You are now a wildlife biologist! Watch your baby eaglets grow and develop with these live cams!
Eagle Nest Observation
The Raptor Resource Project installed livestream cameras for scientific research and you get to watch as these eagles raise their young! The Decorah Eagles have been a couple since 2007 and they have returned to Decorah every year to raise their chicks. A chick named "D1" was fitted with a GPS tracker and researchers discovered that their child flies to Polar Bear Provincial Park in the Arctic Latitudes of Ontario, Canada, during the warm season every year.
Fraser Point, California
The female (A-46) hatched at the Pelican Harbor nest on Santa Cruz Island in 2006 was the first known bald eagle to hatch on the Channel Islands since 1950. The male, A-64 was hatched at the Pelican Harbor nest in 2008. He was knocked out of the nest by a subadult eagle and had a puncture in his beak. After being treated at a veterinarians, he was released back on Santa Cruz from a hacking tower. This pair has been breeding since 2012 and successfully raised 3 chicks at this nest in 2017. EXPLORE is the largest live nature cam network on the planet. EXPLORE.org takes you from Kenya, Africa to the riverbanks of Katmai, Alaska and everywhere in between.
Make careful observations about the parenting behaviors of these nesting eagle pairs and leave your comments below.
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