Two new eaglecams in Tennessee! East Tennessee State University

Wow, two new eaglecams!  Both set up last fall by East Tennessee State University (ETSU).  It looks like one of the two cams (Johnson city) is already up and running and the pic included with this post is from that cam captured today.

Info from their website says: “In November 2015, the Department of Biological Sciences set up live streaming cameras focused on two active nests of Bald Eagles, our national bird. Two separate mated pairs of Bald Eagles have been selected, one nest is located in Bluff City, and the other is in Johnson City.”

The links are included below and are on the main eaglecam list under ‘E’ for “Eastern State…”

Johnson City cam: http://www.etsu.edu/cas/biology/eagle-cam/ec_one.php

Bluff City cam: http://www.etsu.edu/cas/biology/eagle-cam/ec_two.php

 

2 thoughts on “Two new eaglecams in Tennessee! East Tennessee State University”

    1. I know it is hard not to worry, but all looks okay at Bluff City. I just saw a picture on Facebook from an hour ago, of the little one with a parent and the baby had a very full crop, so looks to be eating very well. Hope that eases your mind a bit.

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