The 2017 Decorah Eagles chat will conclude on June 30th at 8pm. If you’d like to keep the party going, please join us in Decorah for After the Fledge.About the Raptor Resource Project The Decorah Eagle cam is brought to you by the Raptor Resource Project, which specializes in the preservation of falcons, eagles, ospreys, hawks, and owls.Mind you, we did expect a calf sooner than this - but that is all part of the journey!This is the Decorah Eagles nest, which is located just south of the city of Decorah near the trout hatchery. You can learn more about that here: The Weather Forecast Thanks to A2Z Security Cameras for their help and support with our new HD cameras and to the City of Decorah Metro Net for their help bringing the Decorah N2B nest to the world!For now, the nest we watch on this page will continue to be referred to as the Decorah Eagles nest.April the giraffe’s cam feed will be switched off later this week to allow keepers to focus on caring for her and her calf now that she has finally given birth.Her name is April, and she is one of the park's two reticulated giraffes ().
In late August or early September, the eagle pair usually return to this nest to begin their nesting cycle, which includes bonding, mating, nestorations, egg-laying, incubation, hatching, and raising their brood until their youngsters fledge and are able to fend for themselves.WATCH THE LIVE STREAM BELOW:11.30am BST: Animal Adventure Park has confirmed that April’s giraffe cam will be switched off at 9.30pm BST today.There is a glimmer of hope for fans, as the park has said that plans for future giraffe baby updates will be announced next week.8.30am BST: Animal Adventure Park has shared an adorable picture of April and her calf sharing breakfast.“Baby has quite the personality,” the Park said, and revealed that the top 10 names in its voting contest are (in no particular order): Unity, Patches, Apollo, Patch, Peter, Harpur, Geoffrey, Noah, Ollie and Allysa’s choice – Allysa being April’s lead keeper.6.10pm BST: April is slowly pacing around her pen with Oliver right next to her in his enclosure.Since these photos and videos can be copied and duplicated over and over, we request that when you post these up to Facebook, IG, Websites, Blogs, or another social media location, the following information be included at the end of your photo/video caption: © 2017 American Eagle Foundation, EAGLES. These live feeds are the intellectual property of the AEF, and we kindly request that you do not attempt to embed or live stream these feeds on your website, blog, app, etc., or attempt to monetize screen shots or video captures. In order to protect the eagles and their nest, the specific location of this nest is private and cannot be disclosed.Beginning October 1, 2013, the American Eagle Foundation (AEF) began providing live video streaming from a wild eagle nest located near the NE coast of Florida.
While we hope that all eaglets hatched in this nest will grow up healthy and successfully fledge each season, things like sibling rivalry, predators, and natural disaster can affect this eagle family and may be difficult to watch.