Decorah Eagles live Cam – Decorah, Iowa.

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You are watching the Decorah Eagles live cam 2020. The male Eagle(slightly smaller in size) and female Eagle in like manner help in the incubation of the eggs. The parents help equally in providing food for their offspring. The typical timeline of events every season for the Decorah Eagles pair is as follows. As fall comes into full swing in October, this nesting pair begins courtship. Then as time progresses, mating occurs which is around late January to early February. Finally, our favorite time of year, egg-laying! This occurs from mid to end February with little eaglets(not to mention, CUTE!) arriving sometime in late March to early April.

Equally important, this camera was Set up and is maintained by the Raptor Resource Project, a non-profit organization for the preservation of falcons, eagles, ospreys, hawks, and owls. Furthermore, check out the Decorah North Nest.

About the Decorah Eagles cam

The 2012-2013 season was the 1st year in which the Eagles nested at this “new” nest location. As a matter of fact, this “new” nest is located about 500ft east of the old one, located right next to Trout creek, the nest is about 70ft up in the fork of a cottonwood tree. In addition, It’s dimensions are about 4ft long/wide and about 3ft deep.

Decorah Eagles Live Cam – Lay / Hatch Information: 2009-11 2012 2013-14 2015-16 – 2017 – 2018  2019 2020

What are the Eagles names? The male Eagle is known at DM2(the 2nd male) and the female is simply known as Mom.
How old is Mom eagle? It’s been estimated that she is 17 years old as of 2020.
Do the Adults leave the area at all? No, both parents stay around Decorah all year even though their offspring usually do not.
How many eggs do they lay? Mom Eagle usually lays 3 eggs every nesting season.

Decorah Eagles Live Cam – What do they eat? Bald Eagles are opportunistic carnivores. As a matter of fact, they eat fresh meat the easiest way that it’s available to them. The Decorah Eagles diet consists of a lot of fish, small mammals and not to mention, fresh dead carcasses as well. Furthermore, this Eagle pair is fortunate to have a trout hatchery near the nest.

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