These two camera views show a live uninterruppted glimpse into the wildlife of Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.
The Friends of Blackwater began broadcasting still images from a bald eagle nest at Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge in 2004, a total of 25 eagle eggs hatched at the nest. After several failed nesting seasons the bald eagles abandoned the nest. Since the abandoning, two live streaming video and audio cameras one Pan-Tilt-Zoom have been installed at a new nest at the Refuge that you see on the live player.
The two cams display live views from the wild bald eagle nest at Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge in Maryland, many other species of raptors have stopped by including Great Horned Owls.
Jan 24, 2022 - Great Horned Owls have been visiting the nest
April 7, 2022 - Eagles did not use the nest but adult and immature eagles have visited the nest
April 13, 2022 - The male and female eagle have not used the nest this year, but a pair of Great Horned Owls have been spotted at this nest site
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