The Southwest Florida Eagle Cam (SWFEC) will get a different kind of exposure this weekend with the release of the new movie “Moms Night Out” featuring Patricia Heaton, the well-known star of Everybody Loves Raymond and The Middle, Sarah Drew (Grey’s Anatomy), Sean Astin (LORD OF THE RINGS) and platinum-selling country recording artist Trace Adkins.
In the movie, the eagle parents, Harriet & Ozzie, are showcased as role models in tending to their young’s needs and providing constant shelter, protection and nourishment. “So many times we have heard how life mimics nature and what amazing parents Harriet & Ozzie are to their young,” says Andy Pritchett, the project manager for the camera and son of landowner Richard Pritchett. “We couldn’t be more pleased to partner with the producers to make this happen and hope this will help grow our network of viewers and continue to keep the Southwest Florida Eagle Cam on the map.”
In the story, Allyson (Sarah Drew) and her friends long for a peaceful, grown-up evening of dinner and talk–a long-overdue “moms’ night out.” But to indulge in high heels, adult conversation, and not having to cut anyone else’s meat, their husbands will need to watch the kids for a few hours. What could go wrong? Watch the trailer for some hilarious and possible ideas!
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MOMS’ NIGHT OUT is a Kevin Downes Production of an Erwin Brothers Film. MOMS’ NIGHT OUT is directed by The Erwin Brothers, and produced by Kevin Downes in association with Four Boys Films and Pure Flix Entertainment.
History of the Eagles
Harriet and Ozzie have been calling North Fort Myers their winter home for over twenty years and typically reside in the nest between the months of October and April. This active pair of birds have been laying eggs and raising fledgling eagles for the past several years. During season one of the SWFEC, the eagle couple, whom mate for life, hatched two eaglets. Facebook followers of SWFEC, voted on the names of the eaglets and then faithfully tuned in as they developed, fledged the nest March 25 and left the area in late May. Season two brought on new challenges and memories for viewers with one sibling perishing early in the season and the surviving eaglet,E4, developing slowly but successfully fledging the nest.
About Dick Pritchett Real Estate
Founded in 1950 by Richard H. (Dick) Pritchett Jr., Dick Pritchett Real Estate has been serving Southwest Florida for over 60 years. Specializing in commercial, industrial and residential lots, Dick Pritchett Real Estate is a family owned and operated company that helps clients with every aspect of buying or selling real estate. Calling Southwest Florida home, Dick Pritchett Real Estate strives to provide customers with top notch service by helping clients find the location that best suits their current and future needs. For more information, visit our website at http://www.dickpritchettrealestate.com.
The Southwest Florida Eagle Cam Foundation was created by the Pritchett family so viewers and philanthropists can donate to help maintain the camera for future live streams and projects. To learn more or to donate, click here.