Live Bald Eagle Nest Cam - Decorah, Iowa. This is a live feed of a wild mating pair of bald eagles. The male(slightly smaller in size) and female both help in incubation of the eggs and will also both provide food for the eaglets after they hatch. The camera was Set up and is maintained by the Raptor Resource Project, a non-profit organization for the preservation of falcons, eagles, ospreys, hawks, and owls.
About this nest - The nest is about 6ft long/wide and about 6ft deep. It is located about 80ft up in a cottonwood tree. A picture timeline of the last 24 hours can be found here(A picture is taken every 2 minutes). For more information about the eagles, this camera or to make a donation please click here.
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History/Timeline - The pair has been observed since the winter of 2007/2008, but the fall of 2009 was the first time they could be viewed online.
Fledged 2 eaglets in 2008 and 3 eaglets in 2009. Fledged 3 eaglets in 2010.
2010 timeline: 1st egg laid 2/25, 2nd 2/28 and 3rd on 3/5. 1st egg hatched on 4/3, 2nd 4/6, and 3rd on 4/9.
2011 timeline: 1st egg laid 2/23, 2nd 2/26 and 3rd on 3/2. 1st egg hatched on 4/2, 2nd 4/3, and 3rd on 4/6.
2012 timeline: 1st egg laid 2/17, 2nd 2/20 and 3rd on 2/24. 1st egg hatched 3/27, 2nd 3/28 and 3rd 3/31.
2013 timeline: The Eagles have built an alternate nest 400' away and there will be no camera view of the active nest this season. To view other Eagle Nests Click Here.
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