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Add Some Fun and Excitement to Your Classroom

February 19, 2016

It’s February! It’s that time of year when students, classrooms AND teachers need rejuvenating. If you are looking for something new and exciting to follow in your classroom, consider the Decorah Live Eagle Cam. The Live Cam follows a pair of bald eagles from the mating season until the young adults leave the nest. The exciting news is that the first egg was laid yesterday. Mom and Dad are now taking turns keeping the egg warm and turning it. It is expected that another egg will be laid in the next few days. It’s fun, exciting, and educational to watch. Use it in your classroom and share it with your families. The Live Cam is sponsored by the Raptor Resource Project. Enjoy!

(TEACHERS/EDUCATORS, If you have not already done so, please complete this Decorah Eagle Cam Teacher/Educator Questionnaire. USTREAM has partnered with RRP to provide ads-free viewing for schools. Please email us for the details to set up ads-free viewing for your classroom.)

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  1. March 22, 2017 9:00 am

    Reblogged this on From Surviving to Thriving and commented:

    This year’s hatch will be around March 30. Check out eagle watch 2017.

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