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Bald Eagle Eggs in the Nest

From the MN DNR Our EagleCam nest has its first and second eggs!  On Monday, February 19, during a cozy ice storm here in Minnesota, the beloved mother at our EagleCam laid her first egg. The excitement came at about

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About the Birds

I haven’t had time to watch the DNR Eagle Camera lately but I did read an update about it. The eagles have been seen mating so eggs could be laid in as few as 10 days. If you want to

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Eagle Eggs Coming Soon

It’s time to start following the eagle camera again. From the MN DNR- We’ve continued to see the two adult eagles around the nest during this past week. Fresh sticks, grasses and sedges have appeared in the nest on several

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Awesome Eagle Video

I’ve never seen anything like this video our guest Brent Sticha posted on our Facebook Page. I had no clue eagles were capable of such a feat. Eagle vs. Trout from Brent Sticha on Vimeo.

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Loons are Loony, Bald Eagles are Crazy?

Crazy story! A Bald Eagle Is Somehow Fine After Getting Stuck in a Moving Car’s Grille By Andrew Del-Colle October 11, 2016 The bird, nicknamed Matthew, miraculously escaped with no major injuries and should be released back into the Florida

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What Happened to the Eagle’s Nest?

I don’t know how many years the eagle’s nest at Trail’s End Campground sat in the treetop but it is no longer there. A friend told me he had visited the campground loop earlier this spring and didn’t see the

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What’s New at Voyageur Canoe

I’m sure there’s at least one person who is waiting for an update on the bear situation at Voyageur. The good news is the bear hasn’t gotten into any buildings lately. He did bite into Elsa’s liquid laundry detergent and

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Minnesota’s Endangered Species

There’s new information from the Minnesota DNR about threatened and endangered species.  Some species have been removed while others have been added. These include plants and animals such as toads, turtles, dragonflies, birds, beetles and fish. It’s quite the impressive

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