Tag: Institute for Wildlife Studies

Wild Success for Channel Islands Bald Eagle Restoration Program

Written by | April 30th, 2012

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Wildlife biologist Peter Sharpe shares why the 2012 bald eagle nesting season on California’s Channel Islands has already exceeded expectations.

The Channel Islands Bald Eagle Population Takes Off

Written by | June 28th, 2011

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A bald eagle chick known as A-73 is now a webcam star. We’ve seen his first wing exercises and his banding, but his latest milestone is the most exciting yet.

Live Eagle Cam: A New View on Nesting Bald Eagles

Written by | April 18th, 2011

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Bald eagles are once again nesting on our Santa Cruz Island preserve, this time at a new location. Biologist Peter Sharpe explains what’s happening at the new site.

California Eagles: Flying High

Written by | August 2nd, 2010

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Wildlife biologist Peter Sharpe explains why the return of bald eagles to the Channel Islands is one of California’s greatest conservation success stories.

And Eaglets Make Four

Written by | April 5th, 2010

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Two bald eaglets have hatched on the Conservancy’s Santa Cruz Island preserve in California! Learn more and watch the action with a live nest cam.

Return of Eagle Nest Cam

Written by | March 4th, 2010

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The bald eagles of California’s Santa Cruz Island have returned to their nests. And once again, the egg-olution will be televised by webcam — find out more!

Bald Eagle Video: Mama Feeds Chick!

Written by | April 10th, 2009

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Our preserve on Santa Cruz Island has been the site of some amazing conservation work by The Nature Conservancy and its partners — the restoration of the adorable, cat-sized Santa Cruz Island foxes; protection of rare species (12 of which are found nowhere else); and the overall reversal of 150 years of habitat degradation by […]

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