about Eagle Nest blog

CCB

CCB

Eagle Nest blog is a project of The Center for Conservation Biology (CCB) of The College of William & Mary and Virginia Commonwealth University. The primary contributor to CCB’s Eagle Nest blog is CCB Research Associate, Reese Lukei, Jr.

CCB’s Eagle Nest blog was created to compliment EagleTrak by providing a distinct place to discuss eagle breeding behavior, separate from satellite tracking data discussions at the EagleTrak blog. Visit the EagleTrak main page and EagleTrak blog for discussions and information on CCB’s related eagle tracking project. Visit CCB’s Chesapeake Bay Tracking project at wildlifetracking.org to see eagles from other areas around the bay on which CCB has placed satellite transmitters. Azalea (HH), and eventually other NBG eagles can be found at the Norfolk Botanical Garden Eagle Tracking project page.

Live NBG camera feed made possible by: WVEC Television (WVEC), the Norfolk Botanical Garden (NBG), and the Virginia Department of Game & Inland Fisheries (VDGIF).

NBG

NBG

WVEC

WVEC

VDGIF

VDGIF

Responses

Sad news here in N VA where a Bald Eagle was found next to the tracks of of Blue Line Metro in Alexandria… probably struck while feeding – “train kill”.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/eagle-odyssey-a-revered-birds-journey-from-metro-tracks-to-us-repository/2012/03/15/gIQAZ80lIS_story.html?hpid=z4

Have been wondering if anyone has seen the NBG Eagles (Dad & #3) and been able to confirm that they found a new nesting area.
Response – Reports from NBG are that the eagles remain at NBG and are active again in building a nest. They have not gone anywhere.

I often wonder if NBG Eagle Dad found a mate and if there have been any eggs

Response – Yes he did find a mate but they have not produced young.

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