOmmPaR0

No Sticks~M Departs Early~Starlings Check The Nest 09-27-16

Only M15 was in the nest tree at 6am, quietly preening and stretching before flying south then SW and out of sight at 7:28am. Harriet was not seen and M15 had not returned when I left at 10am. The starlings check out the nest and the cattle egrets stick close to the grazing horses.

M15 in a familiar pose
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M15 watching the territory
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sun on the nest for a brief time
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By: wskrsnwings (offline) on Wednesday, September 28 2016 @ 03:09 PM EDT  
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GROUND OBSERVATIONS - Wednesday, September 28
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6:00-9:00am Harriet and M15 were not in the nest tree or pastures this am. I checked nearby perch spots but did not see them. Photos are of the nest 9-27 and 9-28 (from the church viewing area) and looking into the nest (property and courtesy of SWFLEagleCam). I will post a short video later.

view of the nest 9-27
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view of the nest 9-28
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