Berry College Eagle Cam – Mount Berry, Georgia.

You are watching a live feed of the Berry College Eagles. The male(slightly smaller in size) and female both help in incubation of the eggs and will also both provide food for the eaglets after they hatch. This camera was Set up and is maintained by Berry College, a private college located in Mount Berry, Georgia. Nesting starts in early January. Please keep in mind the lights used to see at night can only be seen by the cameras. The Eagles or any other wildlife are not able to see the lights. For more information about this live broadcast check out berry.edu.

Eggs hatch about XNUMX days after being laid.

About this nest – The nest is located in a tall pine tree situated between the main entrance and the parking lot of the Steven J. Cage Athletic and Recreation Center. This is the only known live camera feed of a Bald Eagles nest in the state of Georgia.

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Bob from Michigan
Bob from Michigan(@robertlawera)
1 lat temu

4 / 01 / 21

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Cammi
Cammi
1 lat temu

Still empty
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Ardyth ~ Tucson
Ardyth ~ Tucson(@ardyth)
1 lat temu

Listen to those winds!!!!!

Pam in Pa
Pam in Pa(@pam_in_pa)
1 lat temu

Well, this is interesting,…..guess the camera got flipped upside down. LOL
XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX @ XNUMX:XNUMX a.m.

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Ardyth ~ Tucson
Ardyth ~ Tucson(@ardyth)
1 lat temu
Odpowiedzieć do  Pam in Pa

 :zdziwiony: must be from the winds

Bob from Michigan
Bob from Michigan(@robertlawera)
1 lat temu
Odpowiedzieć do  Ardyth ~ Tucson

It’s the cam settings image orientation. (computer glitch) Somebody has to do a XNUMX flip and save settings.

Pam in Pa
Pam in Pa(@pam_in_pa)
1 lat temu
Odpowiedzieć do  Bob from Michigan

Well I guess that’s better than the camera being upside down.  :treść uśmiech: 

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XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX Tornado sirens.