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This is a live feed of a wild mating pair of bald eagles 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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Tootsie91
Tootsie91(@tootsie91)
5 minutes ago

Mon 9:00pm Harriet in and out all day. Nancy brought food to nest about 6pm, and Harriet flew in right behind Nancy again. What a girl!

Ardyth ~ Tucson
Ardyth ~ Tucson(@ardyth)
10 hours ago

Harriet

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Ardyth ~ Tucson
Ardyth ~ Tucson(@ardyth)
1 day ago

bummer

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Tootsie91
Tootsie91(@tootsie91)
1 day ago

I have been going above that black screen and click on to the blue “dnr.state etc, and you can get on to the nest.

Ardyth ~ Tucson
Ardyth ~ Tucson(@ardyth)
10 hours ago
Reply to  Tootsie91

thank you!

Tootsie91
Tootsie91(@tootsie91)
1 day ago

Sun 2:04pm Scrolled back and about 8:43am Nancy and Harriet flew in at same time. Harriet grabbed fish, Nancy went to branch, waited to see if Harriet was eating, then Nancy took off.

Tootsie91
Tootsie91(@tootsie91)
1 day ago

Sun. 8:36am Have not seen Harriet since early Saturday morning. Will see what happens today if she comes back to nest. .. Such beauties, those two young ones at Decorah North. Would make a great picture in a frame.

Last edited 1 day ago by Tootsie91