It's kind of hard to believe these eaglets grow up to be such majestic birds. Catch our baby eaglets live in action with their mom by clicking on the link! http://www.boonshoftmuseum.org/programs-events/special-events/eagle-cam-stream-1
Real time Eagle nest cam goes live Friday April 20, 2012. 10 am PDT. Come and join in the fun and watch a 20 year mated pair of Eagles, Ma and Pa Hornby and hopefully babies this year. Last year 2 eggs, 2 hatches, 2 made it to fledge. Hornby Island, British Columbia, Canada. (This is not the Hornby Nest but this is what you will see if they have viable eggs this year)
This website is fantastic! It has many different concept ideas including grouping animals by what they eat, habitat games, live eagle nest cam, games, activity and coloring pages, and some animal fact guides. There is a game where the students can design their own habitat as well. This will be a very beneficial website for each concept I will teach each day.
It's not often you get to see wildlife in its natural habitat - humans tend to spook creatures into hiding. But we live in the technology age and that means we can take a look at what they're doing via live cameras at zoos, wildlife care facilities and out in the wild. We spent some time scouring the web to find some of the wildlife web cams that are out there. Bookmark your favorites and enjoy!