Adult live cam feeds
(1st egg: December 19 at pm; 2nd egg: December 22 at pm).Both successfully hatched eaglets (E7 hatched January 26 at am (day 38); E8 hatched January 27 at pm (day 36)) and spending the first few weeks of life developing on schedule. 9, E8 had to be cut free from the nest after getting monofilament fishing line wrapped around its leg and foot cutting off circulation, causing swelling.Camera #2 is located approximately 60 feet from the nest and has the ability to capture images of the nest action outside the view of Camera #1.(See diagram right for picture of cam locations) Both cameras are environmentally friendly, non-intrusive and positioned to offer the best view of the nest and birds while preserving the pristine beauty of the nest and their surroundings.E8 was taken to the CROW clinic for treatment and released back to the nest 3 days later.The young eaglets continued to thrive and develop into juvenile eagles, fledging the nest April 16 (E7) & May 3 (E8).After Ozzie’s passing in the early fall of 2015, Harriet & M15 bonded in late fall of 2015.This is their second season as a mated pair at this location.
The Southwest Florida Eagle Camera (SWFEC) does not interfere or intervene and allows nature to take its course.
Pursuant to state and federal law it is illegal to "take, feed, disturb, possess, sell, purchase or barter, or attempt to engage in any such conduct, any bald eagle or parts thereof, or their nests or eggs.
All violators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law." If you are viewing at night, please note Cam 1 is equipped with night vision or infrared light (IR).
After nearly 3 months at CROW, E8 was released back into the wild on August 18.
The 2016-2017 season is the fifth season Dick Pritchett Real Estate has provided the live look into this Southwest Florida nest.
• While spotted most months out the year in the area, they officially reside in this nest between the months of October and May.