I’ve been watching a live eagle cam. The camera is focused on a nest that has eggs which are about to hatch. The male and female bald eagles are taking turns sitting on the eggs. I’m enthralled.
Here’s a short video from Wednesday evening. (See the live stream here.)
The Eagle Cam information chronicles the activities of the eagle nest located on the grounds of the US FWS National Conservation Training Center near the Potomac River in Shepherdstown, West Virginia. The nest has been active during nesting seasons starting in 2005. The eagles have fledged a number of juvenile bald eagles over the years.
Update: A close up view of the eggs, from last night, March 12. I love how she arranges the grass close around the eggs and herself: