North Fort Myers, Florida – A famous eagle hatch watch named Harriet is in the works.
Ginny Pritchett McSpadden says, “Within the next 24 hours you should see pips or cracks in the eggs here.
As the time draws near, thousands will log on to the Southwest Florida Eagle Camera. Live streaming of the eagle and its eggs His video is broadcast from several angles.
Would love to catch a glimpse of Harriet, M15 and their Eagles.
“It just allows you to think and focus on something else outside of your daily routine,” says Pritchett McSpadden.
Ginnie Pritchett McSpadden is the co-founder of Southwest Florida Eagle Cams, which presents live footage from North Ft with Dick Pritchett Real Estate. Myers since 2012.
After Hurricane Ian, the area was devastated by storms, but the nest offered hope to others.
“We were a little paralyzed coming out of Hurricane Ian. We didn’t know how to take the next step, and the first,” said Pritchett McSpadden.
Khalid and M-15 took the lead.
“From the beginning, I was very worried that we wouldn’t be able to get our cameras back after Hurricane Ian hit us. I was able to fix it,” she said.
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Less than two days after the storm passed, the pair began rebuilding.
“The Eagles were rebuilding and basically had to start from stick 1,” said Pritchett McSpadden.
That one stick became a new nest.
After three months, Harriet’s two eggs were ready to hatch.
“Just seeing the eagles have the power to do that gave us strength. We were able to see so many similarities between the eagles, and there are things we can do,” said Pritchett McSpadden.
The Eagles have rebuilt their lives and continue to shine as a beacon for others to do so.
Pritchett McSpadden said, “It’s an amazing process and shows how resilient they are. Everything just comes at them and they’re natural instincts at their best all the time.” .
To watch the live feed: https://dickpritchettrealestate.com/southwest-florida-eagle-cam