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Please help support the Golden Eagle camera! To make a donation towards the substantial cost of getting these images on the internet, please go to the East Cascades Audubon Society donation page, and select the Golden Eagle Cam as the payment destination.
Thanks to the Deschutes Land Trust on whose Aspen Hollow Preserve the nest is located. The cooperation of the DLT was instrumental in successfully rescuing and re-nesting one of 2019's eaglets, Whychus, and their continued support for this nest cam project is gratefully acknowledged. www.deschuteslandtrust.org
A special thanks to Yellowknife Wireless (www.ykwc.com) for their support of this project. They have generously allotted ECAS a bonus deal that gives us unlimited bandwidth for a reduced price. If you need or know someone who needs internet service in the Central Oregon area, pass on our recommendation that this is a good company to work with.
For those not familiar with the ivideon features: you can click in the blue bar below the image to go to the time shown where you click and review the recorded video. For folks posting times of activities, you can use either time, the time on the time line or the time in the date and location heading in the image to refer to that activity. You can zoom in on the time line with the + and - buttons to the lower right of the image. You can click on the date bar on the lower left of the image to go to another day. When looking at a recording, you can click on "live" to get back to the live image. Sometimes we will pull video clips and post them on youtube but with 10 days of recording it won't be necessary to do that as often as in the past. You can start view video by clicking in the center of the image of anywhere on the blue timeline.
You can comment on this page. Click on one of the blue "Comments" links to see comments. This page is working as a single blog post with continuing comments and replies as we have done in the past. You can go to past years' comments, too, if you are willing to page back over many, many comments. This comment thread has been active since 2015.
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