For now, the nest we watch on this page will continue to be referred to as the Decorah Eagles nest.
Our new nest is located north of Decorah and will be referred to as Decorah North. While Decorah North nest is lovely, this chat channel is for discussing the Decorah Eagles, not the Decorah North Eagles.
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First look at AM D25 Hatch: 03/31/16, PM CDT What about the unhatched egg? As a nonprofit environmental organization, we depend on donors, research, and our other programs for our entire budget. https:// Thanks to The Nature Conservancy for naming us their webcam of the month!
**In the meantime, you can follow us on Facebook and keep us with D24 and D25 at 2016 Nesting Record Egg #1: 2/18/16 @ PM Egg #2: 2/21/16 @ PM Egg #3: 2/25/16 @ PM D24 Hatch: 03/29/16. Our mission is to preserve and strengthen raptor populations, expand participation in raptor preservation, and help foster the next generation of preservationists.
We create, improve, and directly maintain over 50 nests and nest sites, provide training in nest site creation and management, and develop innovations in nest site management and viewing that bring people closer to the natural world. About the Raptor Resource Project The Decorah Eagle cam is brought to you by the Raptor Resource Project, which specializes in the preservation of falcons, eagles, ospreys, hawks, and owls. Thanks to A2Z Security Cameras for their help and support with our new HD cameras and to the City of Decorah Metro Net for their help bringing the Decorah N2B nest to the world!Your support will result in direct impacts and improvements for birds of prey! For those of you who prefer donating via US mail, our address for donations is: Raptor Resource Project P. Box 16 Decorah, IA 52101 Thank you for your support. Teachers and Educators Are you looking for bald-eagle based lesson plans or activities?Visit our Eagle Education Board for activities, lesson plans, and more!Raptor Resource Project Links Our website: facebook: https:// Resource Project/ Our blog: Our forum: Merchandise: Bob Anderson, director of the Raptor Resource Project, passed away on July 27, 2015. Decorah North Nest Followers have noticed we are now watching two nests in Decorah!