Bald Eagles nest Port Colborne
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Bald Eagles nest Port Colborne

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Mike357

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A pair of Eagels have built a beautiful nest in Port Colborne on INCO property on the east side of the canal.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RUFH3XhvyDk
There is a few more videos on youtube
Mike
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yep  :!:

A relative sent me an email a few minutes ago regarding the Eagles nest.

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We out by there today. didn't see it  but there were photographers sitting beside they cars with big cameras
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Same area where the Spotted Towhee was a couple of years ago near the Lake.

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flkr...http://www.flickr.com/photos/36614671@N06/   Recent updates 2017 old pics
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I was there yesterday, they were aweseome, was told there were three eggs and the locals are waiting patiently for the young to hatch.
I was also told that they were trying to convince Inco to put an Eagle Cam not sure what the outcome of that will be (probably not)

This is on private property and fenced off, there is lots of marshland there as well, the sounds of frogs "chirping" was almost deafening LOL! but I could not even see ONE! they are well hidden.

Irene
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Vince

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Hi Irene,
Sue and I are going to Port Colborne next weekend ane would like to see the nest. Can you give me some directions please?
Thanks
Vince
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Love Looking for eagles, any chance of getting a closer address than port colbourne. would be easier than looking for the traffic jam . thanks John
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Mike357

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Reuter Road,
Turn south on welland st from Hwy 3 (east side of canal) go left on Durham st INCO will be on your right old rail trail on your left, Durham st turns into Reuter Rd at the bend.
MIKE
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Thanks Mike
Vince
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My good friend Phil and I drove down yesterday (Saturday) afternoon to see the Eagles.  The female was in the nest the entire time we were there, the male sat in a tree not too far from the nest and flew off three times in search of food.  What a beautiful sight, well worth the trip!

Walter
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Any updates on the Bald Eagles?
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Any updates on the Bald Eagles?
one chick survived, haven't been out there but my friend went out, they are harder to see now with all the trees :(
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Thanks for the update Irene,  let's hope the last chick lives to fledge.
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