Teach about Bald Eagles in your Classroom!
The EagleCam provides inspiration and educational opportunities for teachers who want to bring New Jersey’s wildlife into their classrooms.
Free Resource: "Duke Farms' Bald Eagles" is a free, photo-rich e-book — viewable online on any computer or tablet — that provides everything you need to know about the eagles, their celebrated nest, and the brand-new high-definition EagleCam that enables viewers around the world to watch the eagle family at any time of day or night.
Free Resource: "Bald Eagles in the Meadowlands & Beyond" is a free, 62-page online book by New Jersey Meadowlands Commission and Conserve Wildlife Foundation of 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.
Classroom Activities and Lessons:
Jump start your use of the webcam as a tool for learning in the classroom:
Birds of Prey - Who Done It? - 653.0KB
Birds of Prey - Who Done It? Powerpoint for Students - 718.4KB
Birds of Prey - Who Done It? Powerpoint for Teachers - 778.9KB
Eagle Food Observations - 77.3KB
Birds of Prey - 411.4KB
Blogging Using Live Cams - 729.8KB
Creating Digital Stories Using Eagle Cam - 417.4KB
Introducing Bald Eagles & EagleCam To Your Students - 1.6MB
Fun Facts about the Bald Eagle - 132.4KB
Adopt a Species - Bald eagle - 197.5KB
Build a Raptor - 55.8KB
Deadly Links - 198.1KB
Shrinking Habitat - 32.4KB
2015 EagleCam Journal - 223.5KB
Register your class! It’s free and so easy!
When you register your class, you will get live e-mail updates as they are posted to the website. You will also receive updated educational information as it is added to the web.
Stephanie DAlessio, Director of Education
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