If you’ve been keeping up with the MN DNR eaglets, you’ll surely love this loon cam from Pelican Lake in Breezy Point, MN. Like the other live web cams I’ve posted about, this one follows Minnesota’s sate bird, the common loon, during its reproduction cycle. If you look closely, you’ll see the loon is already incubating two eggs. The eggs were laid around May 4 and should hatch in 28-30 days. So check back often and hopefully you’ll see them hatch live!
Pelican Lake Loon Cam [LIVE STREAM]
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