The Decorah eagles are nesting near the Decorah Trout Hatchery, located at Siewers Spring Rd in Decorah, IA. The female is known as Mom and the male is known as DM2 (for the second Decorah male eagle). About the Eagles. The Decorah North eagles are nesting on private property north of Decorah. Their very large nest is located in a white oak tree in a scrap of forest bordering a valley and an excellent stream is located just across a field where cattle are pastured. The observation cam was set up back in by the Raptor Resource Project. Footage from the camera has been used in the PBS Nature Documentary "American Eagle" back in and has been a constant aid in understanding these majestic creatures and their lives. You are watching a live broadcast of the Decorah Eagles nest cam. The male Eagle(slightly smaller in size) and female Eagle both help in incubation of the eggs and will also both provide food for the eaglets after they hatch. This camera was Set up and is maintained by the Raptor Resource Project, a non-profit organization for the preservation. The Decorah Bald Eagles (also known as Decorah Eagles or variations) is a live-streaming webcam trained on a bald eagle nest and family in Decorah, Iowa. The Raptor Resource Project installed and runs the live stream for research purposes.
The female is known as Mom and the male is known as DM2 for the second Decorah male eagle. Detailed Annual Information. They nested there for just one year before moving to their current location in late Search for videos Cancel. This "new" nest is located about ft east of the old one. Thanks to our camera operators and videomakers for their hard work capturing and sharing the natural world with all of us, and to you. The male is known as Mr.
Visiting Decorah to see the eagles? In general, they begin courtship in October, productive mating in late January or early February, and egg-laying in mid to late February. Local Time:. Cottonwood family — Ginny and I are sitting in our living room chatting right now. Based on plumage color, Mom was four years old in , making her fifteen years old in Click a bird to learn more about it!
DN3 died of cold and malnourishment on May Many thanks to all of you for chatting and watching with us over the years. North were here when we started watching in late Login with. The male Eagle slightly smaller in size and female Eagle both help in incubation of the eggs and will also both provide food for the eaglets after they hatch.