Thursday, March 19, 2009

Sutton Center Bald Eagle Cam In Oklahoma

Want to see a live feed of an eagle's nest?
"This nest is on OG&E property at Sooner Lake near Stillwater, Oklahoma. The original dead nest tree used by this pair of eagles fell down. OG&E, with technical assistance from the Sutton Center and financial assistance from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, erected an artificial tower which these eagles have adopted successfully."


Check it out.
Is this a great time to be alive or what?

3 comments:

BB-Idaho said...

That is neat. Looks to be pretty high up in the air...I guess the eaglets have to learn to fly on the way down?!

Anonymous said...

There is an eagle cam in Oregon, also, if you're interested, though the picture quality does not appear to be quite as good. Our pair raised chicks two years ago, but last year abandoned their eggs. They've already returned to their nest again this year, though at the moment it's got a lot of snow in it.
Tasha

http://www.fs.fed.us/outdoors/naturewatch/eaglecam.html

drlobojo said...

Chick #1 hatched Saturday. 40 mph winds today. Chick and eggs visble frequently.