Then, thousands of viewers settle down to watch these babies grow and develop from downy bobble-heads to feisty and magnificent Eaglets, ready to take their first flight into what will be a steep learning curve of survival in the wild. This feature allows viewers to comment and ask questions about the eagles and AEF.Knowledgeable and friendly moderators help guide the discussion and provide insight about the eagles’ behaviors. Cameras are everywhere and has links to the best web cams in Hawaii.Don’t forget to rub in the fact that you’re in Hawaii, give everyone a time and the web cam link and you can wave to family and friends back home. Please note that these webcams are operated by third parties and therefore cannot guarantee the quality and availability of the feeds.AEF also encourages students and groups who are studying eagles or related topics to reserve time in the chat to ask questions and learn from experts.This has been a hugely successful endeavor, and we have welcomed many classrooms with students of all ages.
The first of two baby American bald eagles has begun to hatch in Fort Myers, Florida, delighting millions of people who have tuned in to watch the eaglets emerge.
What makes this different from our other features is that this free video chat feature lets you enter specific chat rooms.
You get to choose the type of conversations you want to have.
These Nest Cams provide unprecedented, high-definition insight into the Bald Eagle nesting process.
At the beginning of nesting season, wild Bald Eagles return to their ‘home nest’ and begin ‘nestorations.’ Sticks are brought in to reinforce the nest structure, and soft nesting material is replenished to provide the protective nest “bowl” into which eggs will be laid.