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The streaming video project is the result of a partnership between the National Conservation Training Center, the Friends of the National Conservation Training Center, and a group of bald eagle enthusiasts called the Eaglet Momsters.

The link below will take you to the Eagle Cam Live Video:


To view Eagle Cam Live Video on your computer you will need:

1. A fast connection to the internet via cable modem, DSL or other broadband technology. A dial-up modem is too slow to allow video to play properly.

2. RealPlayer installed on your computer. This is available via a free download. You may need to download and install the free RealPlayer from:

Please allow approximately 20 minutes to download and install RealPlayer. This is a one time installation.

Hint: when installing, de-select any check boxes that will send you more information (advertisements) via e-mail.

If you don't have a fast internet connection, not a problem!

You can still enjoy the eaglet action from the Single Image Eagle Cam where the photos are automatically updated every 30 seconds.

Also, be sure to check out the NCTC Eagle Cam Daily Web Log (blog for short). The blog has great photos of the birds from eggs to eaglets and "behind the scenes" information!

DOI EMPLOYEES: There is a Department of the Interior (DOI) Internet Acceptable Use policy in place that governs the use of the Internet. Please review this policy here.

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