Posted by: rlukei | 2010/01/26

Overnight Jan 25/26 in Nest

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For the first time this eagle nesting season, the female adult spent the night in their nest at Norfolk Botanical Garden. Both adults were observed at 1:00am arriving at the nest by Rose, a devoted viewer. The male left shortly thereafter, but the female remained in the nest until about 6:35. This is usually an indication that the female is very close to laying her first egg of the breeding season.

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thanks for the update:)

I also noticed this and concluded that the eggs are soon on their way!! Woopie!! The season begins!!

Can you tell me how to get to the chat room for the eagle cam? I can’t seem to find it.

Kathy
– The WVEC eagle cam chat room has not yet been activated. WVEC expects it to go live in February. When it does I will make an announcement on this blog site.

Thank you Rose for keeping us up to date.

Helen,
Check out this site for NBG Eagles’s Chatroom

http://eagle-paparazzi.com/prochat/

I was wondering about that, she does seem to be hanging around and fixing her nest a lot lately, adding things to it. Can’t wait. Thanks Reese

Finally getting closer to egg laying! I can’t wait.

Thanks for being a dedicated watcher, Rose!

Thanks for the update, Reese!

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