Our family of eagles, Romeo & Juliet and their offspring Samson & Delilah, have departed the area. Romeo and Juliet are probably along the Chesapeake somewhere, or on the James River in Virginia enjoying a well-deserved break from parenting.
Samson and Delilah are at the beginning of a steep learning curve. In their first year, they must master hunting skills and learn to survive in the wild. We wish them safe journeys. For the next 4 years or so, they will go on many adventures, eventually choosing mates and raising families of their own.
Our amazing Axis PTZ (pan, tilt, zoom) camera, featured on this page, captured every tiny detail in the nest, and we are planning to add another PTZ cam to this nest for our next season, which will begin in September, 2014.
We are one of the first "live" nests of the season, and our cam operators and moderators have made this a "nest to be" for all the thousands and thousands of chatters who have joined us.
In the meantime, we invite you to relive some magic moments in the NEFL Bald Eagle nest by visiting the Scrapbook Page which has been created to remember the 2013-2014 season.
We look forward to the return of Romeo and Juliet in late August or early September 2014. When that happens, our HD nest cams will once again go "live" and we will all "gather at the nest" (virtually, of course) to watch the next nesting season unfold.
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