Decorah Eagles WebCam- LIVE

Hey, remember the Decorah Eagle Cam? If you don’t, you probably never saw a baby eagle hatch on live streaming video. But now you have another chance! The mom eagle at the Decorah, Iowa fish hatchery is … pregnant? Do birds get “pregnant”? Anyway, let’s say she has a frittata in the oven. And she’s going to lay those eggs any day now, at which point you can begin obsessively monitoring them for signs of wee tiny eaglets.

There’s not much to see yet, but check back often — the first egg showed up on Feb. 23 last year. Here’s what that looked like, so you can recognize it when you see it:

The eggs should take a little over a month to hatch, and the eaglets start getting eagle training lessons (like how to fly) about three months later. Best part: baby eagles totally come out looking like Doc Brown. (Source)

Raptor Resource Project
Established in 1988, the non-profit Raptor Resource Project specializes in the preservation of falcons, eagles, ospreys, hawks, and owls. We create, improve, and directly maintain over 40 nests and nest sites, provide training in nest site creation and management, and develop innovations in nest site management and viewing that bring people closer to the natural world. Our mission is to preserve and strengthen raptor populations, expand participation in raptor preservation, and help foster the next generation of preservationists.

Decorah Eagles WebCam- LIVE

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Responses to "Stand by for baby eagles on webcam!"

  1. Oh How I love this, Thank you my Friend

  2. Anonymous says:

    I had been watching, then it slipped my mind. Thank you for the reminder, White Wolf. I find this fascinating! Peace to ya! Thumper :o]

  3. Anonymous says:

    This is so nice to see. I love it!!

  4. Anonymous says:

    So much man made noise - so sad to know they will be deaf when they grow up. Good eyes but deaf.

  5. Anonymous says:

    This is so beautiful to see!! thank you for that.



  7. Anonymous says:

    the camera moved!

  8. Anonymous says:

    lol. forget it. someone is moving it. :)

  9. Anonymous says:

    anyone know how long they've been nesting?

  10. Anonymous says:

    Awesome...thank you. :D

  11. Anonymous says:

    God speaks more than man can know. What a magnificent creation and I am delighted to have a chance to be part of a world I could never see so close. An amazing creature. The cycle of life.:)

  12. Anonymous says:

    That's the second fish she caught today!!! I'm addicted to this. I also love the birds chirping

  13. Anonymous says:

    Glad to see the third chick, but its so much smaller then the others. May Nature be kind to it.

  14. Anonymous says:

    A chick died....hope she doesn't eat it....ewww

  15. Anonymous says:

    it didn't die! i just saw both parents feeding them. 1 had the 2 older babies and was feeding them. the newest eaglet was being fed just by, i think, the mom.

  16. Anonymous says:

    Yeah!!! This is so cool. I watch it every day.

  17. Maryam says:

    aw you guys should turn off the light at night !!! thats not healthy for baby eaglings. or mama eagle for that matter. keep it natural.

  18. Anonymous says:

    Maryam, I was thinking the same thing about the light,,,
    maybe just dim it down a little!!

  19. Anonymous says:

    My two year old granddaughter and I watch this every day. She just loves the babies! Thank you for posting!

  20. Anonymous says:

    Shut The Light -- We Don't Need To Watch Them 24/7 -- Shut The Light

  21. Anonymous says:

    It's not a white light and the birds don't see it as we do.It's not keeping them up

  22. Anonymous says:

    thank you for showing us around, interesting to see the area.

  23. Anonymous says:

    How big they've gotten!!!

  24. Anonymous says:

    Today is May 9 and where's the Baby Eaglets and Mother?

  25. Anonymous says:

    I would love to own that property, listening to the Eagles, with those horses hanging by the barn not tethered or sweet.

  26. Anonymous says:

    Poor Mama has some bad

  27. Anonymous says:

    I can't catch the Eagles in the nest lately. Keep missing them.

  28. Anonymous says:

    Please keep Eaglets in view of the camera. If you're not going to do this, you may as well turn off this live feed. If they've left the nest while I was at work for the past couple of days, well darn it.

  29. Anonymous says:

    She's sleeping. So peaceful all curled up with her head tucked under her wing. The wind is blowing so she might be cold poor thing. She stood up and turned around but couldn't tell if there were eggs or not.

  30. Unknown says:

    3 eggs still in nest for past month.

  31. Anonymous says:

    Invasion of privacy. If it was a human they be crying all over the place.

  32. Anonymous says:

    Saw 2 chicks and 2 eggs this morning at feeding time

  33. Unknown says:

    Oops, maybe only 2 chicks and 1 EGG as now the other white area looks like feathers.

  34. Unknown says:

    About 12:30 PT Dad showed up and Mom left for the grocery store. Dad fed the chicks and then settled down to watch the sports network and keep the chicks warm.

  35. Anonymous says:

    I think I saw three chicks and 1 egg. The mom keeps tucking the babies underneath her when they try to squirm out. Yesterday she had a fine coating of snow on her and the nest, but now it is gone.

  36. Unknown says:

    Watched "survival of the fittest" episode here this morning. 1 chick kept getting all the food and when the other tried to get its share, the greedy one sat on its head.

  37. Unknown says:

    Definitely 3 chicks now. Hope Mom & Dad can keep up with the chow they'll need. Being near a fish hatchery should help, if they have access.

  38. Me-Me says:

    Thank You :)

  39. Unknown says:

    Thank you so much for zooming in and out, showing the chicks up close and the surrounding area. It was Great!

  40. Unknown says:

    Quite a supplly of food in their pantry. Parts of several fish, a squirrel tail? and a small bird wing.....

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