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Live eagle cam.

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That's one sturdy nest if it's withstanding all that damn wind that's annoying as eff to listen to lol. Pretty interesting I might be keeping tabs on this =D.

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They're using a nice PTZ camera, so they can pan around and zoom in on the eggs when she moves. The male eagle dropped by earlier and left a dead thing for her. What a pal!

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137 thousand people are watching a bird sit on its ass for a pretty undetermined amount of time

I'd better watch

XDD

But seriously, she looks pretty. Hope to see baby eagles soon! :)

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There's one in Pittsburgh too, on top of the Cathedral of Learning in Oakland:

http://www.aviary.org/cons/falconcam_cl.php

I also have a friend who works at the national aviary, so every once in awhile I try to watch the penguin cam to see her feed the penguins. :) It is kind of addicting.

http://www.aviary.org/penguincam/index.html

(Feedings are at 1 and 4. They are pretty cool to watch)

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One of the eaglets has hatched and she's feeding it live right now. Tres cute!

EDIT: She WAS feeding it. Now she's covering them up again.

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If you notice, there's a dead rabbit in the nest with them. She fed the babies by tearing off a piece of dead rabbit and regurgitated a little into the babies mouth. So cute. :3

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Yeah, my parents got sad about the dead rabbit. Then again my parents love rabbits and groundhogs, don't know what else there is for an eagle to grab. Maybe a squirrel, preferably a fat one, most are small though. :-/

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Fluffy eaglets are fluffy.

I put ustream on my phone so I can check on the eagles whenever and wherever. Who knew that something that happens all the time when we aren't looking could be so amazing to watch when we ARE looking?

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Anyone feel bad about the third unhatched chick? It's probably going to die from starvation. Or it will be pushed out of the nest by the other two.

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Survival of the fittest, my friends. Happens every second of every day.

This ain't no fairy tale world. The fluffy eaglets are really cute though. :3

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