27 Apr '11, 10pm

Train your eagle-eyes on the Channel Islands eagle cam and watch as a new chick comes into its own:

Bald Eagle Beverly & Pack/Flickr Break on Through to the Other Side April 18 — The bald eagles of the Channel Islands have added another greatest hit to their repertoire with the birth of a new eaglet. Eagles A-40 and A-27, who have taken up residence on the Sauces Canyon nest on Santa Cruz Island, successfully hatched a chick on Saturday, April 9 . You can watch video of the momentous event here . As always, keep your eyes peeled on the eagle cam and the discussion board . And don’t forget to check out the IWS’s own Peter Sharpe over at Cool Green Scienc e, where he blogs about the new eagle cam and the joy of watching new life hatch on Santa Cruz Island. Ready for Their Close-Up April 8 — Been missing the bald eagles of Santa Cruz Island? Have no fear; a new eagle cam is here . While last year’s darlings K-10 and K-26 have relocated to a new nest, eagles A-28 and A-29 ha...

Full article: http://www.nature.org/ourinitiatives/regions/northamerica...

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