Located on the cliffs of Catalina Island off the coast of southern California, this live cam overlooks the nest of a pair of bald eagles.
Students will observe and understand similarities and differences between Bald eagles and Peregrine falcons and summarize their findings in an organized way or via a classroom presentation.
Students will learn how researchers use ethograms to draw conclusions about animal behavior and create their own ethograms based on activities in a Bald Eagle nest.
Middle school students will learn about the digestive systems of Bald Eagles and compare/contrast them with human digestive systems.
Students will read blogs and books and look at photos of eaglets in various developmental stages to learn about the changes an eagle goes through as it moves from hatch to fledge.
Join Chelsea McKinney on one of our first episodes at the National Conservation Training Center to visit our Bald Eagle Nest and learn how we can use online remote cameras to study the United States’ national bird.