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  • Location: Shepherdstown, West Virginia, United States
  • Source: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  • Info: Live bald eagle webcam in Shepherdstown in West Virginia, United States. The bald eagle nest is located at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services' National Conservation Training Center, close to the Potomac River.
    Eggs were laid on Feb 15 and 18, 2024.
    The adult bald eagles generally stay in the area as the Potomac River and region provides a rich cource of food year round.

More info: The NCTC nest is 20 years old and is currently home to Bella and Smitty. Bella first arrived in 2018 and is thought to be 10 years old. Eggs are typically laid in mid February with the hatch occurring 35 to 38 days later.

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