Sunday, April 3, 2011

Livestream: Eagles Nest with Hatchlings

This is pretty cool. A parishioner and her kids showed this to me and I'm passing it along. There is a webcam livestreaming video from an eagles nest where babies recently hatched. Check it out. There are also video highlights at the bottom of the page if you click this link: As of this post there are over 106,000 viewers observing and it runs 24-7.  This is somewhere in Iowa.  It is now dark and the eagle, keeping her young warm, was stirring a few minutes ago but appears to be sleeping now.

Here is a video captured from the stream of the first hatch. The video breaks now and then over a period of hours so you can see how long it takes from the time the baby first starts chipping through. you finally see a hatchling about 2/3 of the way through the clip.

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