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Channel Islands Live: Nest Cam

Channel Islands Live: Nest Cam You may have seen a bald eagle before, but have you seen an eagle live as it feeds its newly hatched chick? This Webcam allows users to peer into the nest of a wild eagle without disturbing it's habitat. This features requires users to launch a media player in order
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Channel Islands Live: Nest Cam


You may have seen a bald eagle before, but have you seen an eagle live as it feeds its newly hatched chick? This Webcam allows users to peer into the nest of a wild eagle without disturbing it's habitat. This features requires users to launch a media player in order to view the cam.

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