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Local legend states that a little girl, around the same age as the one featured in the photograph, was killed playing on the train tracks that once ran through the area.Tania Woodward, president of the Greenwich Paranormal Research Team, told WTEN they had experienced a lot of paranormal activity in the area.Eagle mom Harriet and mate M15 welcomed their offspring, known as E9, or eaglet 9, at a.m.ET, according to the real estate company hosting the webcam. The baby bird's debut has been much anticipated since the hatching process began Thursday in Fort Myers, Florida, as people noticed the shell starting to crack on the video stream of the Southwest Florida Eagle Camera. The other bird could hatch any day now, observers say.Here’s a great 10-minute video in which Bettweiser talks about the film and how he went about recovering them in his lab at home: Bettweiser says he gets nervous when developing the first roll in any batch of film, since the results with that one often indicate how fruitful the rest of the batch will be.Luckily, in the case of these 31 WWII rolls from over 70 years ago, wonderful images emerged from the developing tank: You can find more of the rescued WWII photos on the Rescued Film Project website.
Then, 16 million people tuned in to watch Harriet and her former mate Ozzie raise two eaglets from their birth to fledge, according to the company's website.
In Aperture Priority mode, you set the aperture/f-stop while the camera sets the shutter speed. Refer to the camera’s light meter to help get the proper exposure.
Although every real SLR camera has a “fully automatic” mode, there is not one here—what’s the fun in that?
It takes about 10 to 12 weeks for a newborn eaglet to finally fledge, or fly from the nest.
This year, the eagle cam has amassed more than 60.8 million views as observers get a rare, close-up glimpse of these wild birds of prey, according to the site.