Bald Eagle Camera

The US Fish and Wildlife Service had plans to install cameras at two Bald Eagle nests in Idaho, USA.  Canopy Watch International was able to help with the tree climbing part of the operation.  The idea is that biologists want to know how many eggs are laid and how many chicks hatch, but we can’t see into the nests or climb there when eagles around because they will abandon the nest and the chicks will die.  Camera installation took place in late February when eagles were courting and had chosen a nest, but before they had laid eggs.

Bald Eagle cam
Climbing to a Bald Eagle nest at Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge, Idaho, USA. Photo © Bryce Robinson

We don’t have photos into the nest now.  When we go back in July to retrieve the cameras we can post photos from inside the nests, plus some photos that were taken by the cameras.  Fingers crossed!

One thought on “Bald Eagle Camera”

  1. You can definitely see your expertise in the work you write. The sector hopes for more passionate writers such as you who aren’t afraid to say how they believe. Always go after your heart.|

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *