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Live Eagle Webcam is Riveting

April 15, 2007

To mention it just one more time, BioDiversity Research Institute’s live eagle webcam is incredibly riveting. Watch the real-world drama of nature this evening as two parental bald eagles fight to protect their young during what is expected to be high winds, heavy precipitation and flooding in the form of a serious April Nor’easter*.

Click the link and then press “watch live” for streaming video (of amazing quality,) with sound. These eagles are somewhere in Hancock County Maine, and you can read all about them on the blog where you can read about these animals, and about (ahem) fund raising efforts for the project.

Go watch the eagles. It is truly fascinating to see. Thrill as the mother eagle calls for her mate to come so she can go get her eats on. Watch as they feed their young ones. Become enthralled as you imagine the meaning of their calls and personify their conversation. They’re like a regular Lucy and Ricky.

The weather alarmists are predicting widespread power outages. If that happens, Your Montag may be absent temporarily. If so, I’ll see you on the flip side.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. April 18, 2007 9:27 PM

    You’re mocking me aren’t you. I watch, I thrill, I am enthralled. And by the way: God Save the Virtuadolls.

  2. April 19, 2007 7:33 PM

    No mockery intended. I’ve been revisiting the Virtuadolls, myself. Groovy!

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