In yesterday’s month-in-review post I mentioned that a pair of geese had returned to the swamp near my house. It’s not just geese that will be rearing their young this spring. As spring arrives in the northern hemisphere baby animals of all kinds are being born. In some cases the Internet makes it possible for us to watch that process happen. Through one of the fly fishing communities I participate in I’ve learned about two places where you can watch eagles and eaglets in their nests. Raptor Resource has live web feeds from eagle nests, owl nests, and osprey nests. The Biodiversity Research Institute has live web feeds from two different eagle’s nests.
I’ve embedded one of the live streams from Raptor Resource.
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