All Bald Eagles – all the time (mostly)
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Links to more than 25 Bald Eagle Cams in North America. Many people have generously helped to put this list together. If you know of any Bald Eagle cams that are not listed yet, we’d love to have you post a comment with info! Also please visit the main pages of these wonderful organizations to find out how to support their efforts! Thanks! Be sure to scroll down to see all cams!
Alcoa – Davenport – Iowa ( up and running) First egg Feb 23, 2014, Second egg Feb 27, 2014
American Eagle Foundation (AEF) – Tennessee (sched to come online full time mid march) First egg seen Mar 1, 2014, Second egg Mar 3, 2014, Third egg Mar 7, 2014
Berry College – Georgia (up and running) Alternate links – direct ustream with SS: nest cam and approach cam First egg Jan 14, 2014, Second egg Jan 17, 2014, First hatch Feb 22, 2014, remaining egg non-viable
Blackwater Refuge – Maryland (up and running) First egg Jan 14, 2014, Second egg Jan 17, 2014, Third egg, Jan 20, 2014, First hatch Feb 22, 2014, Second hatch Feb 24, 2014, remaining egg non-viable
Carolina Raptor Center – North Carolina or on CRC page (up and running) First egg Jan 21, 2014, Second egg Jan 24, 2014 (overnight into Jan 25) one egg gone (assumed broken) Feb 10, 2014, other egg determined non-viable
Chesapeake Conservancy - Maryland (new!) (up and running)
Decorah - Iowa (up and running - cam on the new nest!) First egg Feb 23, 2014, Second egg Feb 26, 2014, Third egg Mar 2, 2014
Duke Farms – New Jersey (up and running) First egg Feb 17, 2014, Second egg Feb 20, 2014, Third egg Feb 23, 2014
Eagle Valley – Wisconsin (up and running)
Ft St Vrain – Colorado (up and running – but sound only at the moment) First egg Feb 21, 2014, Second egg Feb 24, 2014, Third egg seen Feb 28, 2014
Glacier Gardens – Alaska (up and running – best to use Firefox or Chrome for browser)
Hancock Wildlife Foundation Cams British Columbia, Canada (all cams listed this link - individually below)
Institute for Wildlife Studies – California (this link has all 5 cams on one page, plus now Humboldt (just above in this list) –with chat – cams individually listed below)
Jordan Lake – North Carolina (up and running) First egg Feb 28, 2014, Second egg Mar 4, 2014
Kootenai Refuge – Idaho (update Feb 25, cam expected to go online early Mar)
Lake of the Ozarks – Missouri (up and running) First egg Feb 13, 2014 (unknown how many eggs, cannot see into the nest)
Maine Eaglecam 1 (up and running)
Maine Eaglecam 2 (up and running)
Metropark – Highbanks Metro Park Ohio (up and running)
Nature Watch – Deschutes Oregon (up and running)
NCTC – U.S. Fish and Wildlife – West Virginia (WVA) aka Shepherdstown, and still cam – updates every 30 seconds (up and running) First egg Feb 17, 2014, Second egg Feb 20, 2014, Third egg Feb 24, 2014
Northeast Florida Eaglecam (new!) (up and running) First egg Nov 14, 2013, second egg Nov 17, 2013, first hatch Dec 20, 2013, second hatch Dec 23, 2013
Pittsburgh Hays Eaglecam (new!) (up and running) First egg Feb 19. 2014, Second egg Feb 22, 2014, Third egg Feb 25, 2014
Skye and Kite, Point Roberts Washington (new to the list!) (up and running)
Southwest Florida Eaglecam both cams (up and running) each cam separately: Cam 1 and Cam 2 first egg Nov 17, 2013, second egg Nov 20, 2013, first hatch Dec 23, 2013, second hatch Dec 25, 2013, oldest eaglet perished Feb 2 2014
Sutton Avian Research Center – Oklahoma Two cams – Sequoyah (up and running) and Sooner Lake (up and running)
Turtle Bay – California (up and running) First egg Feb 12, 2014, Second egg Feb 15, 2014, Third egg Feb 19, 2014, one egg lost Mar 1, 2014
Upper Mississippi Refuge
Wolf River – Wisconsin (up and running)
Yukon Electrical – Canada (up and running)
Cams offline (for various reasons)
Libby Dam- Montana (unknown status)
National Geographic – Wash DC (Metro PD replied they believe Nat Geo will be providing some level of feed – so far Nat Geo has not responded to my query – so far not seeing any sign that they will stream – will move back up if they come online)
Shilo - Tennessee (new to the list!) (offline – they are reporting cam damage)
This is fantastic. I love to watch eagles and have favorite sites I watch but this helps keep up with all the Eagle news. Great job.
Thank you. I did finally find your reply. I appreciate knowing your answer. I’ll keep on watching the cams.
Will do! BTW, do you/or others have any info regarding the SW Florida eaglet/ fledgling that perished in early Feb.?
Hi, I did post a reply about the SW Florida nest, are you not seeing it? Finding comments in this layout can be a little tricky. If you don’t see the info, let me know and I’ll email it to the address you provided when you posted comments. Twizz
I am in Washington state, in the south east corner in dry desert land area. But we have eagles here along the Columbia River. Just saw a pair soaring the thermals this afternoon!
If I hear of other cams around us I will certainly share with your Eagleholic page.
How wonderful that you have eagles to watch in person! Will look forward to hearing if you find other nests with cams. They seem to be popping up all over the place!
Hello. Twizz, I wish to thank you very much for your hard work on this eagle cam page listing. I have been following several of the cams for a couple of weeks now. And I truly appreciate the beauty of nature I’ve witnessed.
For the Southwest Florida cam you have a note on the page about the oldest eaglet perishing in early February. Since I wasn’t watching at that time can you enlighten some of us about what happened to that eaglet?
Hi Peggy thanks for the kind words! I’m always glad to know that people enjoy the site and find it useful. As far as the oldest eaglet at the SWFL nest, no one really knows what happened. They had a rainy spell and then the older eaglet appeared listless and had trouble breathing for a couple of days, and then it just didn’t make it. The eaglet was thriving up to that point, so most speculate that perhaps it caught an infection, or got something stuck in its throat, but we will never really know. Hope that helps answer your question. Twizz
Crazy stuff going on Twizz. Not sure if you heard about the Nat Geo article on the 5 nests to watch; Decorah, Maine, Turtle Bay, Berry and SWFL. If you do go to this article note that I left a comment about NatGeo DC Nest and got a response from them.
Thanks for the link and info Mindy! Great idea to ask on the article! Well, they almost answered about future cam plans lol. At least confirmed it’s not active now on purpose. Wonder if they haven’t made up their minds? Oh well. Twizzkid
Is it time to worry about the second egg at Berry?
Just my opinion, but with so much time since the first hatch, probably better if second egg doesn’t hatch. New eaglet would be at a major disadvantage being so small compared to sibling. And we are over the typical hatching time, but stranger things have happened.
Thanks for all your hard work – you make it so easy for us!
Thank you for the kind words! It always make me happy to hear that people are finding it useful! Twizzkid
There is also a live eagle cam on the Pennsylvania Game Commission website. http://www.pgc.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/pgc/9106
Hi, thanks! That is what I have as the Pittsburgh Hays nest on my list. They also have the feed embedded in their site. Appreciate the heads up though!
Can you update eaglecam map for 2014. Thanks.
Sure will, have been meaning to! Thanks for the reminder!
I watch Pritchett eagle cam. What do the shorthand initials SED stand for? I would very much appreciate your answer!
Hi! SED is shorthand for “Sweet Eagle Dreams”. It is just something eagle chatters came up with a some point at the nests as shorthand way to say good night to each other, so there is no way that you would know unless someone told you.
very helpful, thanks
Mom at Berry College looked up a couple of times, then at 10:45, something swooped in at her while she was doing an egg roll. Scared me right to death. She’s gimpy on her left leg and I feared for the eggs when she reacted. She’s back on the eggs now, calling frequently. I think I saw a pip hole earlier and then a crack a little while later. The s’cap with the pip is on my blog. Will include the attack and possible crack s’caps on tomorrow’s blog. I was only watching this late because I’m hoping to see a hatch!
wow, just saw that in the SS on Berry and checked out the video! Scary! Thanks for the info!! Twizzkid
Oh know the feeling, I have mostly been lurking when there is time this past year… (ks3catz). I’m local too. Whittier. Take care
Yes thanks for your time! I remember when you showed up at the IWS chat… Your efforts are appreciated.!
Oh gosh, I SO wish I had more time to chat, especially at IWS as I live in the area (on the mainland), but often only have a chance to perch. Thank you for all the time and efforts you spend with the nests! Twizzkid
Thank you for your time and effort in putting all this wonderful information together! It’s educational, helpful, and very thorough. What a great site. I’ve shared it with others and they are as thrllled with it as I am.
Thanks again for this worthwhile endeavor,
Hi Andy, thanks for the kind words! It always makes my day to learn that people find the site helpful! It’s very nice of you to take the time to comment. Twizzkid
I’m curious, do you know much more about Ft St Vrain cam? The sound has been on the side view only for a week or so, but no picture, just black on both. I’ve not been able to find any updated info, I realize its more a just watch and see cam, but you obviously might know more? Or how to find out. Thanks!
Hi, yes I had heard that lately there was only sound. Did a little digging for you (amd me, because I’ve been meaning to check) and found that basically, they know there is a technical problem with the cams and don’t know if it can be fixed. Here’s a link to the Raptor Resource Project forum where I found some info (and the forum discussion includes references to other places you might check) http://www.raptorresource.org/forum/index.php/topic,551.2505.html Hope that helps!
Just got a reply, it is live, they just posted pictures of the Eagles, they said they will be posting more soon.
Thanks I am going to go to the FB page and start asking questions. I am curious, The Kent cam was the very first nest I watched then Lake Washington. I have had the cam up today for a few hours and see that it does seem to be live. The blog is kind of updated as of Jan. 2014 so I’ll let you know if I find anything.
Cool, thanks! Appreciate anything you find out!
I have a question for you? What about the Skye and Kite, Point Roberts Washington? Is it live is this a new cam is it the old Kent Wa. cam
good questions! As far as I can tell it is live. No idea if it is new or the old Kent cam. It sort of sounded like it is something resurrected, but I couldn’t tell from their info. They have a Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/EagleSkyeNet I have to admit I haven’t contacted them directly, but have been meaning to to get more info.
There is a new cam, RF in Virginia, that is not on your list.
Wow thanks! This cam popped up on Ustream for a bit and disappeared. How fun that it is back! Thank you so much for letting me know!!! Will definitely add to the list!
E3 first egg passed away during the night after several days of lethargic/unusual behavior.
OK thanks so much I can’t seem to find enough time anymore to go looking. Thank and can’t wait to see what you find.
A new nest just up in the past day or so. Maybe you can find out info on it. Thought you might want to check it out and add it to your list.
Wow! Thanks! Will see what I can dig up! Even has IR, way cool! Twizz
I did find some specific info on who may be behind the nest, but not sure yet if it may be on personal land, or perhaps at a business land location (kind of like Pritchett in SWFL) etc, so won’t go into details on what I know, until we know more through asking on the site. And don’t want to publicize unless they want it to be listed – heck maybe its a personal hobby? Hoping they want to share though! Thanks again!
luv luv watching these magnificent beauties, i am addicted & not getting anything done around my house!!!! lol ooh well
lol, I sure know how that goes!!
This is a great idea! Thank you so much.
there are now 2 eggs in the nest at Berry College. Just saw the eggs this morning around 5am..
Thanks! I reported it but totally forgot to update the cam list! Thanks so much for the reminder! Twizz
2nd egg at Berry College!
Thanks! I think we posted the info at the same time!
Decorah, Iowa should be listed.
Hi, yep, it sure is on the list! Let me know if you have trouble finding it. Thanks for posting!
NCTC also has a live feed that is now online the tilt of the cam is off because of the tree being damaged we are lucky they are still using that nest I notoced you only had the still as listed which is great for picture grabbing and nice when the live goes down still is up then—-http://outdoorchannel.com/content.aspx?id=3933
thanks Judy! Actually if you click the main name of the cam, it should take you to the live cam. If I have it wrong, holler!
Discouraging news from Ontario regarding E nest removal for wind turbines. http://www.simcoereformer.ca/2013/01/07/outrage-in-haldimand-over-bald-eagle-nest-removal
It sure is discouraging. Thanks for sharing the info!
Live Bald Eagle Nest Cam – Blair, Wisconsin. On the cam, I saw 4 eagles trying to eat a dead deer on the field and also one of them sit on the nest. Are you going to add it on the Eagle Cams List?
Hi Kristine! Yes, that is the Eagles4kids nest, and it is on the list. I will add the location to help others realize that is which one it is. Thanks for the post! It is much appreciated! New eaglecams are popping up all the time!
Does anyone know when MN Bound camera will go live for 2014? I can’t find that info anywhere. Thanks.
Oops, so sorry Tricia, just noticed your post. The cam is scheduled to be full time in mid-February per the folks on chat.
Thanks for a great year Twizz! Invaluable service to us. Happy New Year to you and yours.
Thanks Mindy! Happy New Year to you as well!
new camera near pittsburgh pa
Ft St Vrain is up and running. One parent on the nest today.
Oh my gosh!!! thanks so much for the heads up! Last I heard they didn’t know if they would get it up and running due to the flood damage! This is exciting!!!
Only one cam (the long-range shot) seems to be working right on the Southwest Florida Eaglecam. Anyone else having this problem?
sorry, it took so long to reply – west coast time for me It looks like the cam is working for me at this point, if it still isn’t working for you, you may want to report it in chat – or let me know and I’ll ask around. Twizz
Taadaa! JudyB is the one who put the cams side by side. Following is Chehalis link
way cool! Thanks Mindy and JudyB!
I am so happy that I found this wonderful site. Thank you for being here
thank you for taking the time to comment. It really means a lot to me when someone finds the site useful.
Hey Twizz n- The Harrison Bay main cam is back up live now. Just an update for your cam list. Thanks ! Sharon
Thanks so much Sharon! I am traveling at the moment and not always able to keep up, so much appreciated!
What I’m trying to do is put Chehalis cams side by side and I can remember who provided this for WR as an example. http://www.hancockwildlife.org/staticpages/index.php/FourCamWhiteRock
Thought you might know!
ooooohh, got it. I don’t know off hand, but you might want to pose the question over on the Hancock forums. http://www.hancockwildlife.org/forum/index.php Hopefully someone there remembers! I looked around a little bit but didn’t find anything. I imagine you could open each cam in it’s own window and position them side by side, but cool if someone came up with a more elegant way. Sorry that I’m not more help. Twizz
Hey Twizz-how great is the new season!? Hoping you can help me with this-someone posted links with both the 2 cams and 4 cams of WR on one page. Would love to have that for Chehalis but cant remember who – do you know?
Thanks for the assist as always.
Hi! Is this the one you are looking for: http://www.hancockwildlife.org/index.php?topic=chehalis#TowerEast
Let me know if not and I’ll dig around.
Loved catching up. Great video. Thanks.
I wondered if there has been anything posted in past couple months on the female Eagle [believe from Eagles4Kids] that had an injured foot? She was seen in field eating, believe in nest, and her mate was very attentive. I forget her name; mate was Larry I think. Have been wondering what happened, and the latest news on her. Thanks.
Yes, many have been keeping a watch and Lucy and Larry seem to be doing great! Here is a link to a video posted today of both of them in the area of the nest. http://www.eagles4kids.com/daily-updates/2013/10/19/october-19-2013-l-ls-world.html
Any idea if Ft. St. Vrain will be back online
Hi, haven’t heard an update so far. Will check around though
Any news on the st vrain egle cam coming back on?
Hi, I haven’t heard any but will check around and see what I can find!
Thanks so much Sandra! I will update the cam list and put a blog post out letting people know!
Thanks elf. I added Berry College to my bookmarks.
twizz, the Berry College nest cam seems to be up and running now.
yeah! thanks elf!