Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Eagle web cams

A pair of eagles near the Swartz Bay Terminal in Sidney B.C. are expecting. The female has laid two eggs, which should hatch in early April. In the meantime, you can watch the female, and sometimes the male, sit on the eggs, and adjusting the nesting material, thanks to the Hancock Wildlife Foundation, a non-profit with offices in Surrey, B.C. and Blaine, Wash.
The foundation also has a camera trained on a pair of eagles readying their nest on Hornby Island B.C. At the site, you can also view past footage of nesting Great Blue Herons and spawning salmon.

1 comment:

Mark & Sara said...

I'm going to keep looking at the bald eagle site every day. I'm happy that you sent these movies. I like birds a lot too. I have a hummingbird feeder in my backyard. Sometimes if I find out that birds live in a bush or a tree, I go up in the tree or in the bush and I build a little nest, but just if they don't have a nest in the tree or the bush already. Love, Milo Nikolic