|Careful! Those are my babies! - Stop nagging. The cam is on! (Friends of Big Bear Valley)|
|Humans would be willing to help birds?|
Bring warm clothes. It's the 39th year that the U.S. Forest Service and California State Parks have organized the seasonal count to monitor how many eagles come to visit.
Afraid of the weather? Watch a pair of eagles with two eggs in their nest with the Big Bear Eagle Cam operated by Friends of Big Bear Valley from the comfort of home.
|Big Bear Eagle Cam: Bald eagle nestin|
UPDATE: More bald eagles spotted!
- 15 bald eagles spotted during final count of winter 2018 (latimes.com) Despite the rain U.S. Forest Service rangers and volunteers completed their final eagle-spotting expedition for the 2018 winter season, counting a total of 15 bald eagles in the San Bernardino and San Jacinto mountains...
- Final bald eagle count confirms 15 eagles (rotwnews.com) 10 adults, three juveniles, and the two chicks from nest in Big Bear... bald eagle chicks hatched live on webcam.
- 15 bald eagles spotted in SoCal count (ABC7.com) ...were spotted during an organized count at sites across inland Southern California over the weekend.
- 15 bald eagles spotted at Southern California lakes (AP)