Live feed of a California bald eagle nest

One year when my kids were younger, a local television station (PBS?) carried a live feed of a bald eagle nest in northern Wisconsin. One of our favorite things that spring was checking on the nest before heading out the door to school.

Well, today I stumbled upon a live feed of a nest in California, apparently somewhere near Big Bear Lake (as the feed is titled “Big Bear Bald Eagle Live Nest Cam”). Big Bear Lake is in southern California, east of Los Angeles, east of Riverside and San Bernardino. The background scenery is gorgeous!

Hopefully this YouTube link will continue working to carry the live feed for a while. There’s something very peaceful about watching a nest. All is still, with just enough occasional activity to provide interest. If you could use a few moments to calm your mind, why not try gazing at these eagles beside the lake?

About Katherine Wikoff

I am a college professor at Milwaukee School of Engineering, where I teach literature, film studies, political science, and communication. I also volunteer with a Milwaukee homeless sanctuary, Repairers of the Breach, as chair of the Communications and Fund Development Committee.
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5 Responses to Live feed of a California bald eagle nest

  1. Wyrd Smythe says:

    I see bald eagles around here from time to time, but the best one was when I was up in Canada on a fishing trip and watched one swoop down and pluck a fish from the water about 20 feet away from us!

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  2. I remember the peregrine falcons nest on the First Wisconsin Building downtown. Such excitement when the chicks were born!!

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  3. paulrwaibel says:

    Really Great! Thanks for posting.

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