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Berry College Eagle Cam

Location: Berry College, Mount Berry

These cameras focus on bald eagles nesting in a 100-foot-tall pine tree near the athletic and recreation center on Berry College’s 27,000-acre campus in northwest Georgia. Nesting activity typically occurs from fall through April-May. The eagles laid two eggs in early January. One -- B6 -- hatched on the evening of Valentine's Day. B7 hatched the next day. As of mid-April, the eaglets have been "branching" -- moving from the nest onto branches and flapping their wings, a behavior common before fledging. The adults raised two eaglets last year. That summer, the college and project supporters installed two new nest cameras, with audio, plus a new approach cam.

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Learn more about bald eagles, or explore nesting survey details in the Nongame Conservation Section's annual report.

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