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Author Topic: Nest Brigantine - 2014 - 2015 season  (Read 2757 times)
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« on: October 29, 2014, 07:58:12 PM »


This is where we will discuss & post fotos & videos of the Brigantine Nest.
This Nest territory is two to the right of Mum & Dad Hornby*s webcammed Nest territory.

Click here to read last year*s observations of this Nest area, & for links to previous seasons* observation.
You can also find there the link to wren*s map of Hornby Island that she has marked with all the Nests & their Eaglets each year.
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« Post / Reply #1 on: October 29, 2014, 08:00:15 PM »


Yesterday just before dark it stopped raining for just long enough to take Otto for a walk, so we walked down Brigantine past the Wiig Nest & on to the Brigantine Nest.
There was one adult Eagle perched on the tippy top of the Nest Tree.
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« Post / Reply #2 on: February 08, 2015, 08:40:51 PM »

Here are some record shots of the eagles I found in this territory yesterday, shortly after a flurry of visitors were seen perched in Mom and Dad's territory.

Booni told me that Cali had seen them heading toward the Wiig nest. I followed along and found them one further territory along. They were not letting me anywhere close, and the light was adverse, but people might still be able to recognise some of the individuals.

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I kind of like this one uncropped... This eagle took off when I tried approaching, and flew back toward Mom and Dad's territory.



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« Post / Reply #3 on: February 08, 2015, 08:50:23 PM »

More visitors...
February 7, 1:50



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Same eagle, moved to another tree when I tried getting closer. I left the scene after this.
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« Post / Reply #4 on: April 01, 2015, 08:32:00 AM »

 
i did a check down Brigantine, to see if i could see anything going on down there.
i*d been near Hidden Beach & a Raven was chasing an immature Eagle around, & was even pestering him in the branches of a Tree.
i was kind of looking for what might be going on down there.
i got as far as the Brigantine Nest Tree, & spotted an Eagle perched on a branch at the top.
They were obviously not an adult, & no one was chasing them away.
There can be no eggs here, with someone like this hanging around so close.
i wonder if this pair have moved to another Tree?

Having a bit of a scratch.

march 31 2015 16:35 - sub-adult in Brigantine Nest Tree





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Camera just not focusing well, darn.



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