Wednesday, February 22, 2012

The Iowa Eagles are Back! Watch them live!

Yes, I mean the ones with the white heads and the eight foot wing spans. No, I don't mean the Iowa Eagles Minor League Football Team. The now famous Decorah Eagles recently returned to their nest and are already incubating two eggs. The second egg was laid yesterday.

Thanks to the folks over at the Raptor Resource Project (RRP), you can watch the whole thing from the live webcam below. And if you are so motivated, head on over to the Decorah Eagles project page and donate to help fund the continuation of this important research on American Bald Eagle and raptor nesting.


Broadcasting live with Ustream
Decorah is a small town in northern Iowa directly north of Iowa City, not too far from Wildwood and
The Ravens Crossing. Please take a minute to make the jump. It's a new project I've been working on that is hugely important to me, because it was started by a group of friends who wanted to promote diversity, literacy, and environmentalism in a way we think is entertaining to people of all ages. We are a small group of volunteers who wanted desperately to work for positive change in our society. So, instead of continuing to talk about it, we got motivated and we are creating something big together. So drop by for a few minutes, and if you like what you see, tell a friend. It's absolutely free.

As always, thanks to all of you for continuing to support me by stopping by to read The Keeper of the Zoo. You are awesome sauce!

1 comment:

Andi said...

Eagles are so amazing and that footage is wOw!