DECORAH, IA (WKBT - With the start of spring comes an exciting time for our area.
Bald eagles in the driftless region are nesting, with baby eaglets hatching any time now. Not many people can see the new eaglets in their nest, but the Raptor Resource Project in Decorah has set up eagle cams to give people a glimpse into the lives of these eagles.
Partnering with Ustream, the Raptor Resource Project has maintained these eagle cams since 2010. It is the most viewed livestream of all time, with about 350 million views.
The Decorah North nest actually has had three eggs hatch already. The livestream for both nests in Decorah can be found on the Raptor Resource Project website, or by searching for the 'Decorah eagle cam' online.
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