This bald eagle nest is located near a trout hatchery in Decorah, Iowa.
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.
This live cam overlooks a bald eagle nest high in a white oak tree in a secluded valley north of Decorah.
The Raptor Resource Project brings you this bird cam, live from an island in the heart of the Mississippi River’s Driftless area.
Welcome to the Fraser Point Bald Eagle nest on Santa Cruz Island, California!
Welcome to Santa Cruz Island, the largest island in Channel Islands National Park off the coast of southern California.
Welcome to Catalina Island, 22 miles off the coast of southern California!
Here in California’s Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park, you’re surrounded by some of the tallest trees on the planet.
By now, most of the breeding bald eagles found in Arizona have returned to their nests and laid eggs for this year.
The Raptor Resource Project is a non-profit 501c3 dedicated to preserving and strengthening raptor populations, expanding participation in raptor conservation, and educating people around the world about raptors and their habitats.
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 use words acquired through reading, being read to, and conversation to discuss and write about Bald Eagles.