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By red
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Campers,

Bald eagles' nest, with nestlings. Berry College, Georgia, USA.
Night-vision illuminated, not visible to the eagles or humans.

http://www.berry.edu/eaglecam/

:mrgreen:
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By DBrose
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That's awesome. We have bald eagles that live near our local site. Within the last year we fly with them almost every time we get some good air. It really has to be a good day for them to soar with us. They seem smaller that what I'm used to maybe they are shrinking.
By thermaleo
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The bald eagles at Decorah Iowa are back too.

http://www.decoraheaglecamalerts.com/index.htm

And a timely but sad article to forward to your hunting friends.

https://www.theguardian.com/environment ... ammunition

"...Every year, one in five condors suffers lead poisoning so severe they need treatment, she said, and although the birds are the largest flyers in North America, a fingernail’s worth of lead can kill one. Lead poisoning appears to have stalled the species’ recovery in the wild.

“This has nothing to do with people’s right to hunt,â€￾ she said. “We took lead out of gas and out of house paint. That doesn’t mean you don’t drive a car or paint your house. It’s about using something that’s safe for you and your family as well as an animal that comes upon it.â€￾..."


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By Roadrunner
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Hey A Big hanks for this video.


When I see an Eagle in the Air working a Thermal. You know coring the best lift. All I want to do is to Core through the Bird. if? And when I do that I will then be a Good Pilot.
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By Nicos
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Great stuff! What a privilege to fly with these animals!

Wedgetailed eagles really are BIG birds, sometimes I have to pinch myself to make sure I'm not dreaming..

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