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Eagles in Minneapolis

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Looks like the Twin Cities bald eagles are courting already.  They lay their first eggs before the end of January.

We saw them yesterday over the Mississippi River on HWY 35W.  Looked like they were playing chase. 

The new camera has been installed for the DNR Eagle Cam. 

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The pair of bald eagles on the Minnesota DNR Nest Cam are finally sitting eggs.  Looks like at least three again.

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Looks like the DNR eagles are going to fail this year.  Likely none of the eggs will hatch;  already two of them have been discarded and the third is being left untended for extended periods.  This year better to watch the Decorah eagles.  They hatched all three of their eggs in the past week, and are feeding all three of the chicks.  Cute little suckers, too.

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The eagles on the DNR eagle cam have given up for this year.  They lost all three eggs this year

The eagles on the Decorah nest cam have hatched all three of their eggs and the eaglets are growing like weeds.

The falcons on the DNR falcon cam have eggs and are incubating.  Right now they are up to their knees and more in snow, with a whole pile that has blown into their nesting box. 

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The webcam eagles are not doing so well around here this year.  The male at Decorah has disappeared and the female is raising her three chicks by herself.  She sorta has a new boyfriend, but she won't let him near the nest and the not so little ones.   They are all three growing like pigs; so mama must be doing a pretty good job of soloing.  She is getting some assistance from he new boyfriend even if she is holding him at an arm's length from the kids.   She keeps getting intruders and he is helping her chase them off.

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