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Hanover Bald Eagle Blog #19

Posted by Tassia Bezdeka on April 12 2019 | Categories: INNOVATION

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Liberty and Freedom sure stick to the bald eagle schedule! True to our expectations, the chicks hatched two days apart, mirroring their laying interval. This week, many of us have likely been sneaking peaks at the Hanover nest every chance we get, soaking up what can objectively be described as adorable offspring.

Hanover Bald Eagle Blog #18

Posted by Tiffany Sears on April 04 2019 | Categories: INNOVATION

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The first hatchling is here! At approximately 9:20 this morning a tiny, beautiful, scrunched up altricial baby eagle unfolded into our world. There can be no doubting it now, Spring is here.

Hanover Bald Eagle Blog #17

Posted by Tiffany Sears on March 29 2019 | Categories: INNOVATION

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Right now, while Liberty and Freedom are sitting on a nest, there are thousands of bald eagles engaged in flight, returning to breeding grounds to begin the process themselves. Hawk watch sites across North America are reporting sightings, and on March 21st Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory in Duluth Minnesota broke their previous one-day count for bald eagles with a whopping 1,076!

Hanover Bald Eagle Blog #16

Posted by Tiffany Sears on March 22 2019 | Categories: INNOVATION

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This week another intruder event was documented at the Hanover nest, eliciting an array of vocalizations from the incubating parent. When witnessing this type of behavioral interaction, it may seem odd that another eagle would try to disrupt Liberty and Freedom at this stage in the breeding season. Is it to steal a mate? A territory? The nest site?

Hanover Bald Eagle Blog #15

Posted by Tiffany Sears on March 14 2019 | Categories: INNOVATION

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Have you ever wondered what is responsible for the color of bird eggs? In your brief glimpses of the eggs on the Hanover nest you have probably noticed they are white. The causes of egg coloration have been a topic of much debate throughout the history of oology (the study of eggs).

Hanover Bald Eagle Blog #14

Posted by Tassia Bezdeka on March 08 2019 | Categories: INNOVATION

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Last Friday evening the second egg of the clutch was laid! Both embryos have now been developing for at least a week, and the first-born should be on the verge of looking somewhat bird-like. While a 9-day old chick doesn’t look convincingly avian, by day 11 the beak and limbs appear more formed, and the eyelids begin closing. Though veiled from our eyes, each day these little chicks are developing more and more eagle characteristics, all made possible by the very crucial parental behavior of incubation.

Hanover Bald Eagle Blog #13

Posted by Tiffany Sears on March 01 2019 | Categories: INNOVATION

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Eaglet on the Way! At approximately 5:07 on Tuesday evening, the moment we’ve been waiting for finally arrived in the form of an oval-like, mostly white, rough-textured, beautiful EAGLE EGG! Congratulations to Liberty and Freedom; we are all eager to see what lies in store for this brand-new addition to the Hanover nest.

Hanover Bald Eagle Blog #12

Posted by Tassia Bezdeka on February 26 2019 | Categories: INNOVATION

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As you may have seen, Liberty and Freedom have copulated at the nest! If this was a successful attempt, we would expect eggs to appear in the next 5-10 days. This was not only an uplifting reminder that snowstorms don’t damper their baby-making mood, but also an opportunity to delve into the physiological processes that follow insemination.'

Hanover Bald Eagle Blog #11

Posted by Tiffany Sears on February 15 2019 | Categories: INNOVATION

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Happy belated Valentine’s Day to the Hanover eagles! Love is likely in the air, seeing as the first egg at this nest has historically been laid around this time, and copulation may occur soon if it has not already.

Hanover Bald Eagle Blog #10

Posted by Tiffany Sears on February 08 2019 | Categories: INNOVATION

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Did you know bald eagles have had to fight hard to survive and carry on their populations through many hardships?

Hanover Bald Eagle Blog #9

Posted by Tiffany Sears on February 01 2019 | Categories: INNOVATION

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As Liberty and Freedom are putting together their (potentially) final nest preparations for the year, it’s hard not to notice how instrumental their feet and beak are to nest building.

Hanover Bald Eagle Blog #8

Posted by Tiffany Sears on January 24 2019 | Categories: INNOVATION

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On Monday afternoon the Hanover cam showed not two but three eagles flapping towards the nest emitting high pitched vocalizations that rang out in all directions...

Hanover Bald Eagle Blog #7

Posted by Tiffany Sears on January 18 2019 | Categories: INNOVATION

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Earlier this week the Hanover nest was covered in snow, and while Liberty and Freedom seemed unfazed by the precipitation blanketing their new home improvements, it was hard not to wonder how they were withstanding the weather.

Hanover Bald Eagle Blog #6

Posted by Tiffany Sears on January 11 2019 | Categories: INNOVATION

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This has been an active week for the eagles with daily visits to the nest, the collection of new substrate such as straw and large sticks, and a surprise feeding event: on Wednesday a squirrel was brought to the nest and consumed right before our eyes!

Hanover Bald Eagle Blog #5

Posted by Tiffany Sears on January 03 2019 | Categories: INNOVATION

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For those nocturnal eagle enthusiasts who are peeking at the nest cam after hours, you may have noticed that Liberty and Freedom are not sleeping at their nest...

Hanover Bald Eagle Blog #4

Posted by Tiffany Sears on December 28 2018 | Categories: INNOVATION

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This week's blog is all about bald eagle courtship displays! In partnership with Hawk Mountain Sanctuary.

Hanover Bald Eagle Blog #3

Posted by Tiffany Sears on December 21 2018 | Categories: INNOVATION

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Bald Eagle Pre-Nesting Behavior. In Partnership with Hawk Mountain Sanctuary & Powered by HDOnTap

Hanover Bald Eagle Blog #2

Posted by Tiffany Sears on December 17 2018 | Categories: INNOVATION

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Welcome to the 2019 Hanover Bald Eagle Season! HDOnTap is collaborating with Hawk Mountain Sanctuary to bring you the first Hanover Bald Eagle Blog!

Hanover Bald Eagle Blog #1

Posted by Tiffany Sears on November 23 2018 | Categories: INNOVATION

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HDOnTap is collaborating with Hawk Mountain Sanctuary to bring you the Hanover Bald Eagle Blog!

Introducing the New Hanover Bald Eagle Live Cams Educational Blog!

Posted by Tiffany Sears on November 23 2018 | Categories: INNOVATION

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HDOnTap is collaborating with Hawk Mountain Sanctuary to bring you the Hanover Bald Eagle Blog!

AZGFD Goes Batty With Latest Live-Streaming Wildlife Camera

Posted by Tiffany Sears on August 27 2018 | Categories: INNOVATION

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The Arizona Game & Fish Department has once again partnered with HDOnTap to bring you what is believed to be the first live streaming wild bat roost camera in Arizona!

Raptor Rehabilitation Flight Facility - Now Streaming Live

Posted by Tassia Bezdeka on July 19 2018 | Categories: INNOVATION

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The Cobequid Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre partners with HDOnTap to bring live streams to wildlife enthusiasts around the world.

HDOnTap’s Live Eastern Screech Owl Cam Airs on NBC DFW!

Posted by Tiffany Sears on May 09 2018 | Categories: INNOVATION

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HDOnTap's live Eastern Screech Owl cam, located in Grapevine, Texas, airs on NBC DFW. The cam is inspiring students and reaching viewers worldwide!

California Condor Nest Cam Goes Live! - Ventana Wildlife Society & Oakland Zoo

Posted by Tiffany Sears on March 02 2018 | Categories: INNOVATION

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The California Condor nest camera was made possible by a successful collaboration between the Ventana Wildlife Society, Oakland Zoo, Federal Express and HDOnTap.

Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Eagle Cam is back for 2018!

Posted by Tiffany Sears on January 12 2018 | Categories: INNOVATION

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HDOnTap has partnered once again with the Pennsylvania Game Commission to bring you this front seat view of two Bald Eagles during their 2018 breeding season! A second live Eagle Cam with IR was added last year to bring a 24/7 view into the nest. The bald eagle's history in Pennsylvania is a precarious one. Only 30 years ago, Pennsylvania had a mere three nests left in the entire state. With the help of the Canadian government and several agencies including the Pennsylvania Game Commission, bald eagle chicks were brought back to PA to reintroduce bald eagles to the Northeast. Enjoy the live streaming Bald Eagle Nest Cam.

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