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 EagleCam Project, Year 2

Johnson City nest first egg              Bluff City nest eaglets , BC10 and BC11

                         Johnson City                                                                        Bluff City

  • The Johnson City eaglets have arrived!  JC8 arrived on Thursday, March 16th and JC9 arrived Friday, March 17th.  As you can see, both eaglets are doing well.  The photo above is from one of the viewers on the Facebook ETSU Eagle Cams site.
  • Both Bluff City eaglets have hatched!  BC10 was first visible around 5am on Monday, March 13th, and BC 11 was first visible around 2:45pm on Tuesday, March 14th.   

We are eagerly awaiting the arrival of the second eaglet to the Johnson City nest!

Upgrades for Our 2016/2017 Nesting Season

Eagle CameraNew for this nesting season, you will notice some upgrades in our camera feeds, including the addition of another camera at each nest, as well as infrared technology for night viewing of the nests.

Day Vision CameraNight Vision Camera


Brandon Bragg, expert tree climber

Brandon Bragg, our expert tree climber, scaled nearly 80 feet up the tree in which the nest is located in order to install the second camera directly over the Eagles' nest. This overhead view will allow us to better see the eaglets once they hatch. We may even be able to catch them as they hatch, depending on the placement of eagles in the nest at the time!!

 


We Need Your Support!

It is because of your unfailing and continued support that we were able to make these equipment upgrades!! As usual, with the upgraded equipment also comes upgraded maintenance costs, so we still need your help!! If your organization would like to learn more about becoming a sponsor of the EagleCam Project, please click the link below. For our private donors, please click the "Give Now" button located on the left hand side of your screen.

Thank you so much for your continued support and we look forward to the upcoming 2016/2017 nesting season with you!!

 

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 To donate, click on the “Give Now” button, located on the left hand side of your screen.

We thank you for your support!

 

 

 

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