The Duke Farms Eagle Cam offers a live look at a bald eagle nest. The camera showed the hatching of an egg in March 2015. In July 2015, a lightning strike put the camera out of commission, but Duke Farms promised to replace it later that year.
Duke Farms installed the webcam in 2008 and built lesson plans around it. The Duke Farms website has a timeline of the 2015 nesting season. The webcam usually just shows an adult eagle protecting eggs, but once the eggs hatch, there is much more activity visible. Duke Farms states that the lightning strike did not harm the eagles.