Eagle Cam

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Camera Captures Eaglet Birth In Minnesota

A camera set up by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has captured one of the season’s first bald eagle births. The birth was caught on video Tuesday by the department’s EagleCam. According to the department, the first of three eggs was laid on Jan. 19 or 20, and it usually takes 35 days for eagles to incubate their eggs.

02/26/2015

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DNR: Rescued Eaglet To Get Treatment At Raptor Center

Facebook started blowing up Friday over a problem in the Minnesota Eagle’s Nest where the DNR has a camera. One of the eaglets in the nest is struggling. The DNR says it appears to be stuck in the mud on the nest from all of our recent rain.

05/02/2014

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DNR EagleCam Attracts Thousands Of Gawkers

eople all over the world are getting a chance to see Minnesota bald eagles up close. The “DNR EagleCam” is in its second year, but this is the first time the eagles laid eggs that hatched into chicks. The live feed, available online, gets thousands of hits a day with people wanting to see the chicks in their natural habitat, according to Lori Naumann, DNR Nongame Wildlife Program information officer.

04/02/2014

Raptor Resource Project

Tornado Victim Identified, 2nd Man Dies During Cleanup

The tornado that tore through north Minneapolis has claimed two lives — one man died after a tree fell on his vehicle and a second victim collapsed while assisting in cleanup efforts.

05/23/2011