Florida Cam. Watch Hatching and Raising of Bald Eagles

Not sure, but I think the cam is motion sensored. They move, it records. And they can turn it in a full circle for different views.
 
Ya well, let them... this is good stuff.
They are usually quite active during they day. That baby will get fed often. It's sundown to sun up they are the quietest and most still.

6:30/8ish a.m. they are very active.
 
She has baby #1 and egg just in front of her. They zoomed in on the egg, several cracks(top left side, closest to her chest).
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...nearly 43,000 viewers, atm.
 
A few of these are from 1am or so this morning... she was very restless last night.
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...they're thinking egg#2 isn't going to hatch. Several days have passed since the expected time.

These are from lunch time just a few minutes ago...
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...cute lil' bugger :)
 

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Here pikey pikey, swallow mah cawk.
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I watched the feeding this a m. Mebbe someone could climb the tree at night and help the #2 egg. Probably too late.
 
I watched the feeding this a m. Mebbe someone could climb the tree at night and help the #2 egg. Probably too late.
Climb that tree and Dad will scalp you in a matter of seconds.
Mom would've helped #2 get out, if it was having a bit of trouble, but she knows. She'll still keep it warm and safe though. Be interesting to see what they do with it.
#1 is growing very quickly. And if you have decent volume, you can hear him chirping like crazy while being fed.
 
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