To watch live footage of bald eagles, go to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources webpage, dnr.state.mn.us, click the Nature tab, then click Web Cams and choose EagleCam. A limited number of people can watch at one time, so you may have to wait while it loads.
This is a live stream video and may contain some disturbing images of life in an eagle's nest. Viewers should practice discretion while watching. There is no audio available, and there may be a slight delay before the live stream starts. There is a mobile version available on YouTube as well. Eagles lay their eggs in late winter, incubate them for around 35 days, and then feed and care for the young for another eight to fourteen weeks. Therefore March, April, and May are good months to observe eagle activity.