A live streaming video from a nesting pair of bald eagles is now featured on the DNR’s website at http://www.eaglecam.dnr.state.mn.us/ and we have linked to it in our "Webcams" widget on the right sidebar. It is up and running right now and as I write this I am watching one of the eagles in the snowy nest. To learn a little more background information about this webcam, it's location, etc. click on the following link to the DNR's news release: Minnesota DNR debuts bald eagle camera
Did you know Minnesota has more bald eagles than any other state in the lower 48 states? Click here to learn about eagles and their comeback from being an endangered species:
MN DNR's Eagle information page
UPDATE: There are three eggs in the nest that are expected to hatch very soon; approximately 35 days after they were laid. They are thought to have been laid right around the new year. The Minnesota Bound Eagle Cam is running again, too, so you'll want to keep an eye on both.