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The 16-year-old female falcon is on an egg. In 2014 her egg died, and she was challenged for the spot by younger falcons. Ornithologists thought 2014 was going to be her last nesting.

Live from Hanover

Click here for live streaming video of bald eagle nest at Codorus State Park, York County, and additional eagle information from the state Game Commission.

Hanover, Pa. eagles
An eagle in the nest near Hanover, Pa. (Image courtesy of Pennsylvania Game Commission)

Pittsburgh eagle stories

March 31, 2015: What happened to the eagle eggs this year?

March 27, 2015: Disappointing conclusion to bald eagles’ breeding season

August 11, 2014: Hays eagles soon to be empty-nesters

June 15, 2014: Eaglets preparing to leave the nest

March 9, 2014: Close-ups of Pittsburgh’s eagles bring dose of reality

Feb. 26, 2014: Hays eagles now have three eggs in their nest

August 15, 2013: Do Pittsburgh's bald eagles have an empty nest?

July 4, 2013: Baby bald eagle takes flight in Pittsburgh

Click here for the 2014 Hays eagles archive

Hays eagles
The 2014 Hays eagles archive

Eagle cams elsewhere

Click a link to watch streaming video from other bald eagle cams.

• Hays

Fort St. Vrain, Colorado

Decorah, Iowa

Minnesota

Southwest Florida

Northeast Florida

Davenport, Iowa


First Published January 31, 2014 1:38 PM

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