Notre Dame Eagles

nd-leef Bald Eagle nest cams(Notre Dame Eagle Cam) located at St. Patrick’s County Park in the city of South Bend, Indiana. This eagle cam has been brought to you by the University of Notre Dame and also made possible by viewers donations. In the spring of 2015 this mating pair of Eagles took over an abandoned Red Tail Hawk nest at the Notre Dame Linked Experimental Ecosystem Facility (aka ND-LEEF) and made it their own. In 2021 a new camera was installed in place of the old eagle nest camera. This high quality live webcam has pan, tilt and can zoom up to 32x giving viewers an even better view from a rare perspective into the daily life of a nest of bald eagles.

The females egg laying duties usually start in mid to end of February with eaglets hatching..

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Pella
Pella(@pella)
2 days ago

Both Eagles are still rebuilding their nest. They have been working around bad weather days so we’ll see eggs in a few more weeks…

Pella
Pella(@pella)
9 days ago

Nice work eagles.. The rebuild looks safe..And the fluff in the center looks like it can keep any eggs and feet warm.

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Pella(@pella)
13 days ago

One of the eagles was at the nest this morning 7:05 working on nestorations..Several sticks were placed. It’s coming along.


Pella
Pella(@pella)
15 days ago

The eagles at ND nest have totally rebuilt the nest.. things are looking solid.. Hope to see eggs nest month

Pella
Pella(@pella)
15 days ago

Nestorations continue an the ND nest