The twelve that have fledged since then are named: Freedom, Spirit, Faith, Hope, Honor, Glory, Rudy, Star, Sky, Mercury, Gemini and Apollo.
Since the camera was installed 35 million visitors from around the world have tuned in to witness an American icon, the bald eagle, developing live within this unique eco-system.
The eaglets grow quickly and are ready to fly “fledge” in late May or early June.
Arconic is proud that our unwavering commitment to environmental sustainability is helping conserve our precious natural resources. While I still have not seen the egg, both parents are clearly taking turns tending to the egg and doing a pretty good job of keeping it hidden from the view of our cameras.
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'Hopefully this will keep them from getting naked in the library and help them use it to study!
We have been fighting some upload speed issues for a few days.
Based on what we saw last night I have to agree the egg arrived somewhere between 6 & 8 pm last night (CDT). While we wait for Liberty & Justice to produce their first egg of the season I wanted to share an update on the five kids we continue to track. All are in roughly the same places they have been for the last month or so.
To recap; Star is in southern Wisconsin; Sky is along the Mississippi River north of Burlington, Iowa; Mercury is in far southern Illinois; Gemini is just a little southwest of Peoria, Illinois; Finally Apollo is south of Joplin, Missouri.
A pair of bald eagles joined the Arconic Davenport community in Iowa in 2009.
They built their 7-foot nest on our 400-acre facility in a tree near the Mississippi River.