Monthly Archives: March 2015

The Second Eaglet Has Hatched

Duke Farms’ Charles Barreca reports: “The 2nd chick is making its way out, the hatch occurred at ~7 a.m today.”

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One Egg Hatched, One with a Pip?

This screen shot of the Bald Eagle nest taken at 7:33 Sunday morning shows the young eaglet, the remaining egg with a (possible) small pip, the Mom and a fish breakfast.

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We post a new article about our nesting Bald Eagles every Wednesday at 1 p.m., but we sometimes post additional items — like a recent post that described the hatching process`. Don’t miss out. You can subscribe to this blog … Continue reading

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Photo Sequence of the First Hatch

The above photo, taken this morning, is of the eaglet that hatched yesterday (Friday, March 27). The sequence below shows the long process of the hatch, beginning with a small hole (pip) in the egg. You can click on a … Continue reading

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Our Story Thus Far

While everyone nervously waits for the two eggs to hatch, we thought we’d catch up on the highlights from this season’s Bald Eagles posts thus far. Just click on the topic to read the post (or scroll down). Everything You … Continue reading

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Everything You Need to Know about Hatching the Eggs

Written By: Jim Wright for Duke Farms and Conserve Wildlife Foundation Our story thus far:  The female Bald Eagle has laid two eggs this season, on 2/16-17 and 2/20. Incubation takes approx. 5 weeks, which means the first egg could … Continue reading

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Streaming the Video from Nest to Screen

Written By: Jim Wright for Duke Farms and Conserve Wildlife Foundation Our story thus far:  The female Bald Eagle has laid two eggs this season, on 2/16-17 and 2/20. Incubation takes approx. 5 weeks, which means the first egg should … Continue reading

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All About the Duke Farms Eagle Cam

Written By: Jim Wright for Duke Farms and Conserve Wildlife Foundation Our story thus far:  The female Bald Eagle has laid two eggs this season, on 2/16-17 and 2/20. Incubation takes approx. 5 weeks, which means the first egg should … Continue reading

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An Anecdotal History of Bald Eagle Nests in America

Written By: Jim Wright  for Duke Farms and Conserve Wildlife Foundation Our  2015 nesting eason story thus far:  The female Bald Eagle has laid two eggs this season, on 2/16-17/15 and 2/20/15. Incubation takes approx. 5 weeks. You can view … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a Bald Eagle Nest

Written By: Jim Wright  for Duke Farms and Conserve Wildlife Foundation Our 2015 nesting season story thus far:  The female Bald Eagle has laid two eggs this season, on 2/16-17 /15 and 2/20/15  Incubation takes approx. 5 weeks. You can … Continue reading

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