Yes go right ahead,, Thr E's would be honored to be in your book... Thumper
On 3/4/2013 8:22 AM, Shelley Geiger wrote: > > > > Mar 04, 2013 at 7:22 AM > Name: Shelley Geiger > Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org > Subject: Lake of the Ozark Eagles > Message: Hello! I'm a teacher in the St. Charles School District (St. Charles MO). The after school program I work in, Project Read and Reach (grades K-4), is working on a wildlife service learning project called "Operation Wildlife". We have been learning about bald eagles and are particularly interested in eagles in our own state - Missouri. We would like to ask permission if it would be possible to use some of Wild Earth's photos of eagles: Einstein and Elsie for our class book on Missouri Bald Eagles we are writing. The purpose of our book is to promote an awareness of protection and conservation of Missouri wildlife. We are enjoying documenting what happens to eagles Einstein and Elsie this season. Our book would be for distribution to students and parents only, within our school district. It most likely would be free, however if any donations were made for wildlife as a result of the book, all proceeds would be donated to a state or national wildlife organization for wildlife protection. If you'd like to know more about Project Read and Reach please visit our website at www.projectreadreach.weebly.com. Visit our Service Learning page to see other projects students have worked on this school year. Thank you for your time. Shelley Geiger
lostmarbles: HAPPY B'DAY SUE!
Feb 2, 2013 20:57:40 GMT -6
thumper59: I think i might like the new forum setup
Feb 3, 2013 4:45:57 GMT -6
thumper59: Looks as if just a 2 egg clutch this year,,,, good for the e's,, last year 3 was a real challenge
Feb 17, 2013 7:46:47 GMT -6
mimiw2: Baja Your pictures are amazing! How wonderful that you can see these eagles daily. I've only seen eagles in person once in my life and I'm in my 60s. What a thrill it must be to live near them! You should publish a book about these eagles.
Jun 22, 2013 9:16:50 GMT -6
mizrob: your pics are amazing, am so glad you're able to get out, take 'em, and share them with us. THANK YOU!!!! believe me they are appreciated on many levels...
Jul 12, 2013 4:29:27 GMT -6
iawatcher: I'm so glad someone like you lives right by E&E and like to follow them. Wonderful to see them and also the area around there. First I'd seen the dam. It's really something when turkey vultures roost together, I'd seen that one time, amazing.
Oct 12, 2013 10:26:52 GMT -6
iawatcher: Oh the bird you were't sure of, looks like a cormorant.
Oct 12, 2013 10:27:08 GMT -6
meallen013: Wonderful pictures Baja. I hope we meet sometime when I'm at the lake this summer.
Apr 21, 2014 17:32:11 GMT -6
iawatcher: Thank you again Baja! You got some of the most amazing shots, especially the ones of Stein's feather falling out, wow! The nests were interesting and pelicans were great.
Apr 22, 2014 0:45:46 GMT -6
iawatcher: Pure speculation, but if their eggs aren't going to hatch I wonder if that would make Elsie more tolerant of the other eagles. Just a wild guess and not asking.
Apr 22, 2014 0:46:20 GMT -6
rebrosa: Super pictures Baja
May 23, 2014 10:49:42 GMT -6