Friday, May 4, 2012

Live 24/7 Bald Eagle Camera

Need a break from everyday life? Wish you could get back to nature? Well you can keep a little bit of nature live on your computer via webcam. Our latest obsession is watching baby eaglets hatch in an eagle's nest located on the banks of the Wolf River in Wisconsin. These bald eagles, named George and Martha,  have built a nest in a large white pine tree.

The audio is enabled, to hear the sounds of the eagles in the wild and of course their ever vocal young. Currently there are 2 healthy little chicks and both are eating and interacting. Both are a few days old.
You can keep it open as a pop up while you work and see what's happening 24/7. This one even has infrared lighting - allowing night viewing.


P.S.: There is currently a naming contest that will run until the eaglets are banded. Visit Live Wildlife Cams website for more information.

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