May 1, 2006Posted: Updated:
Two web-enabled cameras have been placed next to a bald eagle's nest in Kent, Washington. The cameras send updated pictures to a web server every five seconds. What you see depends on whether the eagles are resting, feeding their young, or out searching for food. Remember, all the events are natural.
The project is funded through sales of personalized license plates and through private donations: http://wdfw.wa.gov/wildwatch/eaglecam/kent.html
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