Eagle Webcam Featuring the Decorah Eagles

The Raptor Resource Project streams live footage of a pair of Decorah Eagles from their nest at a fish hatchery in Decorah, Iowa.  The footage of the eagles is streamed 24/7.  An infrared light allows us to see them at night, but the eagles cannot see the light and do not know that it is there.  On Ustream.TV, you can log in and join a chat room discussing the eagles.  The chat room is open from 8AM to 8PM daily.

A nesting pair of Decorah Eagles from Decorah, Iowa, are being filmed on webcam 24/7 by the Raptor Resource Project.The nest, located in a cottonwood tree on the banks of Trout Run, is about 80 feet high, 5-6 feet wide and deep, and weighs about 1 ½ tons.  The eagles built the nest in 2007, replacing an old nest that fell in a windstorm and breaking one of the branches.  The eagle pair have been together since the winter of 2007 and have hatched eight eggs together since 2008.

Click here to watch the eagles on Ustream.TV right now.

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Taylor P.

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3 Responses to “Eagle Webcam Featuring the Decorah Eagles”

  1. Eagle Webcam Featuring the Decorah Eagles « « Big Engine Media Big Engine Media Says:

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  2. patricia beattie Says:

    I want to ask it one of the babies is feeling alright?

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