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Old 2nd of February 2012 (Thu)   #1
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Default Eagle At Washington EagleCam

Catch it quick before it flies away!

http://wdfw.wa.gov/wildwatch/eaglecam/video_lw.html
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I just caught about 10 secs before it took off. Nice one.
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Yeah, I checked back and it was gone!

It's cool, though -- I had it open on a tab in my browser, and flicked over a few minutes ago to see if there was any "action", and a few seconds after I did the eagle came in to land! Awesome sight!
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Last year one of the juvies blew an approach and took out one of the adults on the way through
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Default Re: Eage At Washington EagleCam

There is actually one here in Richmond with sound that is pretty cool and I did the same thing but every few minutes an advertisement pops up with sound and there is no way to stop it so I quit watching.
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Default Re: Eagle At Washington EagleCam

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Last year one of the juvies blew an approach and took out one of the adults on the way through
Yikes, that's sad!

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There is actually one here in Richmond with sound that is pretty cool and I did the same thing but every few minutes an advertisement pops up with sound and there is no way to stop it so I quit watching.
Ah, well, I guess that's a good thing about one run by a gov't agency, like the Lake Washington one is. Taxpayer dollars at work!
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Yikes, that's sad!

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Oh, no! Not permanently or anything Just crashed through and knocked both of em out. they both came back, shortly, looking slightly disheveled but otherwise fine!
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Oh, no! Not permanently or anything Just crashed through and knocked both of em out. they both came back, shortly, looking slightly disheveled but otherwise fine!
Ah, well, that's good to know!

Heh! I just noticed that my title messed up the spelling of Eagle!

Well, I fixed it...
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very cool I will keep an eye on that.
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Default Re: Eage At Washington EagleCam

An eagle has landed at the Lake Washington Cam, but my Streaming Video feed is messed up!
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The on I watch is http://www.ustream.tv/decoraheagles#...medium=3064708
They have older clips on file and the eagles should start getting ready to lay soon.
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Now it's a pair of eagles! It's growing darkish but there is a light!
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Ah well, all gone!
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The eagle is there again!!!
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I dont get an image at all.
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