As a falconer, my husband seems to come across some of the coolest things. This one is too enjoyable not to share. Its a live feed of a nesting pair of bald eagles in Rome, Georgia.
The bald eagle couple calls the Berry College campus home, for a few months out of the year. Their nest is located in a tall pine tree situated between the main entrance and the parking lot of the Athletic and Recreation Center. They currently have 2 eggs they're caring for that we caught the male rolling; good daddy.
Thanks to college staff, the "approach" video camera was moved closer to the nest, during this past summer. A Georgia Power crew, mounted a "nest cam" in a branch near the eagles’ nest. Due to their efforts, we can all enjoy watching the eagles care for their eggs, and hopefully, eaglets, this spring.
Watch the Eagles at: http://www.berry.edu/eaglecam/
Photo courtesy of Examiner.com