CarbonTV Eagle Cam
The Bald Eagle has been the national emblem of the United States since 1782 and a symbol of resilience as a once endangered species. In partnership with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, CarbonTV brings you 24/7 live streaming of this majestic creature in it’s native habitat. Join a pair of eagles in their nest 100 feet above ground as they battle the odds and elements to survive. Watch every second as they prepare their nest in the fall, lay their eggs in early spring and be the first to see the hatch and summer growth of the 2016 eagle chicks. The CarbonTV Eagle Cam is located near the Platte River State Fish Hatchery, which was established in 1928 as a satellite rearing station and converted to the state's main salmon hatchery in 1972. This facility raises coho and chinook salmon and is the main egg take station for coho salmon in the Upper Great Lakes. Viewers should be advised that as awesome as nature is, it is also harsh at times. It is entirely possible that they may see unpleasant events and natural circumstances (predation, disease, etc.) in this active nest. In the event of such events, no human intervention by the Department of Natural Resources or any other agency will occur. View at your own discretion.
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