KNF Bald Eagles

Kincaid Lake, Louisiana

You are watching two mating pairs of Bald Eagles named Louis & Anna and Alex & Andria. The nests and PTZ cams are located in Loblolly pine trees near Kincaid Lake in the Kisatchie National Forest. The cams have been set-up and are maintained by the U.S. Forest service. Nesting usually starts in October followed by egg laying in mid to late November.

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MaryNJ
MaryNJ(@marynj)
February 29, 2024 10:01 pm

One of the eagles brought in a big fish and ate part of it, then the other eagle flew in and had some fish too.

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MaryNJ
MaryNJ(@marynj)
February 28, 2024 12:09 am

Could an egg be on the way in the E-3 nest? Female laying in the nest tonight.

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Brownie
Brownie
February 29, 2024 12:37 am
Reply to  MaryNJ

Wow, interesting….

MaryNJ
MaryNJ(@marynj)
February 29, 2024 10:01 pm
Reply to  Brownie

False alarm, lol

Vicki
Vicki
February 23, 2024 8:23 am

Who do we have here?

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MaryNJ
MaryNJ(@marynj)
February 21, 2024 9:30 pm

Quite a collection of turtle shells

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Brownie
Brownie
February 22, 2024 3:37 pm
Reply to  MaryNJ

I noticed that too.

Brownie
Brownie
February 16, 2024 1:39 pm

Nothing happening at either of these nests now.
Sad….

Joanne
Joanne
February 16, 2024 4:56 pm
Reply to  Brownie

I hear you

MaryNJ
MaryNJ(@marynj)
February 16, 2024 9:57 pm
Reply to  Brownie

An eagle pair has been stopping by at each of these nests. At the E-3 (Alex’s) nest, the eagles stop by to aerate the nest and then leave. At the E-1 (Louis’s) nest, an eagle pair aerates the nest, move around sticks, and eat in the nest. Seems he is learning about the ‘fish gift’ concept. Two days ago, the male flew to the nest with a fish, but then he flew off when she flew in, and she was chasing him trying to get the fish he had.Today, the male brought a fish to the nest which was dangling… Read more »

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Brownie
Brownie
February 19, 2024 12:46 am
Reply to  MaryNJ

Interesting, MaryNJ, thanks. Glad to read that.
Pa and Missy proved that fertility thing wrong. Right?!

MaryNJ
MaryNJ(@marynj)
February 19, 2024 1:03 am
Reply to  Brownie

Who are Pa and Missy? I don’t watch every nest.

Brownie
Brownie
February 19, 2024 1:26 pm
Reply to  MaryNJ

Sorry Mary, the Berry nest. Pa and Missy Berry.
Reclutch.

MaryNJ
MaryNJ(@marynj)
February 19, 2024 10:00 pm
Reply to  Brownie

No problem Brownie. Sounds like there’s still hope for eggs at one of the KNF nests this year.

Brownie
Brownie
February 19, 2024 11:50 pm
Reply to  MaryNJ

That would be great!!!!
I never seem to catch them here.

brownie
brownie
February 20, 2024 2:15 pm
Reply to  MaryNJ

Eagles in the tree at Louis’ today 2:14p.m.
Yay!!!!

MaryNJ
MaryNJ(@marynj)
February 20, 2024 9:35 pm
Reply to  brownie

The male flew in with a fish today and was looking around for the female.

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MaryNJ
MaryNJ(@marynj)
February 20, 2024 9:38 pm
Reply to  MaryNJ

Then she flew in to claim the fish, and she let him know it was hers now.

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Brownie
Brownie
February 20, 2024 10:30 pm
Reply to  MaryNJ

Are they roosting in the tree at night, MaryNJ?

MaryNJ
MaryNJ(@marynj)
February 21, 2024 9:26 pm
Reply to  Brownie

I don’t know, Brownie. I only know that they haven’t been staying in the nest at night. I haven’t been watching the distance cam, only the close up nest cam. One of them was there tonight at 20:35, left at 21:12. The other eagle didn’t come.

Brownie
Brownie
February 22, 2024 3:38 pm
Reply to  MaryNJ

OK, thanks!

Brownie
Brownie
February 22, 2024 3:39 pm
Reply to  MaryNJ

Great shots!!

MaryNJ
MaryNJ(@marynj)
February 22, 2024 11:50 pm
Reply to  Brownie

Thanks 😀