You are watching a live webcam of the MN DNR Bald Eagle Nest. See wild bald eagles nesting. Located in the Twin Cities metro area of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota. The male(slightly smaller in size) and female both help in incubation of the eggs and will also both provide food for the eaglets after they hatch. For more information about this nest please visit dnr.state.mn.us.

Egg laying timeline from previous years: 2019 laid 2/19, 22 & 25 – none hatched 2020 laid 2/6, 9 & 12 – hatched 3/15, 17 & 19 – 2 fledged 6/16 & 20 2021 laid 2/16 & 20 – hatched 3/26 & 28 – “fludged” 6/7 & 13. 2022 1st egg laid 2/12/21, 2nd egg laid 2/16/21.

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julie
julie(@julie-2)
1 month ago

Came to the cam automatically like I do every morning forgot the cam is done but want to wish anyone who stops here a wonderful day

Bootsy
Bootsy
1 month ago
Reply to  julie

Fabulous

julie
julie(@julie-2)
1 month ago

seems the stream is gone now see everyone next season please stop at other cams it was a great year

julie
julie(@julie-2)
1 month ago

Parting shot of the nest its sad but hope for next year😍😘

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Tlroberts
Tina Roberts(@tlroberts)
1 month ago
Reply to  julie

Thank you Julie for always letting us know about the nest… can’t believe it is done. what a Wonderful experience this has been can’t wait till next season hopefully the adult eagle that was there is either Harry or a new male so that means new babies next year..

julie
julie(@julie-2)
1 month ago
Reply to  Tina Roberts

Thanks Tina its been a great season the next thing we will be able to see is the nest being fixed up new sticks grass oh the great things to look forward to first laid egg, first hatch eagle love😍😘

julie
julie(@julie-2)
1 month ago

@HNF last day for this cam just a FYI great cam this year😍

HNF
HNF(@hnf)
1 month ago
Reply to  julie

thank you Julie

julie
julie(@julie-2)
1 month ago
Reply to  HNF

They posted it on FB page so its good info I will miss the trees and sunrise here and of course the eagles😘

Tootsie91
Tootsie91(@tootsie91)
1 month ago

Julie, I did watch the Wisconsin Deer & critter one the other night. Wow, for raccoons. Who brings all that food and water. What part of Wisconsin is this at? Will be a good one to watch. I have watched Decorah nests for a few years. The geese were exciting at the Decorah nest. Have to check out the underwater cam. Have a scuba dive daughter, but this might be all species of fish.

julie
julie(@julie-2)
1 month ago
Reply to  Tootsie91

Tootsie91 I watched the geese and the Gossling jump at Decorah that was fun to see😍 lots to see at the underwater cam many different fish also jellyfish sharks octopus, rays its really relaxing and fun chat people 😍heres a picture of a moon jelly from yesterday

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