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Decorah Bald Eagle Photo Update

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Decorah Bald Eagles | Photo Update of the Day

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Decorah Eagles D12’s First Feeding Little Face

Decorah Eagles D12’s First Feeding Little Face 3-28-12 10:42am CDT – YouTube.

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Decorah Bald Eagle Update: D12’s first meal

…sweet little head bobbing around trying to get his beak around the tidbits Mom was feeding him/her. These eagle parents are unbelievably gentle.

 

 

 

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Decorah Bald Eagle Update: D13 has hatched!

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Decorah Bald Eagles | First Eaglet Almost Hatched!

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Decorah Bald Eagles | Pip progress!

Janet’s Note:  I could actually see baby bird in there as Mom turned the eggs!

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Decorah Bald Eagles | Pip Hole Enlarging

3/27/2012 8:56 am

Hatching process is well underway!

Click the Eaglecam tab to watch the live video and join the other 52,000 of us who are closely monitoring this amazing process.

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Decorah Bald Eagle Update | Eggs & Talons

We are all on a hatch watch now, as the eggs are expected to begin hatching sometime between the 23rd and the 25th.  The first sign will be a “pip,” a hole in the shell.  When Mom gets up to shift or take a break, she has been listening carefully to the eggs, and has been softly talking to them.  Really cute.  If you haven’t watched in a while, click the Eaglecam tab and take a look.

 

[Photo from RRP site]

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Decorah Bald Eagles | Hatchling Status

The first hatch is expected March 23rd to 25th!

Excerpt:  We are getting a lot of questions about eggs and hatching.  It takes 35-37 days for Bald eagle eggs to hatch, 24-28 days for Canada goose eggs to hatch, and about 28 days for great horned owl eggs to hatch. Despite the differences in incubation times, very similar things happen in the eggs of all three species.

RRP Blog | READ MORE>>>

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