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Live webcams focus on live action of eagles rearing their eaglets

Bald eagles are thriving in the Northwest after being removed from the U.S. Endangered Species list in 2007. (File / The Spokesman-Review)
Bald eagles are thriving in the Northwest after being removed from the U.S. Endangered Species list in 2007. (File / The Spokesman-Review)

Bald eagles nesting on Vancouver Island

Internet surfers around the world are flocking to the Hancock Wildlife Foundation Web site to watch live video of a pair of bald eagles rearing their young in a nest near Victoria, British Columbia.

Cameras mounted near the nest first caught the mother laying eggs in February, and then revealed the three eaglets hatching.

Now viewers can tune in to see them grow and ultimately fledge this summer.

Check it out here.



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