LIVE! Watch Adorable Baby Eagle Chicks Snuggling In Their Nest
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It’s been quite the productive winter for the eagle couple who has made their home in the mountains of North Georgia at Berry College.
Berry College’s bald eagle couple first appeared on the main campus in the spring of 2012. Since that time, they have continued to nest in the top of a tall pine tree situated between the main entrance and the parking lot of the Steven J. Cage Athletic and Recreation Center. They successfully produced two eaglets (B1 and B2) in early 2013 and one eaglet (B3) in early 2014 and two eaglets (B4 and B5) in 2015. All of these eaglets successfully fledged.
This year’s chicks were born February 14th and February 15th.
Berry College has been able to string up some remarkable infrared cameras at the eagle’s nesting site so that you can watch and listen to the chicks 24/7.
Make sure you turn up the sound so you might hear them chirping.
Eagle Cam allows you to witness snuggling, meal time (usually fish, maybe some squirrel) and protecting the darling feather balls.
Just click on the red “Watch Live” box below.
Watch Berry College Eagles’s Berry College Nest Cam 1 on Livestream.com.
The Eagles even have their own Facebook page where you can keep up on their latest news.