The eagle cam documenting the upcoming nesting season for a pair of Minnesota Bald Eagles is on line. This is the fourth year that this nest has been watched by a video camera. The female of the pair has done this before. Last year she laid her first egg on Jan. 19 or 20. Three eggs were in place by the 25th. Current activity is limited to occasional visits to refurbish and enlarge the nest. The on-line address for the camera is www.webcams.dnr.state.mn.us/eagle

 

Below: a Bald Eagle nest, not the Bald Eagle nest.

 

 

 

 

 

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