Photo Credit: Deb Stecyk, Bald Eagles 101
The NCTC bald eagle pair have been busy guarding their nest and setting on eggs. They use their beaks to turn the eggs about every hour for even heating (photo).
The eggs were laid on Feb. 15 and 18. We hope to see the first egg hatch after March 22! You can view our two live nest cams at: https://www.outdoorchannel.com/live/eaglecam
We now have a second nest camera online - you can choose a closeup or wide angle nest view: https://www.outdoorchannel.com/live/eaglecam
The NCTC bald eagles "branch manager" video has been getting airplay across the country on CBS, CNN, Fox, NBC, Facebook and Twitter. Here's a sample: https://twitter.com/FOX10Phoenix/status/1629753191003815937
Please join us on March 16 at 1:00 pm ET for “Live from the Eagle’s Nest!” - our bi-weekly program during the bald eagle nesting season at the National Conservation Training Center. On each program we’ll catch up on the latest nest action and answer your eagle questions too. Teachers, students and anyone interested in bald eagles is welcome to join us on NCTC Livestream! https://livestream.com/nctc
You'll find our schedule here: https://fws.gov/story/2023-02/2023-nctc-eagle-update