We have three eagle cams equipped with live video so you can watch the American bald eagles build their nests, lay and incubate their eggs, and raise their young in late January through July.
The first cam is at the Fort St. Vrain Station, Platteville, Colo. This 6 foot-wide and 5 foot-deep nest has been active for many years.
The second family of eagles resides near a fish hatchery in Decorah, Iowa, and is very popular among local schools and other viewers. The Decorah eagle cam will be offline until the fall as the cameras are moved to the eagles’ new nest.
The third eagle cam was established by the Minnesota DNR with help from an Xcel Energy crew with a boom truck and Floyd Security.
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The eaglet is spending most its time away from the nest. Here it is visiting to eat a snack.
The eaglet is growing fast and will soon be fully fledged.
The eagle eggs have all hatched at Fort St. Vrain. Check out the new additions to the nest.
One of the St. Vrain eagles is keeping their egg warm.
This pair of bald eagles lives at our Fort St. Vrain Station in Platteville, Colorado. Their 6-foot-wide by 5-foot-deep nest sits high in a cottonwood tree near the plant. Eagles return to the nest in the fall and conduct nesting activities from about February to June. The nest has been active for years, with the Colorado Division of Wildlife banding young birds at the nest site each spring.
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