There are actually three cameras below the dam on Lake Red Rock (one pointed to the dam, one to the river, and one downstream towards Horns Ferry Bridge), but we only see one at a time. Each camera also has digital zoom, but no infra-red for night…
There are actually three cameras below the dam on Lake Red Rock (one pointed to the dam, one to the river, and one downstream towards Horns Ferry Bridge), but we only see one at a time. Each camera also has digital zoom, but no infra-red for night viewing.
Gladys Black Environmental Education Project...helping you create a sense of place.
Place is more than a name, but knowing the inter-relationship of the stories of the animals, plants, soil, water, and people -- then, now, and what is yet to come.
Check out the Gladys Black Eagle website at http://www.GladysBlackEagle.org!
•The home page will have a monthly theme, a weekly ‘Mystery Critter’ for you to be your own nature detective, raptor, bird, and natural resource news and feature items, videos, and other cool stuff!
•Look at the About Us page to see who is part of this dedicated group (http://www.gladysblackeagle.org/about-us) and the Milestones sub-page to see the camera milestones and information about the 2012 goose nest (http://www.gladysblackeagle.org/milestones)
•Go on a ‘virtual field trip’ on the Photos page (http://www.gladysblackeagle.org/photos)
•Natural resource topics with reputable, fact-based links where you can “Learn More” are at http://www.gladysblackeagle.org/learn-more
•The Project Ideas page will be the landing page for the monthly activity ideas and prompts featured on the home page. These are great activity starters for your group. (http://www.gladysblackeagle.org/project-ideas)
•As our ‘Video Vignettes’ are finished, each will be posted / linked here! (http://www.gladysblackeagle.org/video-project)
•Don’t forget to stop by the Sponsors page (http://www.gladysblackeagle.org/donors) and when you stop by or visit with one of these local businesses to thank them for their support of the Gladys Black Environmental Educational Project.
•The FAQ (frequently asked questions) will be an ever-evolving page as those really inspired questions are heard at school or public programs, are asked in relation to a nest camera feed, or in some way come across our "desk." http://www.gladysblackeagle.org/faq
If you have any comments, thoughts, questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.
Background photo credit to Ron Huelse (left) and Larry Dau.