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Hanover Bald Eagle Blog #2 - 2020

February 2020


Egg-tegrity... The Hanover egg has already begun to develop, remaining warm and protected with Liberty and Freedom’s attentiveness.

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Hanover Bald Eagle Blog #1 - 2020

February 2020


It’s incredible to think that Liberty and Freedom were once strangers. Although we speculate that Liberty and Freedom share more than just a tolerance for each other, we will never truly know what the relational dynamics are like between two wild animals. Therefore, the mystery of pair bonds remains. This Valentine’s Day, let’s take a hint from our feathered friends and do something nice for the people we love, even if they tend to bring home the wrong size sticks.

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The Hanover Bald Eagle Blog is Back for the 2020 Nesting Season!

February 2020


HDOnTap is excited to re-launch the Hanover Bald Eagle Blog for the 2020 nesting season. New for this year, we are also excited to announce that Raptor Ecology Specialist, Zoey Greenberg will be joining the HDOnTap team!

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Hanover Bald Eagle Blog #32

July 2019


Stars and Stripes have begun the next chapter of their life. This past year the Hanover home has been filled with startling discoveries, not only for the youngsters, but also for their human fans.

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Hanover Bald Eagle Blog #31

July 2019


It’s official: both Stars and Stripes have taken their first flights from the nest, and just as we will be celebrating independence this week, so will these two eaglets as they begin to gain experience and comfort with their newly accessible surroundings. Even though we have not witnessed their first exploratory hops, jumps, and flaps, outside of the nest, both eaglets are likely experimenting with landings and take-offs by moving from branch to branch, stump to stump. Recently fledged bald eagles like Stars and Stripes will use their nest as a home base while taking short flights to and from, and will continue to beg for food from their parents until Liberty and Freedom cut them off.

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