Adult cam live male web
One hundred fifty-three of these were active (laid eggs) and 118 were successful in producing 190 young.
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The Endangered and Nongame Species Program and the Conserve Wildlife Foundation of NJ support their work and conduct the on-site banding and provide biological consulting.
In 2017 there were 178 nesting eagle pairs monitored in New Jersey.
2/20/18 The pair continues to incubate and a third egg could be laid today.
There was some excitement at the nest this morning when a banded NJ intruder bird came into the nest.
In 2015 & 2016 the pair laid their eggs each three days apart.
The pair built a new nest 100ft south of the eagle camera in late December 2012.
If they follow their past behavior the second egg should be laid tomorrow afternoon.
In 2015 & 2016 the pair laid two eggs, in 2014 they laid three and then two eggs again in 2013.
C/94 and the NJ banded female returned to the original nest in mid December and were seen working on the nest.
The pair hasn't been seen for the past few days and could be at their second nest location, Cyndi will keep us updated.
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We we can't always expect a third egg to be laid.