Pittsburgh Bald Eagles

Pittsburgh Bald Eagles
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Pittsburgh (Hays) Bald Eagles

After an absence of more than 200 years, the Bald Eagle is back and nesting in the City of Pittsburgh. This historic pair of once endangered raptors are nesting for a second year on a steep bluff above the Monongahela River in Hays near Pittsburgh's Southside. This web cam, made possible by PixController and the Pennsylvania Game Commission, is the first and only web cam documenting an eagle nest in Pennsylvania.

The breeding pair are taking it in turns to incubate the three eggs, the first of which is due to hatch around the 26th of March. Adding in another 10 – 12 weeks for the eaglets to fledge would end this cam's season around the end of June/early July.