Thank you for checking in from the U.P. of Michigan!
Watching from Michigans U.P., hoping to catch the eagles in the nest. What a nice service to offer, thank you!
Hi Colleen and Luck School 2nd graders! We are guessing around 4 feet wide.
Does anyone know the width of the nest?
Oh! They are both in the nest right now, tidying up (Well one is nesting while the other is looking around-maybe on the hunt?) So exciting!
I was just going to ask if anyone seen the 2 in the nest this morning. Glad someone else did too! It was SO COOL. It was about 7am this morning
Thank you for following along Bob, we are glad you are enjoying the action so far!
This morning is the first time I have seen 2 eagles by the nest, one on the branch the other working on the nest. I figure the one working is the female, I really enjoy cheking this site
Keeping the location secret is a good rule to follow… watching Lakeland’s video feed is even better (and as close as I’d want to get), anyway! 🙂
Amy, thank you for following, we share your excitement! Out of respect for the eagles, we are not disclosing the location of the camera and this particular nest. We don’t want to draw any additional human pressure to the nest as the nesting season arrives soon, per US Fish and Wildlife recommendations. The camera is supported by our fiber internet and approximately 30-50 feet off the ground. Again, thanks for sharing and following along!
It’s great to have a local eagle’s nest to watch! Curious as to where the nest is in Polk County AND how far off the ground the camera is secured?
I shared this on the Luck Community Education Facebook page, too! Lots of people will enjoy watching nature from their computers and cell phones!
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