The website is at http://www.berry.edu/eaglecam/ Or their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/berrycollegeeagles There is a MacRumors thread from last year Countdown to first flight for Berry College (Georgia) bald eagle chick in which we saw the parents raise one female chick successfully. I figured to start a new thread for the 2015 eagle-raising effort but the mods could merge the two threads if they prefer and could make a more general thread title. Anyway, stay tuned for two potential bald eagle hatchlings before mid-February. The college has switched their live stream provider so theyve been having a few issues, right now theres just one of the nest cams working. Last year they just had the one egg hatch (February 22) and so lavished full attention on the chick, a female that fledged out successfully on May 22. Time will tell if they have double the trouble this year! For now they just have to defend the nest against any predators and keep those eggs warm. Speaking of predators: theres a nice video here of the papa eagle scaring off another eagle that flew into the nest area from the upper left. Its cool how he makes himself look so much bigger and acts so ferocious, but then settles ever so gently back on those precious eggs. Many of us are used to songbirds hatching eggs in a few weeks and fledging them out in a few more. These eagles take up to three months before they can fly and only then start learning how to catch their own food. In the meantime the parents both care for the babies.