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EAGLES JACKIE & SHADOW ~ LAY EGG(S)? 2019

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Lumber Jill ⭐
Fri Mar 08 2019, 07:52AM

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What doesn't kill me does NOT make me stronger. It makes me anxious, bitchy, and vulnerable...but nobody wants to see that embroidered on a pillow...Lisa Kogan...thx LXL...sorry i stole it from you! Ok, maybe I'm not sorry :-P

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Polar Orbit
Fri Mar 08 2019, 10:06AM
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With the cold, I'm betting on a later hatch. First pip April 12. Not fully hatched until the 13th. Second egg sometime tomorrow, Sat Mar 9.

Don't blame me! I was left unsupervised!
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Polar Orbit wrote ...

With the cold, I'm betting on a later hatch. First pip April 12. Not fully hatched until the 13th. Second egg sometime tomorrow, Sat Mar 9.


They're usually pretty punctualm April 11-12th sounds just about right! If if there's to be another egg is should happen now-through the weekend.

Just throwing the live feed here again in case anyone comes straight to Page 2 of the discussion.



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An interesting article about eagle trios: [Click Here]

What doesn't kill me does NOT make me stronger. It makes me anxious, bitchy, and vulnerable...but nobody wants to see that embroidered on a pillow...Lisa Kogan...thx LXL...sorry i stole it from you! Ok, maybe I'm not sorry :-P

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Great article. And so heartwarming. I am in awe of nature. And absolutely enthralled with our eagles. I can't wait to share this article with hubby. Thank you for sharing, LJ.

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Benny ⭐
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JACKIE HAS LAID HER SECOND EGG!!!

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way to go Jackie.

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SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — After more than 125 people fanned out across Southern California’s Inland
Empire to participate in the last public bald eagle count of the season, a bald eagle in Big Bear laid a
second egg at a nest where a live webcam is placed. It was laid at approximately 5:25 p.m. The first egg
was laid on Wednesday, March 6.

The incubation period for bald eagle eggs averages around 35 days. The parents will switch off incubation
duties to keep the eggs warm as the embryos develop. If all goes well, including if the eggs were fertilized
in the first place during mating, chicks should hatch in early to mid-April.

At the public count earlier in the day, thirteen bald eagles were confirmed citizen scientists during this
last winter bald eagle count of the season. It is the 40th year of the annual count that spans five lakes
within San Bernardino National Forest and two California State Park recreation areas on four Saturdays
throughout the winter. The results from today are as follows:

 Big Bear Lake: 2 adults, 4 subadults (37 participants)
 Lake Arrowhead: 1 adult (4 participants)
 Lake Hemet: 1 adult (5 participants)
 Lake Perris State Recreation Area: 2 adults (47 participants)
 Silverwood Lake State Recreation Area: 1 adult, 2 subadults (30 participants)
Several dozen bald eagles typically spend their winter vacations around Southern California’s lakes,
adding to a few resident nesting bald eagles that stay year-round. Agency biologists recruit the
public to help monitor the local population by conducting simultaneous counts.

The count coordinators from the Forest Service and California State Parks would like to thank those
participants for their dedication in getting up early and participating in the event. The success of the
eagle counts is entirely dependent on the citizen scientists!

For eagle viewing any time of the day, there’s a live-feed of the Big Bear bald eagle nest! The nest-cam
is provided by the Friends of the Big Bear Valley and can be viewed at their website, the Institute for
Wildlife Studies’ website or on YouTube.

The webcam monitors a nest on National Forest lands near Big Bear Lake’s north shore.

The area around the nest is closed to all public entry until the chicks have fledged.
The closure encompasses Grout Bay Picnic Area, Grays Peak Trail and surrounding National Forest areas.
No entry, including snow play on the edges of the area, is allowed.
Bald eagles during nesting season are sensitive to human interference and may abandon nesting activities if feeling threatened.


Those who did not make the counts can still try to see bald eagles around local lakes this winter.

Contact the Big Bear Discovery Center (909-382-2790) or the Idyllwild Ranger Station (909-382-2921)
for eagle watching tips and etiquette on the San Bernardino National Forest


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Shadow actually spent 24 minutes laying quietly on the eggs this morning. I think he is getting used to it.

Renee

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kjc
Nov 17 : 08:54am
Doo-That little breeze is warming things up most likely because it is my Birthday. Taking my Grandson to church today because he asked to go-3 years old. Going to start taking him on some hikes he seems ready to go, get him into running early. I bought a metal detector-we are going to have some great times together.. I'm 67 today, Have a great Day!

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Good morning everyone. Have a great day!

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Nov 17 : 06:29am
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doo·hick·ey
Nov 17 : 06:26am
G'morning, why at East Baldwin, at times, it is so much warmer? I have a 1/2 dozen other outdoor temp gauges strategically placed and couple of 1" full opened water bottles, that are shaked if not frozen. We froze yesterday night, winds were from the NE mostly all night.

Craig ⭐
Nov 17 : 12:09am
Highly unlikely QuantumBear. Unless something changes I don't think there will be enough snowmaking hours to have anything ready by this weekend.

QuantumBear
Nov 16 : 09:55pm
skiing next Saturday ?
looks like good blowing weather coming plus a shot from nature, hmm.

army police
Nov 16 : 09:36pm
thank you carter

Carter
Nov 16 : 09:33pm
Hopefully you guys get a good snow!

army police
Nov 16 : 09:26pm
hello everybody

Benny ⭐
Nov 16 : 08:58pm
Thanks, you too!!!!

bernermom
Nov 16 : 08:51pm
Thank you Benny....you speak and it happens....just like magic!!!! Have a great Sunday.

Benny ⭐
Nov 16 : 08:15pm
Yes Berner! This is the kind of storm that may drop more rain down your way. But everyone should get some decent precipitation!

bernermom
Nov 16 : 08:10pm
Benny.....Will this storm bring anything to Lake Arrowhead....I saw your prediction about it being a decent little storm up your way...but we seem to be left out sometimes on the storms....so what do ya think?

Quakes🦊
Nov 16 : 07:52pm
I first believed the reason why Autumn seems like the shortest season was due to people celebrating Christmas in November. I then figured that it has to do with the trees passing peak color and the leaves dropping quickly. By Thanksgiving, the trees are almost completely bare and it would make it feel like Autumn is already over. It is past peak here in Lake Arrowhead and it makes me a little sad.

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