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Black Eagle cam

I'm watching our Black Eagle nest and I have noticed that Mrs Black Eagle ...leaves the nest and her eggs for some minutes ....Is that normal ???
Do anyone know when we will see the chicks Puzzled:


She left


She is back again after 5 minutes

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For more pics ...see on the new thread...Camera pictures ...I think it's a better place to put the next...and I hope you will put yours there too Smiling

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I chose three pics from the highlights ...for people in Boma
Thanks to E.Gulyás/HU and mallie
Thanks to Ann/TX and E.Gulyás/HU
Thanks to
E.Gulyás/HU, Marlo, Upstate NY

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"cerinthe" wrote:
Any news on the second egg? Did it hatch or not?

I don't know Cerinthe ..I didnt watch for the last three-four days and I could see only one chick and no egg on the nest before

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Any news on the second egg? Did it hatch or not?

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Where are your parents little chick ???
It looks so alone ...

OK they are back...now you can sleep peacefuly Smiling

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Someone must tell Mr and Mrs Black eagle to feed chicks from the other side of the nest...There is no need for so much privacy :roll:

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*** THANKS -FANI - BY THE TIME I GET ON LINE THE EAGLE CAM IS USUSUALLY IN THE DARK - KEEP THE PICS COMMING- Laughing out loud Laughing out loud

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Fantastic! Nicely spotted fani Laughing out loud

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They had a chick....Congrats!!!!!!!!!

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I haven't seen until now both male and female at nest....Somewhere I have read that both partents sit on eggs with the female sitting for the 65% of the incubation time...Is there any way to ID who is the male and who is the female Puzzled: Puzzled:

Open beak ...that must be thermoregulation...I suppose

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