Eagle Cam is Back 27 Jan 16

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resource’s popular EagleCam is back and there is already an egg to watch.

This is the fourth year the DNR has streamed live video from a bald eagle nest at an undisclosed location in the Twin Cities.

The DNR believes this pair of eagles is the same pair that has been tending the nest in the past several years. The eagle laid her first egg of the season Monday, and although that may seem a little early, this is typical for this pair.

Last year the eagle laid her first egg January 19th and the pair fledged two eaglets. Eagles typically lay one to three eggs about two days apart. Eggs are incubated for about 35 days so a new eaglet should be in the nest by the beginning of March. 

Click the eagle below to watch the live video.