As of 2015, Berry College offers two eagle cams. Camera 1 provides views of the nest located in a tree near the Steven J. Cage Athletic and Recreation Center, and Camera 2 covers a second nest in the remote Mountain Campus.
Infrared lighting helps viewers watch the eagles even during the dark hours without disturbing the eagles' natural patterns.
Students spotted the first bald eagle couple on the campus of Berry College in 2012, and the second nest was discovered in 2014. Interested parties can keep up with the eagles by viewing the eagle cams at Berry.edu and following the Berry College Eagles Facebook page.