Minnesota Bound Bald Eagle Nest Cam - south central Minnesota.
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 Minnesota Bound Eagle cam is powered by a camera system that is 100% solar powered, has night vision and sound. This Eagle cam was installed approximately 80 feet in the air. For more information about the MN Bound Eagles please visit the blog or to make a donation please visit broadband-mn.com.
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History/Timeline 2012 timeline: 1st egg laid 3/6 - hatched 04/12 - fell out of nest 04/30, 2nd egg laid 3/9 - hatched 04/14 named Harmon.
2013 timeline: 1st egg laid 3/9/13, 2nd egg laid 3/12/13 Harmony hatched 4/15/13 - Peace hatched 4/18/13