TypeO Posted January 11, 2013 Share Posted January 11, 2013 This is one of the most interesting things I've ever seen. The link below is a website where they have a 24/7 live streaming feed of an American Bald Eagle nest. Located in Fort Myers, Florida, the nest is the winter home of a pair of eagles that have been coming there since they built it in 2007. The camera was mounted 6 feet above the nest and has infrared so that you can observe at any time of day or night. It makes no sound and emits no light, so as not to disrupt their natural habitat. Some have witnessed feedings and other events, but apparently I just missed the last one. There is a remnant on the left side of the nest of some animal that was brought up to feed them recently. The way I understand, there are 2 adult eagles, although to this point I've only seen the one, and 2 eaglets, born about a week ago. It's oddly compelling to watch, and utterly fascinating. I personally find it soothing in a way to watch the activities. Anyway, enjoy. http://dickpritchett...eagle-feed.html This is a link to their Facebook page. https://www.facebook...FloridaEagleCam Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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