2014 Live Bald Eagle Cam
This eagle nest is located in south central Minnesota, 75 feet in the air. The camera is 100% powered by solar energy. It is equipped with audio and pan tilt zoom features. The video feed streams to the internet via Broadband Corp's wireless network. For more facts, visit our Eagle Cam FAQs page.
1st Egg Laid: Mar 7, 2014 @ 4:49pm (CST) - see video below
2nd Egg Laid: Mar 10, 2014 @ 6:28pm (CDT) - see video below
2014 Eagle Cam Videos
1st Egg Laid
2nd Egg Laid
2013 Eagle Cam Videos
Eaglet # 1 (Harmony) Hatched April 15 @ 6:53 pm (CDT)
Eaglet #2 (Peace) Hatched April 18, 2013 early in the morning
Movement in the eggs
The 2014 Bald Eagle Cam is powered by Broadband Corp - a company that specializes in bringing high-speed wireless internet to hard-to-reach places (like the country). This camera would not be possible without their hard work and dedication. If they can bring this high quality LIVE stream to an eagles nest, just think what they could do for your internet connection & phone lines at home. Please support them, Contact Broadband Corp if you have internet needs today!