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Bird’s Eye View
Environment – It’s that time of year again and the Iowa eagle cams are back! The Raptor Resource Project (RRP) has flipped the switch that will allow millions of people around the world share in the birth of baby eagles.
Two cameras, one automated and fixed, the other with “pan-tilt-zoom” capabilities, are positioned near the eagle nest, which literally provide a bird’s eye view as the eagles tend to the eggs. Just in case you are a night owl (pun intended) the main camera switches to infrared when it gets dark.
The bald eagle was once nearly extinct, but thanks to conservation laws, they are now thriving throughout the country, and the RRP hopes to keep it that way.
The Raptor Resource Project was established in 1988, and they specialize in the “preservation of falcons, eagles, ospreys, hawks, and owls,” by “creating, improving, and maintaining nests and nest sites.”
Learn more about Bald Eagles here.
Learn more about the cameras used here.
See a list of all the bird cams available here.
Help support the conservation program here.
Donate to the National Wildlife Federation here.
Read more at the National Wildlife Federation.
And, most importantly, watch the live stream here: