The next cam down is also a PTZ cam focused on the nest from a different angle.The third video screen shows the nest tree and the canopy from a high-definition cam anchored on a different tree at a lower angle.I'm also very proud to have started Cam Girl to gather and share helpful information, tips and advice for those who are new to the camming world.So I welcome everyone to join, read, and share ACF and CGW with those who you think might find them useful!I play music in my room that I love and know, so requests are only granted if it's something already in my playlist. My apologies, unless you're into that sort of thing!Some of my fave artists you'll hear in my playlists (I use Spotify/Sonos): Coheed and Cambria * Disturbed * Chevelle * Breaking Benjamin * Stone Temple Pilots * Godsmack * 12 Stones * AFI * Circa Survive * Minus the Bear * Evanesence * Fiona Apple * Flyleaf * Incubus * The Used * We're the Millers * This Is The End * Shaun of the Dead * Jerry Mc Guire * Van Wilder * The Neverending Story * The Princess Bride * Step Brothers * Forgetting Sarah Marshall * Meet Joe Black * Lord of the Rings Video games (Lately a lot of Rust, Overwatch, Rocket League, and Factorio).Mom and Dad typically remain in the nest area for 30-45 days after their young have fledged/migrated, enjoying some well-deserved time alone together in their special Florida habitat.
The conversations and interactions I have daily in my chat room are so very fulfilling to me.
Three high-definition cams are available on this page.
The first is a pan/tilt/zoom cam (PTZ), that provides incredible up close views of activities in the nest.
Since these photos and videos can be copied and duplicated over and over, we request that when you post these up to Facebook, IG, Websites, Blogs, or another social media location, the following information be included at the end of your photo/video caption: © 2017 American Eagle Foundation, EAGLES. These live feeds are the intellectual property of the AEF, and we kindly request that you do not attempt to embed or live stream these feeds on your website, blog, app, etc., or attempt to monetize screen shots or video captures. In order to protect the eagles and their nest, the specific location of this nest is private and cannot be disclosed.
Beginning October 1, 2013, the American Eagle Foundation (AEF) began providing live video streaming from a wild eagle nest located near the NE coast of Florida.