Tuesday, 14 April 2009

Bald Eagles on camera

The Hancock Wildlife Foundation has live webcams of nesting Bald Eagles in British Columbia, Canada.

There are two eggs in this nest and they must be close to hatching, that will be worth seeing. Note, the cameras can be a couple of seconds out of sync.

There are more eagle cams at the Hancock Wildlife Foundation and the Seattle Times has a news report.
via GrrlScientist.
UPDATE: I had missed this earlier but the Sydney new nest has chicks. I've seen 2 but the forum says there are 3!

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