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Glen Loyd Videos: Hello Hawk!
Glen Loyd Videos: Hello Hawk!
A very big Red-tailed hawk flew very close to Glen and let him take all the photos he wanted.
Glen Loyd Videos: Listen to the red-wing black birds
Glen Loyd Videos: Listen to the red-wing black birds
Our friends—the red-wing black birds—are fun to watch and hear, but don’t get too close to their nests because you might get dive bombed.
Glen Loyd Videos: Crabby and the cool crow
Glen Loyd Videos: Crabby and the cool crow
Glen shares video of a couple of crabs and a crow with the softest call he's ever heard.
Glen Loyd Videos: Stuffed Decorah eagle babies
Glen Loyd Videos: Stuffed Decorah eagle babies
Glen provides an update on the two baby eagles in Decorah, Iowa, who are "growing like weeds."
Glen Loyd Videos: Hope running out for third Decorah hatch?
Glen Loyd Videos: Hope running out for third Decorah hatch?
Glen has more video of the two baby eagles in Decorah, but it doesn't look like there will be a third hatching.
Glen Loyd Videos: Decorah eagles, table for two
Glen Loyd Videos: Decorah eagles, table for two
Glen has video of two hungry Decorah baby eagles provided by the Decorah Eagle cam.
Glen Loyd Videos: Feeding time again for Decorah eagle baby
Glen Loyd Videos: Feeding time again for Decorah eagle baby
With frequent baby feedings, there are lot of fun things to see on the live Decorah, Iowa EagleCam.
Glen Loyd Videos: Decorah eagle eggs begin hatching
Glen Loyd Videos: Decorah eagle eggs begin hatching
The Decorah, Iowa eagle eggs have begun hatching and you can catch it all on a live stream.
Glen Loyd Videos: Willkommen...Sprechen Sie Deutsch
Glen Loyd Videos: Willkommen...Sprechen Sie Deutsch
Norwegians were pioneers in Rock County, WI, but more immigrants came from Germany.
Glen Loyd Videos: British tell Wisconsin about its Cornwall, England immigrants
Glen Loyd Videos: British tell Wisconsin about its Cornwall, England immigrants
Cornwall, a county at the southwest tip of Great Britain, played an important role in the settlement of southern Wisconsin.