Thank you for your patience as we continue working on our technical issues. We want to resume watching all these cams as much as you do!
Eaglet #44 at Fort St. Vrain, Colorado is learning to live independently. The DNR successfully banded #44 in August, and the Raptor Resource worked with us to band 13 peregrine falcons in Minnesota last summer. That boosted the peregrine total count to 355 since we began banding them. We’re proud of our commitment to the health and stability of all these birds.
Please join us in mid-January when we should start seeing activity on our eagles. We’ll activate links to our cams as soon as we experience reliable camera performance, but we’ll keep you updated on any news about the other birds that we receive.
We work hard to be good stewards of the land we own and share. That’s why we invest years of research into every new wind project site to ensure the habitats of animals living on our wind farms are respected. Because, after all, it’s their home, too.