Outdoor Channel, in partnership with the National Conservation Training Center, provides this live EagleCam to stream the activities of the eagle nest located 110 feet up, in a tree on the grounds of the US FWS National Conservation Training Center.
The video footage that you are viewing is part of an ongoing Center for Conservation Biology research project designed to examine how different generations of eagles interact within the Chesapeake Bay population. This pair of eagles is located along the James River in Richmond Virginia.
A Red-tailed Hawk pair has been nesting above Cornell University’s athletic fields for at least the past four years. In 2012, Cornell installed a camera to get a better look at these majestic birds as they raise their young amid the bustle of a busy campus. So far, the birds have been seen bringing prey such as voles, squirrels, and pigeons to the nest.
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