Southwest Florida Eagle Cam Live
It's a beautiful day in Southwest Florida, Harriet and M15 were in the nest earlier getting ready for the 2019-2020 season. Stick around to see if they return this evening!
Southwest Florida Eagle Cam Live update:
Harriet and M15 are working to ready their nest for a new generation of offspring. Time off allowed them to renew themselves and restore energy for their grand endeavor.
Harriet stopped by for an occasional visit to her beloved nest and territory throughout the summer months. The nest and tree held fast over the break. As the new Nesting Season approached, Harriet and M15 made more appearances, perched together, added sticks and grasses to the nest and engaged in all their bonding behaviors.
M15 delivered a fish gift for Harriet which she graciously ate the next morning. Harriet even brought prey to the nest for her own lunch. Like a beautiful dance, they picked up where they left off and never missed a beat.
Securing the home front is a priority as they warn away unwanted visitors. Harriet and M15 perched in the nest tree overnight and pesky owls buzzed M15 one night then Harriet the very next night. They were caught off guard by the silent flight of the owls who are possibly looking for a nest.
Harriet and M15 remain cautious and alert in defense of their nest and territory which they are not about to give up. Situations may change and the landscape may shift but Harriet and M15 will work tirelessly making all the necessary preparations to ensure a successful Season of rearing their young.
Southwest Florida Eagle Cam 360
It's a beautiful day in Southwest Florida, Harriet and M15 were in the nest earlier getting ready for the 2019-2020 season!
Viewer react to Southwest Florida Eagle Cam Live
Elizabeth Knox Beautiful nest, so tidy but wait when when eggs are hatched and those eaglets make a mess. Poor dad, feeding and cleaning up, love Harriet and M15. He sounds like a James bond spy!
Angela DeFlumere Wetzelaer' Not that I like it, but it’s all a part of nature. Last year I had to keep my chickens in their run because of a juvenile hawk, until he relocated.
Phyllis Edwards oh know, thats terrible, seem to attack at night when they are resting, I remember when wee e8 was attacked and hurt, had to be be taken to the animal hospital, thanks to them who searched for him, love Southwest Florida Eagle Cam Live