Hays Eagles

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

You are watching a live broadcast of the Hays Bald Eagles Nest Cam. The equipment and live streaming has been provided as part of a partnership involving pixcams.com and the Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania. The nest is located about 5 miles from downtown Pittsburgh along the Monongahela River near where the famed Carnegie Steel Homestead site once existed. The Hays bald eagle pair first started nesting along the Monongahela River near Pittsburgh in 2013.

Nesting season usually begins just after new years every year.

2022: 1st egg laid 2/11/22, 2nd egg laid 2/14/22, 3rd egg laid 2/17/22. First egg hatched 3/23, 2nd 3/24, 3rd 3/27.

2021: 1st egg laid 2-12-2021, 2nd egg laid 2-15-2021, 3rd egg laid 2-19-21. Expected hatch 34-36 days from the date the 1st egg was laid. 1st egg hatched 3/23/21, 2nd egg hatched 3/24/21, 3rd egg hatched 3/27/21.

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MaryNJ
MaryNJ(@marynj)
3 months ago

Morning visit

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Debbilee
Debbilee
2 months ago
Reply to  MaryNJ

I hadn’t seen them visit for awhile and today when I checked the site was down. I definitely have empty empty nest syndrome. What a joy it was to watch them grow. I was amazed at the devotion of their parents, especially when they detected a potential threat to their babies. I would never mess with a mama eagle. Many thanks to the people who provided and maintained this live stream. And many thanks to my favorite Eagle family,, fly free,, you will be missed by many.

MaryNJ
MaryNJ(@marynj)
2 months ago
Reply to  Debbilee

Yes, Dad and Mom did a terrific job with their triplets for two years in a row. All of the eaglets grew and developed so wonderfully. I miss watching them too. Thanks to the cam operators who also did a wonderful job. Hopefully, the cam will be fixed by the beginning of next season. Have a nice summer, Debbilee.

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Courtney6964
Courtney6964
3 months ago

As I said around this time last year: I think they flew the coop.

MaryNJ
MaryNJ(@marynj)
3 months ago

One of the eaglets visited the nest at 14:02. Was squeeing for food.

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wvmtnmama
wvmtnmama(@wvmtnmama)
3 months ago

another shot

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Peg
Peg
3 months ago

Looks like all 3 have taken . Missing them already . Great job Parents

Peg
Peg
3 months ago
Reply to  Peg

Flight , that is :) What a pleasure watching them grow . Thanks to the crew that made that possible . Much appreciated