These eagles are roosting high in an oak tree north of Decorah, Iowa.
At night, you might see the eagle sitting proudly in her nest, during the day, you might see one feeding the chicks.
Patch said, in the 12 hours it was operational, the cam had gotten 20 to 30 million views on You Tube.
Getting a bit weary of watching her kind of mosey around the barn, standing half in shadow, occasionally receiving a visit from the vet?
The power of You Tube, he explained, was a way that his park in rural New York could reach millions of people around the world.
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There's no telling when April, who lives at Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, New York, will give birth to her fourth calf.
Giraffes are pregnant for 15 months, "give or take 60 days," the park's veterinarian said in a video last month. On Monday, the park posted on Facebook that "early morning observations indicate no significant changes in physical appearance. We are waiting for increased pacing to indicate an active labor situation has begun, in addition to pushing/contractions."There are plenty of bird nest cams, but few are as impressive as those watching America's national bird, the bald eagle.