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Is there an eagle nest cam in Iowa?

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Since 2009, the Alcoa Eagle Cam at Davenport Works has monitored the nest of bald eagles Justice and Liberty and their nine eaglets. The nest is located in a cottonwood tree near the Mississippi River, about 80 to 85 feet above the ground.

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Is there an eagle nest cam in Iowa?
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Nearly 25 million people from around the world have tuned in to the Alcoa Eagle Cam, as of 2015. Eagles in Iowa tend to lay their eggs in mid- to late-February, with the eaglets hatching in about a month's time. The young birds grow quickly, and are ready to fly after only a couple of months. Viewers are particularly eager to view the nest during these exciting winter and spring months.

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