HB9 and HB10 hatched on March 5 and 6 at The Bear Trace at Harrison Bay in Harrison, Tenn. A live feed is documenting the family’s progress, along with parents Elliot and Eloise.
A little less than a month ago, two eaglets hatched at the Harrison, Tenn., property, and an ongoing live feed continues to document the eagle family.
A golf sustainability event was hosted by the Harrison, Tenn., property on April 22, where attendees embarked on a wildlife walk, viewing first-hand some of the initiatives the club has implemented.
Two baby bald eagles were born over the weekend at the Harrison, Tenn., property. Named HB5 and HB6, the eaglets weight less than a pound each, but are garnering attention across the world with the help of a live “eagle cam.” The golf course will begin offering Eagle Tours next month.
A pair of bald eagles, Elliot and Eloise, is awaiting the arrival of two eaglets in a towering pine tree on the tenth hole of the Harrison, Tenn., golf course. The United States Golf Association contributed a live eagle cam to monitor each movement, from incubation through hatching, complete with microphone, pan and tilt zoom.
The Golf Course Superintendents Association of America and Golf Digest have named the 2013 winners, including Paul L. Carter, of The Bear Trace at Harrison Bay in Harrison, Tenn., as the overall winner. Golf course superintendents and their courses that have been named winners will be formally recognized February 5 at the 2014 Golf Industry Show in Orlando.