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Eagle Cam Interaction

Welcome to the Eagle Cam, a collaboration with Duke Farms. This page allows viewers to view the cam, ask questions, leave comments, and most importantly: learn about eagles and their conservation in New Jersey.


 

Located on Duke Farms in central New Jersey, the EagleCam allows viewers an up close and personal view into the lives of a pair of bald eagles as they breed, incubate, and raise young. It is a perfect tool for teaching about wildlife and covers a variety of topics including animal behavior, bird biology and natural history, endangered species, food webs, contamination, and MORE!

Feel free to post comments, questions, and photos below regarding this nest and bald eagle conservation in New Jersey. Please be aware that we will moderate comments that are off-topic, rude or offensive. Thank you!

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