Streaming adult cams
A pair of adult eagles arrived at the nest in the fall of 2013 and although no one is sure it is the original pair, the couple successfully raised two eaglets, Indy and Jules, in the 2014 season.The pair returned to their territory for the 2015 season to fledge two more eaglets, Kilo and Lima.White Rock Nest On a private portion of the White Rock bluff overlooking Boundary Bay is a small grove of evergreens.One tree, only about 100 feet from the back porch of a home, has an eagle nest in it.The adult eagles moved, to be the first local pair to nest on a nearby high tension power line tower.The red tails re-occupied the site for a couple of years until they were attacked by the eagles who rebuilt the nest in 2010 and produced two young that season.Unfortunately, Mom Delta broke her left leg in February of 2014, but she soldiered on and amazingly went on to lay two eggs and along with her devoted mate successfully raised two eaglets named Ariel and Hunter.Harrison Mills Nest The Harrison Mills nest is located in the community of Harrison Mills, BC.
An artificial nest structure, designed by David Hancock, sits beside the tree where it can be used by the eagles both as a perch and as a replacement nest site if something happens to the tree.
The nest, barely visible from the ground, is 172 feet up in a huge Douglas fir on the 10th green of the Sandpiper golf course situated on the edge of the Chehalis - Harrison river flats.
To the northeast, we can also see an incredible view of the Chehalis - Harrison Flats where the Tower Cams are located and the world's largest gathering of bald eagles annually occurs The history of the Harrison Mills nest is not known other than the pair did produce at least one chick in 2012.
The chicks of 2012 were named Linux and Goldwing, in memory of the HWF’s very dear friend and supporter, Richard Pitt.
Our eagle pair returned for the 2014 nesting season.
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A new PTZ cam, installed for the 2013 season, gave us a “bird’s eye view” of this very special eagle family, and the eagles again laid three eggs, all of which hatched; however, the youngest eaglet didn't survive the hatching process, and the middle one died after a week and a half for no obvious reason.