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D20 HATCHED WITH A FLOURISH! RRP confirmed hatch at 10:42 AM CDT Monday, April 7, 2014 D19 HATCHED OVERNIGHT RRP confirmed hatch at 11:29 PM Thursday, April 3, 2014 D18 HAS ARRIVED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! RRP confirmed hatch at 9:22 AM Wednesday, April 2, 2014 Want to comment on something about chat? EGG 3! EGG 2! EGG! January 19, 2014 The News You've Been Waiting For Beginning Monday, February 17, 2014, we will move to our full day schedule of 8 AM – 8 PM, 7 days a week. December 16, 2013 RRP has announced lodging information for the RRP ATF 2014 event. December 4, 2013 Save the date! October 28, 2013 The Ustream Chat Mods were busy on RRP Forum. Ustream Mods Want You To Know - Entertainment Decorah Weather Forecast April 17, 2013: Nest Etiquette For those of you visiting nests, here is a Nest Etiquette compendium. 1. With special thanks to Elfruler, Iverburl, Pagent, and RRP for suggestions. For additional news and updates, see the links below: Chatting is a privilege not a right. 1. 2. 3. 4.

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Elk Island National Park Cameras Capture Elusive Black Bears (PHOTOS) Elk Island National Park is one of the best places to catch a glimpse of bison up close, but not many of the park's 200,000 visitors each year get the chance to see a bear. Wildlife researchers set up cameras in the park in the hopes of capturing photos of smaller animals. Instead, they got photos of black bears roaming the park, which is about 35 kilometres east of Edmonton. The cameras are part of the Moraine Mesocarnivore Project, a community effort put together by Alberta Parks in collaboration with Alberta Innovates, the Friends of Elk Island National Park and Beaver Hills Initiative.

Duke Farm Eagles 2011 Update 4/1/2014 The 3rd egg has hatched. The 3rd eaglet is smaller than the other 2 who hatched on the same day. Update 3/31/2014 The 3rd egg appears to now have a pip (hole) in the shell. Hatch should occur today or tomorrow. Playful Puppy Interrupts Weatherman's Forecast - AOL On Tags: GeoBeats,mike sobel,mike sobel dog,mike sobel puppy,news,playful puppy forecast,playful puppy weather,puppy play forecast,puppy play weather,weatherman puppy,weird news Grab video code: Transcript As adorable as they are, it's hard to predict what dogs would do in certain situations. Stork nest in Lithuania Watch without ads Ustream © Search Log in / Sign up With Facebook (faster) Log in or sign up with Facebook See what your friends like and watch, get awesome recommendations Instant login, no passwords

Christian the Lion About Christian the Lion is a phenomenally popular video clip from the 1971 Australian documentary Christian, The Lion at World’s End featuring a domesticated lion recognizing his owners a year after being successfully integrated into the wild. The video is usually accompanied by a happy-sad song and is most notorious in chain-mails. The stories behind 3 amazing, award-winning wildlife photos Photo: Michael "Nick" Nichols/National Geographic National Geographic magazine is known for its out-of-this-world photography, so it's no wonder that three of the magazine's contributing photographers would dominate the 2014 Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards, one of the world's most prestigious photography competitions. Now in its 50th year, the awards are presented by the British Natural History Museum and BBC Worldwide. The competition attracted more than 42,000 entries from amateur and professional photographers around the globe, but it was American photographer Michael "Nick" Nichols who nabbed the grand prize title for his beautiful photo "The Last Great Picture," which was previously featured in National Geographic magazine. The stunning image, seen above, also won the competition's award for best black and white photo. Watch the video below to learn how Nichols was able to get so up-close and intimate with these big cats:

Decorah Eagle Nest » Iowa Outdoors Thanks to a computer and some other marvels of modern technology, Bob Anderson has been able to open a window to one of natures wonders... An Eagles nest in N.E. Iowa. From a garage near the state fish hatchery in Decorah, he shares the view with the rest of world, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day over the Internet, at ustream.tv/decoraheagles. Bob Anderson, Director of Raptor Resource Project: “Last year we had 78,000 unique computers logging on from 130 different countries. I thought that was incredible.

23 Incredibly Adorable Facts About Animals. Animals don't have to do much to make us say "awww!" Simply rolling around, making a silly face, or just being very sleepy can be enough to kill us with cuteness. The bar isn't set too high, which makes these adorable facts all the more heart-melting. These Gorgeous Photographs Capture Animals Enjoying Fall. Autumn is about more than pumpkin spice lattes, scarves, and sweaters. While we get carried away with all of those things it can be easy to forget that the true beauty of the season is in nature, not a mall. These photographs of animals basking in the fall foliage will fill you with more heartwarming joy than you'll find in any seasonal beverage can provide. Taking a peek of all the pretty colors. This cute cub loves to frolic in the leaves. This curious fox blends right in.

These Animals Have Shocked Faces Because Of What You Did. You know that awkward face your dog makes that's a little too human for comfort? We may project our own human emotions on our cuddly ones, but sometimes you have to wonder what they think and why they react in certain ways. These animals are obviously in complete shock over what you just did. What did you do to these animals that they would make these faces? Take it back! 1.) Strange, Beautiful and Unexpected: Planned Cities Seen From Space Most planned cities probably aren't designed with the view from space in mind, but some of them create incredible patterns on the landscape that can only be truly appreciated from above. Planned cities are laid out all at once and built from scratch. They are designed with a purpose in mind: to optimize traffic flow, or to maximize access to green space or to keep everyone in their proper place. They are born from many different inspirations. Some are a compromise between two cities vying to be their country's capitol, built in between in neutral territory on previously undeveloped land.

Squirrel Cam Catching Squirrels In The Act As humans, we prepare for winter by pulling out our bulky sweaters and scarves and stocking up on soup. While we inch closer to dusting off our space heaters and unfolding our electric blankets, these adorable adorable critters seem to be focused on one thing: food. If you ever wanted to know what squirrels look like when they've hit the nut jackpot, then Squirrel Cam is the Facebook page for you. A mid-munch squirrel is a sight that's awesome to see. 17 Animal Family Photos Cuter Than Your Family Photos. Family photo day is always a hassle. It might be scientifically impossible to gather everyone together in nice clothes without anyone making a goofy face. Your only hope is that the photographer managed to get at least one decent photo where you all look like a normal, happy family.

These Cats Can Fit Into Just About Anything. People in New York always complain about how small their apartments are and how much they cost. Those people should take some notes from these cats. They seem to have mastered living in tight quarters and for a tiny cost. If only we could all live in cardboard boxes like these cats (and preferably without roommates)...

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