Title: Where Are You Watching From?
amalphia - June 6, 2006 04:04 PM (GMT)
Watching from Indiana, USofA! Excited for the banding, no matter how much or how little we see of the action. Thanks for the forum; will check in from time to time.
Naturegal - June 6, 2006 04:09 PM (GMT)
Watching from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Have been following this little eaglet from the beginning and just love him/her!
Cynders06 - June 6, 2006 04:26 PM (GMT)
Watching from Lansing, Michigan. I love this little guy, I just wish he had more coverage/protection from sun, wind and rain.
thumper - June 6, 2006 04:26 PM (GMT)
nothern california I have been watching this nest about a month maybe a little longer along with the one and only you no the one :) :) :) :D
pbud - June 6, 2006 04:53 PM (GMT)
Watching from Vancouver, Wash. Great adventure.
Guest - June 6, 2006 04:59 PM (GMT)
Watching from Atlantic Canada. ( Rothesay,New Brunswick ) :D
Catlady - June 6, 2006 05:04 PM (GMT)
I am watching from Manchester, UK. What a fantastic experience to be able to see these birds as they grow up. Hope all goes well with the tagging tomorrow.
Karen - June 6, 2006 05:16 PM (GMT)
Watching from Halifax, Nova Scotia
Catalina - June 6, 2006 05:17 PM (GMT)
Watching from The Arboretum in Arcadia, and have followed the eagles with interest for several years...Fantastic!
angie - June 6, 2006 05:18 PM (GMT)
Watching from Goleta, CA. It's so much fun!
annie - June 6, 2006 05:43 PM (GMT)
Hello, I'm watching from San Diego, California!
Guest - June 6, 2006 05:44 PM (GMT)
Watching from Boston, Ma., U.S.A.
Guest (Catmint) - June 6, 2006 05:50 PM (GMT)
I am watching from Santa Cruz Mountains, California. I love this little eagle chick! I love it when he sits up and looks towards the cam. He is so adorable!
Siren_bc - June 6, 2006 06:10 PM (GMT)
Watching from Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada. Thank you for setting up this forum. GREAT!!
3iggies - June 6, 2006 06:31 PM (GMT)
Loverofchicks - June 6, 2006 06:40 PM (GMT)
;) Hey you all. I am from Southern Kentucky. I have been watching this little bit for about a month now. He/she was a little bit of fluffy feathers when I first saw him. He/she has grown so much. can't wait until tomorrow so we can see how really big he/she is. maybe we can find out if he/she is a he/she :lol: he/she looks so lonely. I have been wanting to get a game boy for them to put in there with him/her, but no one will go up there and place it in the nest. guess I will have to get hold of who ever is going in there tomorrow and send it up. :P
bambeeson2 - June 6, 2006 06:49 PM (GMT)
Hi all! I'm in Jackson TN and have been keeping on eye on this one for about 10 days. Glad to see this discussion board up and running. Hi Annie...glad you made it here too! Well, I hope I will be around when the "capture" takes place, but Wed. is my Euchre Day...if I miss it, maybe it will be on video for review. Happy viewing to all.
Sandra gee - June 6, 2006 07:05 PM (GMT)
Hello, I'm watching from Nanaimo, B.C. Canada.....home of the Hornby Island eagles and now the Victoria, Saanich family of eagles....
chitown73 - June 6, 2006 07:07 PM (GMT)
I am from Chicago, Illinois----hence the name! :P
Misty 07 - June 6, 2006 07:13 PM (GMT)
I am watching from London Ontario Canada. I have been watching this chick since almost the beginning. And am particularly interested in seeing how a lone chick's growth compares with a family scene. ( the Saanich BC Eagle family). I was also interested bcause Santa Cruz nest is a first time for the parents. Now I am so pleased that I will be able to follow the future of this chick.
I watch something like this web not for entertanment but to be part of the concern of the overall wildlife scene that is being taken over by humans, including theiir territories and hunting grounds. Also the food chain that is being poisoned by pollution. As I have said I am so happy to be part of this from the beginning.
I think this chick has done well on the tough love he has had from parents that seemed to be quite bewildered at times. And I think he/she is going to be a beaufiful bird.
Carlea - June 6, 2006 07:46 PM (GMT)
Hi watching from Ocala Florida USA
I got "hooked" on watching eaglets several months ago and now I am following several nests. In West Virginia I am watch a nest with three eaglets who are 11 weeks old and almost ready to fledge. I am also watching nests with two eaglets in Maine and Canada. All at different stages of development. It is so interesting watching the eaglets interact with each other. I feel sorry for this eaglet since he/she is all alone but at least he doesn't have to fight for his/her share of the food like the eaglets in the other nests do.
Bubala - June 6, 2006 08:15 PM (GMT)
Good Afternoon, I am watching from Geraldton, Ontario, Canada
taf - June 6, 2006 09:11 PM (GMT)
Watching from Southern California (Los Angeles).
Thanks to all you make this amazing adventure possible to us city dwellers. Looking foward to tomorrows viewing. Hopefully, we will have details on this little one's size, weight and general health. Wouldn't it be something to see one up close !
Karen - June 6, 2006 09:15 PM (GMT)
Watching from Snohomish, Washington. Have forwarded the link to many, many friends all over the country, who are also enjoying this immensely. What a great opportunity. Chick is growing so fast!
BTR - June 6, 2006 09:30 PM (GMT)
Watching from Hendersonville, NC. This fella is much bigger than the finches I have (one raised by hand). Reminds me of the 'baby' though... with the awkward steps (all legs and feet ) - and not yet able to hold those new wings up yet.
Phyllis - June 6, 2006 09:54 PM (GMT)
Watching the eagle from Asheboro, NC. This is so mesmerizing, keep the site on my screen all day so when I pass I can check in on the eagle. Thanks for sharing this wonderful site with so many.
overthehill - June 6, 2006 10:15 PM (GMT)
Watching from New Brunswick, Canada
Lisa Snider - June 7, 2006 01:04 AM (GMT)
Watching with great interest from Ojai, CA! We've got it on www.ojaipost.com.
Michael - June 7, 2006 01:41 AM (GMT)
Watching from Simi Valley at home, and Camarillo at work.
MaMiMoBa Mom - June 7, 2006 01:54 AM (GMT)
I'm watching from the Lehigh Valley in Pennsylvania. I'm about 90 minutes from Philadelphia and about 20 minutes from Allentown, PA.
ojailala - June 7, 2006 02:15 AM (GMT)
I too am thinking that our eagle will leave the nest sooner than most
baby eaglets... Today I saw so much food being put through that
beak.. both by the parent and the baby itself.. he/she is really gaining
the weight. Think how much smaller he/she would be if they were
sharing the meals.
tbbsharyn - June 7, 2006 02:53 AM (GMT)
Hi, I am watching from San Pedro CA. We have bred endangered parrots for years and it is so wonderful to see a bird breeding in the wild. Some is so similar to captivity but most is so different. Thank you so much for this opportunity.
John and Chris - June 7, 2006 05:50 AM (GMT)
We're watching from Laguna Beach, CA. It really is mesmerizing to use the word of a previous poster to watch this little guy and his first-time parents develop their life skills. I find myself yelling to my monitor when I think he/she's getting too close to the edge. Please keep us posted as to the eaglet's progress.
number_11 - June 7, 2006 01:24 PM (GMT)
Hello...we're watching from the Niagara Penninsula :D
petra - June 7, 2006 01:26 PM (GMT)
i'm watching from the Netherlands....for a couple of days.....
at my litte friend...and his/her parents
i've been pleased that i saw yesterday mom or dad the baby feeding....
till next time
VonBon - June 7, 2006 01:40 PM (GMT)
I am watching from North Saanich, BC......home of two eaglets.
Hulabird - June 7, 2006 03:04 PM (GMT)
Guest - June 7, 2006 03:07 PM (GMT)
Hello...watching from North Saanich, BC
petra - June 7, 2006 03:07 PM (GMT)
are that those 2 in Vancouver ??
i follow them for a month i think.....
gr petra :D
VonBon - June 7, 2006 03:09 PM (GMT)
Good morning fellow eagle watchers ......I too, am watching this "little one" from North Saanich,BC; where the two eaglets are.