Eagle cams are educational and fun to watch. I have checked on the eagles in Maine over the years and I just found a North Carolina eagle cam and thought that I would share the sites with you. What I don’t like about these USTREAM cams is the amount of advertising that they do on the bottom of the cam feed but, hey, they have to pay the bills. You can “X” out most (but not all) of the ads if they irritate you too much. To start with, I thought that I would share this beautiful eagle photo by my friend from eliztreasures.com. Thanks for sharing, Liz. Find links for the cams below.We will start with the Jordan Lake eagle cam in North Carolina since the eagles are a bit further along than the ones in Maine. Jordan Lake is west of Raleigh and south of Durham in Chatham County. According to the cam site, “the eagles 1st egg of the 2014 season was laid 2/28/14 and 1st seen at approx 6:58pm est 2nd egg of the 2014 season was laid 3/04/14 and between approx 6:58 and 7:01pm est and seen shortly thereafter.” I thought that I saw where there was a third egg when I was reading the comments sections but I was unable to find where I read it.
Next are the two in Maine. Biodiversity Research Institute manages the eagle cams that are sponsored by Brookfield Renewable Energy Group. They do not say where the nests are located but they are two different nesting sites. Below is a link for each.
Eagle Cam 1 – this nest has eagles sitting on the nest. I saw on FB that there are two eggs in that nest.
Eagle Cam 2 – there was an eagle sitting on the side of this nest this morning when I first went online to check it out but haven’t seen any other action yet. Since one was on the nest, I would think that it will be an active nest also.Hope that you enjoy the eagle cams.
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