Bald Eagles feeding chicklets

Bald Eagle Cam Live Stream

Pushed nearly to the brink of extinction, the Bald Eagle has made a tremendous comeback since DDT was banned in the 1970s. To help further support Bald Eagle education, the Minnesota DNR’s Non-game Program began live streaming video from a Bald Eagle’s nest 6 years ago.

The nest is currently empty, but the live stream follows a pair of eagles as they work hard to fulfill their incubation duties — building the nest, keeping the eggs warm, feeding the eaglets, etc. The typical incubation period for Bald Eagles is about 35 days, so be sure to bookmark the live stream and come back regularly. If you’re lucky, maybe you’ll see the eggs hatch live!

 

 

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26 Responses to “Bald Eagle Cam Live Stream”

  1. Todd

    I’d hate to be that bald eagle right now with the weather they are having! Looks cold.!

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  2. Ethan Webb

    What a great view of a nesting pair.

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  3. Patrick Vashaw

    Love to watch eagles flying and hunting.

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  4. Charles Jewell

    Great To Watch !

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  5. Donna McGuire

    Beautiful sight to see!

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  6. chuck combest

    I love watching wildlife

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  7. ROBERT EUGENE MACDONALD

    I LIVE IN FL. AND WATCHING EAGLE NEST LIVE EVERY DAY LITTLE ONES ALMOST AS BIG AS ADULT WHEN DO THEY START TO FLY ?

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    • Matt Dybedahl

      Matt Dybedahl

      Thanks for following along Robert! They are quite amazing creatures. Not sure exactly when these Eagles will leave the nest, but usually bald Eagles will take their first flight around 10-12 weeks.

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  8. Ron

    I have been away from the website for a couple of weeks. I remember three chicks and only see two. What happened.

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  9. Ron

    Amazing. I just saw an adult bring the third check to the nest. This is terrific. Makes you feel good.

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    • Matt Dybedahl

      Matt Dybedahl

      Ron,

      That is really neat. I wish I could have seen that! It’s amazing what technology can do for us.

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  10. Ron

    Just realized that the correct name for the newborns is eaglets.

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  11. Sharryl Pangborn

    Thought they usually only have 1 or 2 eaglets. Are all of these healthy to make it.

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  12. ron

    Just checked back after 10days. Is the third eaglet that is lying down going to be OK???? Looks weak.

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    • Matt Dybedahl

      Matt Dybedahl

      Ron,

      I noticed the one earlier today looking weak like you mentioned, but it looks like they are up and moving around this afternoon. Hopefully that trend continues!

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  13. Ron

    Good to see.

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  14. Scotty

    SWEET!!!! we have babes….

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  15. Scotty

    Matt…. What has happened to the feed….
    is it gone?

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  16. Scotty

    Thank You Jake!

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