Sea Eagle Web Cam

This is A-MA-ZING! The National Parks & Wildlife Service have put a webcam close to a white-tailed sea eagle nest down in Glengarriff Nature Reserve, Co Cork. The camera’s there so that NPWS they can keep an eye on the nest, but it also means we can all watch.

There’s a whole website about Glengarriff Nature Reserve that you can check out, and, if there’s not much live action on the webcam, they’ve a clip there of more happening.

Can’t get enough bird live action? Try these webcams:

We’ll follow up with some other great webcam sites in a few days. They great gray owl nest is in Montana, USA, so if you’ll be able to watch dawn without getting up too early because of the time difference!

Published by Louise Allcock

Professor of Zoology at NUI Galway

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