What fans are saying on the Raptor Resource Project LiveCam page: "like watching human babies grow up-- only sped up a hundred times
The Decorah eaglets are growing faster than flubber on steroids and their instruments of annihilation are already scary looking.
Last week the Decorah Eaglets were pestered by flies. The flies seem to have disappeared this week and the eagle family was relaxed when I loo…
See flies that can kill eagles or just make them uncomfortable.
Near the end of this video, the older eaglet has a big bulge on its chest.
You can check out all the amazing Raptor Resource Project Livecams.
The Decorah North eagle eggs are expected to started hatching about March 23.
Check out all the wonderful Raptor Resource Project Livecams.
You can check out the Decorah eagles live at the North nest on YouTube.
You may not be to observe the Decorah eagle babies usually seen in Decorah, Iowa, by the fish hatchery because the mating pair has built a new…
This video is about eagle food sharing, and with little ones hatching in the coming weeks we are going to enjoy seeing a lot of it.
According to the Raptor Resource Project, if you had the eyes of an eagle, you could see a rabbit over 3 miles away and a mouse almost 150 yar…
In the coming weeks we'll see that eagles are like human parents in many ways.
This time of year, humans have a lot of trouble with mice invasions. Well, eagles have the same problems in their nests.
There are many names for the coyote, one of the most adaptable animals on this planet. A member of the animal family that also includes foxes,…
Last week, I asked for help in identifying a small falcon photographed by the Raptor Resource Project in Decorah, Iowa. Thanks to everyone who…
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The Mississippi River Flyway Camera on the Wisconsin shores shows an eagle slipping on the ice and another irritated with some sandhill cranes.
Glen Loyd's Christmas video is full of wonderful birds, and the music is Carol of the Bells.
The Flyway camera on the Wisconsin shore of the Mississippi River shows eagles monitoring migrating birds resting on their way south
When can you see daytime moon?
The Flyway camera on the Wisconsin shore of the Mississippi River captures migrating birds and a full moon in this week's brief music video.
This is the second story I've done on the Great Gray Owl.
Out my studio window on the Rock River in Janesville, Canadian geese practice for their flight south when the river freezes.
You can watch the Wisconsin shore Mississippi River Flywaycam live on YouTube.
I called the bully birds in this video "little," but they are actually pretty big.
Adolescent eagles practice attacking pelicans which do not take them seriously.
This is a fascinating example of cooperation among adolescent eagles. Perhaps they are siblings.
As a major tributary the Rock River and its birds and wildlife are one with the Mississippi.
The sky over my Janesville home on the Rock River is crowded with geese, ducks, eagles, hawks, great blue herons and many other birds.
As you will see in this updated story, Janesville and Rock County produced a a young man who would become a Hollywood superstar, Kerwin Mathews.
The Raptor Resource Project has established a new bird cam on an island in the heart of the Mississippi River’s Driftless area.
WI DNR says the discovery in 2016 of a Mississippi Kite nest in Janesville was the first nest found in Wisconsin.
WWII vets including pilots were airborne again last summer in Janesville thanks to the War Bird organization forced to cancel this year's appearance.
Why the beautiful barn owl is endangered and having hard time making a living in Southern Wisconsin.
With Covid restrictions, the Henry Villas Zoo in Madison has reopened as well as the Milwaukee County Zoo.
These scenes come from a day's recording of one of Mpala East African Live Cams.
Rare glimpse of Decorah parent in full protective majesty. A personal favorite of mine from last year.
Her baby passed weeks ago but this white stork in the town of Wamel in the Netherlands can't stop mothering. Take a live look. What do you think?
Not only will you find birds in this video of the Grand Canyon but a surprising number of waterfalls reaching the blast-furnace basin. Water i…
The two Decorah eagle fledglings outfitted with satellite tracking transmitters are given a close inspection by the third member of the three …
A second Decorah eaglet fledgling has been fitted with a satellite tracking transmitter.
To study and protect the American Bald Eagle, the Raptor Resource Project works with scientists to track them.
The world-wide famous eagle fledglings of Decorah, Iowa receive catered meals from mom and dad who dip into he nearby fish hatchery all day along.
The majestic and cuddly Decorah eaglets are getting ready to fly.
Good discussion about this fledgling at Explore.org.
Black flies continue their assault on the Decorah eaglets.
In my video, black flies begin their assault on the Decorah eaglets.
The eaglets at Decorah and Decorah North are all past the halfway point in nest life.
Watch the Decorah eaglets live on YouTube.
Bald eagles usually fledge between 75 and 80 days of age, so DN12 is just about halfway through life in the nest!
Sometimes eagles eat so much they can't fly!
How do you feed eagle babies who can take advantage of smaller siblings? Watch an experienced mother.
With the Decorah eagle babies, it is the survival of the fittest.
All 5 Decorah eaglets have hatched--3 at the Decorah nest by the fish hatchery and 2 at the Decorah North nest.
Experience one of the first Decorah eaglet feedings of 2020.
Be sure to see last scene of this video where the eagle seems desperate for its mate to return.
The Decorah eagle eggs will be hatching soon (late March to early April). This nest has three eggs and is taking a squirming delivery from the…
John believes Stan Milam saved this year's Washington Seminar by developing a virtual field study experience.
As you will see in this video, the Decorah Eagles nod off to sleep like we do. But do they dream?
The Raptor Resource Project says the Decorah eagles have two barbs on their tongues to lift and pull food to the back of their long mouths.
The Decorah eagles have started laying eggs now which must be rolled over every one to two hours to insure blood vessel development.
Expect Decorah eagle eggs any day now as Mom and Dad finishing fussing with the nest.
The Decorah eagles are warmer than you think.
Here's a steamboat music video that I created years ago that virtually no one has seen until now.
If all goes well, Decorah eagle egg are just several weeks away.
The Raptor Resource Project says the Decorah eagles usually lay eggs in mid-February--just 10 to 15 days after successful mating. Hatch is usu…
Sub-adult eagles are dropping in on the Decorah nests, noodling with the architecture.
The Decorah eagles are spending their time mating and chasing away creatures invading their territory.
Tufted Titmice seem shy at the winter birdfeeder, but when they nest, hang on to your hairdo.
With Paul Ryan joining the effort to help redraw voting districts, John believes this gerrymandering thwarts the will of the people.
The Janesville Moose Lodge has been torn down, but the polka fests there are not forgotten.
Indians lived along the Rock River since the Middle Ages in Europe.
John and his wife enjoyed “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood,” though John cautions it's not necessarily a movie for kids.
The Russian Spacecraft Soyuz transports international astronauts to the Space Station.
As we watched the two Decorah eagle nests this year, only three eaglets survived...just barely after forced from their nests prematurely by bl…
See Decorah eagles released to Mother Nature after forced from their nests prematurely by swarms of biting black flies
"How beautiful leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days!" -- John Burroughs
Glen Loyd helped consumers as the Action man at WLUK-TV in Green Bay.
John is thankful that Monday will be observed as Indigenous Peoples’ Day rather than Columbus Day.