Monthly Archives: April 2015

Eagle Cam in the Classroom, Part 2: Diane Cook Interview

Written By: Jim Wright  for Duke Farms and Conserve Wildlife Foundation. Diane Cook of the Copper Hill School in Ringoes, N.J.,  who as watched the Eagle Cam since 2008, graciously shared her insights on the Eagle Cam as learning tool. … Continue reading

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Eagle Cam in the Classroom, Part 1: An Amazing Learning Tool

Written By: Jim Wright  for Duke Farms and Conserve Wildlife Foundation It is a dreary April day in Ringoes, N.J., but you’d never know it from the brightly lighted computer lab in the Copper Hill School. There, 18 fourth-graders sit … Continue reading

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Fourth-graders Create Blog Posts about the Eagles

These blog posts about the Duke Farms Bald Eagles were created last week by fourth-graders at the Copper Hill School in Ringoes, N.J. (Just click a post to enlarge it.) Their teacher, Diane Cook,  was recognized by Duke Farms  and  … Continue reading

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The Eaglets: What to Expect Next

Written By: Jim Wright for Duke Farms and Conserve Wildlife Foundation Our story thus far:  Both eaglets hatched toward the end of March, making them both more than three weeks old. You can view the nest on streaming video here. … Continue reading

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A Snapshot of Our Far-Flung (and Nearby) Eagle Cam Viewers

Written By: Jim Wright for Duke Farms and Conserve Wildlife Foundation Our story thus far:  Both eaglets have hatched and are developing nicely. You can view the nest on streaming video here. Yesterday (April 14), the Eagle Cam reached a … Continue reading

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Our Eagle Nest’s Offspring: Where are They Now?

Written by: Michael Catania,  Executive Director of Duke Farms The Duke Farms Eagle Cam is nearing an impressive 10 million views. Installed and operational in March of 2008, the Eagle Cam has allowed viewers to have a close-up view of … Continue reading

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Duke Farms Eagle Story on mycentraljersey.com

Mycentraljesrey.com has a neat article about the Duke Farms eagles, their nest and chicks. Here’s a sample:  “The camera allows a second-by-second example of ornithological voyeurism that soothes and amuses, and also provides a chance for schoolchildren and teachers to … Continue reading

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Your Bald Eagle Questions Answered

Written By: Jim Wright for Duke Farms and Conserve Wildlife Foundation Our story thus far:  The Bald Eagles incubated two eggs this season. Both eaglets have  hatched. You can view the nest on streaming video here. Will the smaller eaglet … Continue reading

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The Duke Farms Eagle Cam Wants You!

As the Duke Farms Eagle Cam approaches 10 million views, we’d like to hear from you. How many years have you watched the Eagle Cam? Roughly how many hours a week? Why do you watch? What is your favorite moment? … Continue reading

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Bald Eagles: Incredible Avian Engineering

Written By: Jim Wright for Duke Farms and Conserve Wildlife Foundation Our story thus far:  The Bald Eagles incubated two eggs this season. Both eaglets have hatched within the past week. You can view the nest on streaming video here. … Continue reading

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