Finally, Apollo still seems to be favoring the central region of the state of Missouri.
As we head back into nesting season I just want to take a moment to remind folks that this site is intended for commenting on what you see on the cameras at the Arconic Eagle Cam, and to a lesser extent what some of you see on other cameras around the country. There are other ways for folks to chat with one another if that is your intention. This week we were able to get the Infrared light fixed and the audio reconnected...hopefully for the season.
Don't forget our Eagle Cam shop: five of the kids from the last two years have checked in over the last couple of days.
The one closest to the nest is Sky who has moved from north central Iowa to just a few mile north of the Quad Cities along the Mississippi River, Star has moved from the Dubuque are up into south-central Wisconsin. Louis area, Gemini is west and south of Peoria, Illinois and Apollo is in central Missouri.
You will see the trip came down from the Clinton area, just skirting the eastern edge of the Quad Cities and heading further south.
Sky did not appear to stop by the nest..may have thought about it.
Flat Stanley is a school project where the students document the places and activities in which Flat Stanley is involved.
In the fall and winter the eagles use the nest to eat and prepare the nest for the next season.
Eagles nesting in Iowa typically lay eggs in mid-late February and the eggs hatch in mid-late March.
OSHA can give fines based on pictures, live feeds, TV shows, news paper clippings without stepping foot on the jobsite.
They are like police officers they can find something illegal even if they have to change the meaning of the law.