I almost hate to foist this on you, but we’ll need a replacement for HummingbirdCam since those two chicks will soon fledge.
So there is another EagleCam—this one in Decorah, Iowa. It also has three eggs, and two chicks have just hatched. The important features of this one are that it operates 24/7 and has infrared video, so you can see the eagles sleeping at night, and it also has sound, so you can hear the birds making noise. In fact, you can hear the two new chicks making distinctly un-eagle-like peeps.
Here’s a screenshot; you can see that the nest is considerably smaller than the one we’ve been watching.