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Can people watch eaglets hatch with the Decorah eagles cam?

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The Decorah eagle cam is a live streaming webcam that shows viewers baby eagles hatching and being raised in the wild. The camera has been active since 2011 and, as of the summer of 2015, the Decorah nest is still in use annually by a bald eagle pair.

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The Decorah eagle cam is an outreach service of the non-profit Raptor Resource Project, which raises awareness and provides direct intervention to preserve the habitats and nests of various birds of prey. The live stream is found at RaptorResource.org. It is also broadcast on fan page, DecorahEagleCamAlerts.com, where viewers can sign up for alerts of exciting events that are taking place live. Visitors can also watch archived video of key moments, including the footage of the eaglets' actual hatching if it has already occurred that year.

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