Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Wet Weather!

Hi All,

It is great to see these birds keeping the eggs covered throughout this very wet and cool weather we are experiencing in Maine. Keeping eggs warm along with turning eggs occasionally are critical for the embryo (and chick) to develop inside the egg. If all goes well we could see chicks hatch around April 12th...

Please keep in touch with questions and observations and continue to share this webcam with your friends and family. We will all be keeping watch.

All the Best,
Patrick Keenan
BioDiversity Research Institute


  1. Thanks for the update, Patrick.

    PLEASE note that at 12:22 pm this afternoon the time stamp on the cam switched back to EST, or 11:22 am. So the picture you just posted is actually 2:39:10 pm EDT!!

  2. Still no live stream???

  3. Just saw the two eggs for a minute until mama sat back down.

  4. What is the status on the live feed? The still updates are good, but the live feed from the old day's still can't be beat.

  5. Time stamp is again on EST.

  6. You might want to put a live link to the webcam, or to the briloon.org site, in the right-hand column on your blog so folks can have ready access to it.