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Richmond Eagle Pair

This pair of eagles is located along the James River in Richmond Virginia. The nest is situated in a solid top crotch, approximately 90 feet up in an isolated loblolly pine. This breeding territory was discovered in the spring of 1995 when a pair of adult eagles was observed attending a nest on an island in the James River. The pair produced no chicks during their first year. A single chick was produced in 1996 and the territory has been occupied continuously since that time. The original nest was abandoned and the pair built this nest in 2001. The pair has used this nest for more than ten years and since 2001 has produced 18 chicks including 2 in 2011.

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At night an infrared light provides night vision to viewers through the cam.
Infrared light is not visible to eagles, they do not see it or know it is there.

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