BALD EAGLE CAMS!!!
The Biologists and Field Teams of the Institute for Wildlife Studies would like to announce that there
have been many successful hatchings at many of the nests that they observe
and work with -
Two Harbor Nest - two eggs hatched
Seal Rock Nest - one egg hatched
Twin Rocks Nest - at least one egg hatched (location makes it difficult to
confirm 2nd hatching at this time)
West End Nest - two eggs hatched
Pinnacle Rock - one egg hatched
and of course Pelican Harbor - one egg hatched
Three cams are currently on line for viewing - the links can be found at
IWS Eagle Forum (http://s11.zetaboards.com/IWS_Eagle_Forum/forum/14750/
at IWS.org - be sure to keep an eye on the nests as the eaglets continue to
grow and develop!
The IWS Team, working hard in the field to observe and locate bald eagle
juveniles, pairs and current/new nests, provide weekly updates of the
Catalina and Northern Channel Island Eagles on the IWS Eagle Forum.
Also, the participants of the forum and the eagle cam observers, have
worked hard to support the IWS effort in the Bald Eagle Restoration Project.
IWS will be kicking off the 2009 Nest Adoption Challenge (NAC) and there are many
ways you can participate to help the eagles. You may even "win" a Catalina
tour / a chance to adopt a nest / and more!
The dates of the 2009 NAC are April 15 to June 15, 2009. For more
information and details - just use this link:http://s11.zetaboards.com/IWS_Eagle_Forum/topic/7104505/1/
Thank you for your continued observations and reporting of the cam nests
and for your support of the Institute for Wildlife Studies' Channel Island
Bald Eagle Restoration Program.