Videos of the Decorah Eagles Leaving the Nest 2014

June 21, 2014

posted by Crane-Station

Many thanks to Raptor Resource Project in Decorah, Iowa, USA

The Decorah Bald Eagle Camera.

note- These two sibling eaglets, D-18 and D-19, fledged just hours apart, on June 18, 2014, leaving the youngest, D-20, in the nest:


Decorah eagles,Teamwork and Mom D getting frisky (video 2/16/14)

February 16, 2014

posted by Crane-Station

This morning, 2/16/2014, we were watching the Decorah Eagles Live Cam briefly, and this is what we saw:

Decorah eagles,Teamwork and Mom D getting frisky she is also…

video clip posted to YouTube by eaglewhisperer18

Decorah Eagle Cam 2014

Oh my gosh, so exciting. Here is another clip from a few days ago, 2/13/2014:

Decorah Eagles,Dad moving log,Mom gets frisky lol beautiful…


video clip posted to YouTube by eaglewhisperer18


Decorah Eagles 2014 Livecam

January 9, 2014

The Decorah Eagles camera is back, after being offline for nearly a year! This morning, I was pleased to actually see one of the eagles, doing some ‘housekeeping’ in the nest. Raptor Resource Project says:

Welcome to Decorah Eagle Cam Alerts.com your one stop for live streams, videos and alerts for the amazing saga of the Decorah eagles. For those of you new to the craze, the birth of 3 eaglets has been witnessed live by millions and become a viral internet phenomenon.

Through the genius of the Raptor Resource Project a 24 hour webcam has been placed so that the world may watch the growth and lives of a family of bald eagles. We here at Decorah Eagle Cam Alerts.com have embraced this amazing opportunity and have put together content from across the world wide web in one place for your convenience. In addition, we have set up a system of alerts to let you know when the real action takes place.

Please have a look around the site and enjoy!

Also, on YouTube is this recent video:

Dec 26, 2013
12/26/2013 10:23 AM CST Edited video, 5 minutes.Long fly in. More nesturations going on. Laying in nest bowl and scraping.

posted by Crane-Station


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