Eagle Cam

The Eagle Cam information chronicles the activities of the eagle nest located on the grounds of the US FWS National Conservation Training Center near the Potomac River in Shepherdstown, West Virginia. The nest has been active during nesting seasons starting in 2005. The eagles have fledged a number of juvenile bald eagles over the years.

Live Video

Eagle Cam Live Video is located at: http://outdoorchannel.com/eaglecam/

Eagle Cam Live Video is hosted on a non-USFWS site. We do not control the content or policies of the site you are about to visit. You should always check site policies before providing personal information or reusing content.

Still Image

The Eagle Cam Still Image is a snapshot taken of the eagle's nest every 30 seconds.

Eagle Cam Timeline


Nest Information

Educator Resources on the American Bald Eagle and Conservation Education

This is a collection of videos, slide shows, lesson plans and websites that will be helpful to teachers, home schooling parents, and students.

Teachers: If you have lesson plans you would like to share or, if you'd like to schedule an online presentation for your students, please e-mail: randy_robinson@fws.gov


April 29, 2020

May 6, 2020

American Bald Eagle's Nest: An Overview of Nest History and Bald Eagle Behaviors (PowerPoint Document-64 slides)