PixController's 2014 online streaming camera of the bald eagle nest, three egg hatchings and subsequent fledglings in Hays became one of the biggest stories of the year and generated much public interest. Here, a bald eagle sits in a nest on Feb. 27.
Pennsylvania Game Commission
Hanover bald eagle on March 24, 2015, the day of hatching.
Dorothy, the 16-year-old peregrine falcon at the University of Pittsburgh, laid an egg at 6:42 a.m. on April 2, 2015.
These live video feeds are made possible through a partnership of the Pennsylvania Game Commission, the Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania, PixController, Comcast Business, and WildEarth.
A live stream from the Hays eagle nesting site:
A live stream from the Harmar nesting site:
A live stream from atop the Cathedral of Learning at the University of Pittsburgh:
Dorothy, the 16-year-old female falcon. 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.
An eagle in the nest near Hanover, Pa. (Image courtesy of Pennsylvania Game Commission)
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