An eagle's nest is called an eyrie. Eagles normally build eyries high up on cliffs or in tall trees. The inaccessibility of the eyrie protects the small clutch of eggs. More »

A baby eagle is called an eaglet, but is often referred to as a chick. There are 59 species of eagles and they are all birds of prey. More »

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How long a baby bird takes to leave the nest depends on its species. Some, such as ducklings, leave the nest within 2 days. Eagles, on the other hand, take 2 to 3 months to mature enough to fly and remain near their home... More »

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has an eagle nest camera named the Hays Bald Eagle Nest Cam. The camera is located near the community of Hays, a neighborhood on the east side of Pittsburgh. As of 2015, the Hays Bald Eagle Nest... More »

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Occasionally, raccoons and great horned owls pose a threat to bald eagles in the nest. However, because of their large size and strong capacity for predation, bald eagles are not regular prey for any species. More »

The Hanover Eagle Cam, a popular livestream of a bald eagle nest located in Cordorus State Park in Hanover, Pennsylvania, is off the air as of July 3, 2015. The live cam provided a unique view of bald eagles in Pennsylva... More »

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Harpy eagles are apex predators and, consequently, only suffer predation from other harpy eagles while they are young and in the nest. Even this is rare, as at least one parent stays in the nest to defend the young. Adul... More »