The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources EagleCam is a live webcam feed trained on the nest of two adult bald eagles and their young. Three eggs appeared in the nest in early 2015.
As of 2015, Minnesota has the highest population of bald eagles in the lower 48 states. The state's DNR began the EagleCam in 2013, and officials with the agency said they believe the eagles seen on the webcam have been the same each year. The male and female took turns incubating the eggs and protecting them from the elements. Viewers later were able to watch the eagles feeding their young.