Sea Eagle nest, Sydney Live Cam
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Sea Eagle nest, Sydney
Live webcam shows the nest of the sea eagle in real time. The nest is located on a tree near the Parramatta River in the Olympic Park of Sydney, Australia. A sea eagle, (or a bald eagle) is a bird of prey from the family of hawks.
While in the northern hemisphere the chicks of bald eagles have already risen on the wing, in the southern hemisphere they are just beginning to hatch. And vice versa. Live webcams and the difference in the seasons in different hemispheres of our planet allow us to watch the sea eagles (white-headed eagles) and their chicks year-round.
Watching live web cam at the nest of the sea eagle can be in real time at any time of the day. At night, the image will be black and white. Video from the webcam is in high definition Full HD with sound.
The camera can be operated by the operator to display all the most interesting.
Established in 2009, sea eagle nest webcam is a live, remote feed that operates out of the Discovery Centre in the Newington Armory at Sydney Olympic Park, close to the Parramatta River. EagleCAM was started and funded by a small group of BirdLife Australia volunteers, who continue to develop and operate the technology that brings the sea-eagles to your screen.