Berry College Eagle Cam

Location: Berry College, Mount Berry

Currently, the approach cam above is the only working livestream camera. Berry College plans to replace the other cameras before the fall.

These cameras focus on bald eagles nesting in a tall pine near the Cage Center on Berry College's 27,000-acre campus in northwest Georgia. Nesting activity typically occurs from fall through April-May. This year the eagles laid an egg on Jan. 3 and a second Jan. 8. The first eaglet -- B8 -- hatched Feb. 11 and the second eaglet -- B9 -- early on Feb. 13. The adults also laid two eggs last January. Both of those young fledged in May.

To address high band-width use, the eagle cams now include advertisements at the start via LiveStream, which hosts the streams. Berry College has control over content and will work to ensure it is appropriate.
 

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

Keep the Berry College cams streaming!


Help conserve eagles and other Georgia wildlife:

  • Buy or renew a wildlife license plate.
  • Donate to the Georgia Natural Resources Foundation.

 

These cameras focus on bald eagles nesting in a tall pine near the Cage Center on Berry College's 27,000-acre campus in northwest Georgia.

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