Like the Alaskan bear cam, the Decorah, Iowa, eagle cam is an annual treat. This year’s eaglets hatched March 26 and 27 and watching their development in the coming weeks is sure to be fun. The 24-hour live streaming camera has sound and a great view, although the natural sway of the branch might be a bit disconcerting to some. Both parents are very attentive and trade off babysitting duty with meal delivery.
Farther down the page you’ll find a wealth of information about these and other eagles.
The Explore website features dozens of live streaming webcams focused on birds, bears, bats, dogs, cats, otters, African wildlife, and oceans. On any given day, you are sure to find something to enjoy. And it’s guaranteed to beat doomscrolling!
12 thoughts on “Spring brings wind and … eaglets”
Everything seems to come to life in the spring …
great and thanks ….for some reason I’ve taken to the live Duluth Harbor cam…search Youtube
Duluth Canal Cam..
It’s almost 1 am here, so not much action there … except for all those ice chunks floating by. Fascinating. Don’t see anything like that around here. At least I don’t. I’m nowhere near a river. You live up around Duluth somewhere?
I live in Chicago, about two miles from Wrigley Field, three from downtown, inner city, and the Cubs play the Rockies tonight.
If you’re going, have a great time at the game. I’m not a baseball fan, so you can have this one.
Cubs are in your neck of the woods for 4 games. My baseball sim is all about stats and money. Difficult but fun and very old school.
Whatever floats your boat. Good luck!
5-2 Cubs. You having fun??
Great to see the bald eagles doing well. Thanks for sharing the resources!
My pleasure. I tuned in just in time this morning to watch mom (?) carefully doling out brunch in bite-sized bits.