Check out this live in-nest stream of Decorah Eagles awaiting their egss to hatch, brought to you by the Raptor Resource Project. The nest sits 80 feet above the ground, with the male and the female bald eagles sitting on the three eggs during the entire incubation period. One of the parents is protecting the eggs almost 100% of the time. You can even hear the wind blowing, traffic flowing and other birds whistling in the U-stream!
Isn't this amazing?