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Live Bald Eagle Cam

Update Spring 2013, Owl:

This nest has been taken over by an owl. George and Martha, last year’s Eagle Parents, have left the nest. This owl is named Bonnie. She is waiting patiently for her eggs to hatch -at any time. At the time of this writing, there was just an attack on the nest by some other type of bird (unclear), and those following this event are wondering if the eggs became too cold when Bonnie left the nest for a short time. So thanks for following and stay tuned…

Original Post from Spring 2012, Eagles:

Here’s a cool Wisconsin sight. An embedded camera watching a Wolf River Eagles nest. Located on the banks of the Wolf River in Wisconsin, these bald eagles have built a nest in a large white pine tree. You won’t be able to take this in first-hand though, the nest is not viewable from any roadway and rests on private property.

Wolf River Cam’s equipment is a pan/tilt/zoom camera with infrared lighting. They also have a fixed camera, that they will use in the event of a main camera failure. Coming soon, audio will be enabled, so visitors can hear the sounds of the eagles and their young in the wild.

 


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Web address: http://www.livewildlifecams.com

Listed by: Lynn



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Date: April 29, 2012 at 6:34 pm

Comment by: Amber

Gray and fuzzy!  So cute!



Date: January 31, 2013 at 4:10 pm

Comment by: Nancy

I’ve never seen an Eagle in the wild other than on tv or webcam like this one. I live about 50 miles south of Wolf River so I really enjoy watching these beautiful birds that are so close to home.



Date: February 5, 2013 at 8:26 pm

Comment by: Robin

seems a owl , not sure what kind .  but there is one that was in the nest bowl area then went to limb now then flew off and bald on limb now owl seems to be flying around the tree eagle moving head around and around as if to see it going round the tree.   scary for everyone you could say.



Date: February 9, 2013 at 4:55 pm

Comment by: Robin

I was watching the a few nights ago and wonderd who would get the nest.  I am not supprized but I was on the side of the eagle.  I have been in air space of a gr8 horned and he convienced me to leave .  I hope our eagle was smart enough to fly on.  I will be looking on more then most.  I feel for the ones that have been with this nest.  Now I am too.  happy journey!  nature knows best.  defend the earth.  From WA. State below Mt. Saint Helens. :o)



Date: February 9, 2013 at 5:08 pm

Comment by: Robin

Maybe we are suppose to see the owl   This,I will believe is a message to man if we wait and watch we just may need to learn something from this owl the owl does bring wisdom.  That is what I am going to believe.



Date: February 10, 2013 at 1:54 am

Comment by: Robin

Hard to believe there not a bird  sitting on this egg birds are much smarter then this.  someone disturbed it.  now why would that make a person feel it was thier place?  becauseman kind is far from smart not to mention not kind.  But man made stuff is not real nature.  hope u all a happy journey.  i’m going birding outside.



Date: February 10, 2013 at 2:42 pm

Comment by: Robin

Oh my!  our female owl is back!  she was off that egg for too long yesterday evenin/night right?  It is12:42 pacific time sunday.  we shall see.  Ty for keeping wildlife safe!



Date: March 7, 2013 at 1:06 am

Comment by:

Nice that I am not ALL alone in watching, Thanks for the close-up earlier :o)



Date: March 15, 2013 at 1:03 pm

Comment by: Donna Stepp

So the own took over the nest and the eagles have moved on.  Is this what happened?



Date: March 16, 2013 at 12:39 pm

Comment by: Donna Stepp

Thanks for the help, was delighted to see that she is still on nest.  Is she on her on feeding and taking care of the baby owl, do that behave as smaller birds



Date: March 17, 2013 at 4:56 pm

Comment by: Donna Stepp

are there nesting eagles in the area? if so what is the email



Date: April 3, 2013 at 7:00 am

Comment by: gabe


good video