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Wow, and I watched the link, thank you all.
Kossamu, Robin and Lori, you are so lucky to have known about this site, and been able to see nature at it's best. From now on I will be joining you all. Thank you all.♥☺♥
I am also addicted to this site! It's even better when the Park Rangers speak on 'Live-Cam'... They give a 'play-by-play' from a viewing platform only 30 ft. away! (crazy?) Thanks for the pic Irene! ~ Lori
we have about 6 or so eagle cams around here.....and I just love to watch all the babies when they come....I love eagles and geese
❤️❤️ The season is over of today, but enjoyed three Eagle nests thru the cam..Just a wonderful experience and so sad when the young flee the coop! ❤️❤️
Thank you Robin, yes these live cams are wonderful, otherwise unless we travel there, we would never see this view of nature. So many people are so generous with their donations, thank goodness.Thanks Robin.
really cool picture irene.....I too go to a site to watch the bears and other animals (http://explore.org/live-cams/player/brown-bear-salmon-cam-brooks-falls).........it is a great page too...there are two bears in the river right now trying to catch.....it is amazing to watch these live cams.....I am so glad that so many people have donated to keep them going (companies and individuals).......thanks..robin
Thank you so much Kossamu, I really enjoyed seeing that. I have added the link above and given you the credit. ☺♥☺
No problem Dave, I hope you eat fish, salmon's on the menu.
If you go to "Brooks Falls in Alaska" google it..you will make this picture come alive..I really enjoy watching these beautiful animals catching the jumping salmons.. ❤️❤️
Cute, Irene !!!!! Remember to bring the "Pic-a-nik" basket . . . .
I would have said the U.S. but the only park I've heard of is Jellystone.
This is probably somewhere in the Pacific Northwest - U.S. or Canada. Salmon returning to their spawning grounds to lay eggs and die are sought after by the bear population.