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The Southwest Florida Eagle Cam

Get up close and personal with your local bald eagles through the Southwest Florida Eagle Cam.

These cameras show three different angles of the birds’ nest. They also feature a 360 camera that allows you to move the image and view the nest and its surroundings.

At any time, you can log onto their website and live-stream the bald eagle nest.

These live cameras started as a family project.

“We were able to see how great they were every day when we came in and out of our property, but we wanted to share that with everyone else,” said Ginnie Pritchett-McSpadden, Co-Founder of the Southwest Florida Eagle Cam.

Right now, the bald eagles, Harriet and M15, are expecting hatchlings. While they have eggs, there will always be an eagle in the nest to help incubate the eggs.

Like many people here in Southwest Florida, birds migrate south for the winter. They do not always occupy the nest. While they have been spotted throughout the year, they officially reside in this nest from October to May.

For more information check out their website .

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