The Pennsylvania Bald Eagle Cam can be accessed and live-streamed from several different sites. Links to those sites are located on the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s web page. The camera typically is turned off when breeding season has ended.
In 2015, the camera focused on an active eagle’s nest in Hanover, Pennsylvania and had been on the nest since the end of winter. The two parents managed to raise two chicks. By June, most of the activity on the nest had ceased, and the cameras were turned off in early July. It is estimated that about 1.5 million people watched this family while the cameras were on.