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Harrison Bay Eagle Cam wows viewers

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(WRCB) – The bald eagle is an iconic symbol of The United States, but you rarely get a glimpse.

Now, there's a live webcam set up at Harrison Bay State Park where you can watch a pair of eagles as they nest.

The Bear Trace Golf Course superintendent worked for months to set up the camera so you could watch.

The nest is 75 feet up in a tree.

It is hoped the eagle couple will produce two or three eggs at the end of this month.

And it takes eagle eggs about 35 days to hatch.

The young eaglets won't leave the nest until April.


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