The Nature Conservancy has a live nest cam aimed at an eagle nest on Santa Cruz Island in California. Two chicks have successfully hatched this month. Pack up all your cares and woes and go check it out. It’s pretty zen to sit and watch the parents tend their chicks and the background sounds of nature are very relaxing, feels like you’re outside sitting in a tree just chillin’ with those lovely creatures. The photo is by permission from Nikon66 on flickr. Fiercely beautiful shot of a fiercely beautiful bird.
love this! Thanks.
Wow, what an amazing bird!
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a great link. Thank you, I think this will be my new phone toy (what I do when I’m at work and on the phone with someone who is less than captivating)
Thank you for this wonderful link! My students throughly enjoyed this link when I shared it with them the other day.
I love how the parents stand and shade the chicks in the heat of the day.
Aarggg I can’t get a picture on the web cam, it just loads but stays blank, you lucky things.
The best we have in Ireland is a web cam in a blue tit’s nest , sweet but tame!