A live view of the bald eagle nest at Big Bear Lake, California. The nest is on the San Bernardino National Forest. In order to protect the eagles, all access around the nest is closed to the public. Watch and chat with other viewers at http://www.iws.org/livecams.html. This camera is provided by The Friends of Big Bear Valley. Learn more about them at https://friendsofbigbearvalley.org/. Note: This camera system is solar-powered and there may be electronic interference during heavy charging periods (~9 am to 1 pm) that result in audio noise in the live stream. This cannot be heard by the eagles.
First Egg Laid on 1/3/18. Chick hatched 2/11/18.
Second Egg Laid on 1/6/18. Chick hatched 2/12/18.
Chicks were named Stormy and Baby Big Bear.
3/23/18: One of chicks (Baby Big Bear) died overnight, most likely of hypothermia resulting from soaking rains followed by near freezing temperatures.
3/28/18: Stormy was banded and dead chick was removed from nest.
4/26/18: Stormy exited nest prematurely and is perched about 20′ below nest.