Monthly Archives: April 2016

‘Add Lamprey to the Menu’

Duke Farms’ Charles Barreca shared this Eagle Cam photo and advised: “Add Lamprey to the menu.” Done. (Thanks, Charles!)

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Amazing Close-ups — and More — from the Nest

Every once in a while, Duke Farms’ Charles Barreca puts the Eagle Cam through its paces — like yesterday around 9 a.m. Below are some more of the images the cam captured  yesterday — plus a shot of the cam … Continue reading

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An Interview with Eagle Expert Larissa Smith of CWF

Written By: Jim Wright for Duke Farms and Conserve Wildlife Foundation Larissa Smith, biologist for Conserve Wildlife Foundation, is in charge of several projects, from leading the effort to monitor dozens of  Bald Eagle nests in New Jersey to running  … Continue reading

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Bald Eagle Update, Week of April 27

The Duke Farms eaglets are now approximately a month old. The first eaglet hatched Saturday, March 26. The second hatched Monday, March 28. The young birds stay in the nest for approximately 10 to 12 weeks, until they are large … Continue reading

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Our Bald Eagle E-Book — Learn More About These Raptors

Have you seen Duke Farms’ Bald Eagle free on-line e-book yet? If not, what are you waiting for? You can view it on any electronic device with Internet access, and you can even hear the pages turn if you have … Continue reading

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Answers to Eagle Cam Viewers’ Most Asked Questions

Written By: Jim Wright for Duke Farms and Conserve Wildlife Foundation Over the course of the nesting season, two questions keep arising, so we thought we’d would address them on the blog. The most-asked questions are: *  How can you … Continue reading

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Bald Eagle Update, Week of April 20

The first eaglet hatched Saturday, March 26. The second hatched Monday, March 28. The eaglets are now approximately three weeks old. The young birds stay in the nest for approximately 10 to 12 weeks, until they are large enough and … Continue reading

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Invasive and Native Plants on Duke Farms

As spring warms the air and soil at Duke Farms, the plant life on the property is greening and even beginning to bloom in some parts. The non-native plants that also call our region home can be generally broken up … Continue reading

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Jim Wright on the Radio on Thursday Morning

On Thursday morning, Jim Wright, who posts about the Duke Farms Bald Eagles on this blog, will be on Newsline with Joyce Estey on WRNJ 1510 am, 104.7 fm, 92.7 fm or http://www.WRNJ.com from 10 to 10:30 a.m. to talk … Continue reading

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An Interview With Eagle Cam Maestro Charles Barreca

Written By: Jim Wright for Duke Farms and Conserve Wildlife Foundation When you watch the Eagle Cam, it’s easy to forget that there’s someone a couple of miles away from the nest, making sure it is working smoothly — not … Continue reading

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