Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Bald Eagle Watching

One of several Live Streaming Wildlife Cams is located so that we can watch a female Bald Eagle tend to newly laid eggs in her nest, click here to see. The nest is in Western Canada. I've been watching it on and off for the last couple of days.

I don't know when her eggs are expected to hatch. She sits high above the trees and watches. She calls out occassionally and flies off but never for very long. I'm looking forward to seeing her bring food and feed her young ones.
It is possible to hear the other birds, airplanes and tree movements. It's like you are right there with her.


Evie said...

That is great! I linked to it but it is awfully dark still. =0) Thanks for sharing!

ellemenope said...

Very cool - looks like these (senior) eagles laid two eggs in 2006 that never hatched, 2007 raised two babies and never laid eggs last year. Can you tell which is mom and which is dad? I'm not that good. :)