What Is Shown on the Alcoa Eagle Cam?


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The Alcoa eagle cam shows Liberty and Justice, a pair of bald eagles who nest on the Alcoa Davenport Works property in Davenport, Iowa. Two streaming video cameras offer viewers real-time glimpses into the lives of these eagles and their offspring.

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What Is Shown on the Alcoa Eagle Cam?
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The pair of eagles built their nest about 85 feet off the ground in a cottonwood tree along the Mississippi River. Alcoa installed its first eagle cam in 2010 shortly after Liberty and Justice fledged their first pair of eaglets. As of 2015 Liberty and Justice have raised nine eaglets under the watchful eyes of nearly 25 million fans. Once their chicks fly off each year, Liberty and Justice remain in Davenport, using their nest intermittently for eating and preparing for the next year.

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