Bald Eagles on Santa Cruz Island
By an edhat reader
At Fraser Point on Santa Cruz Island are nesting bald eagles. You can view them through explore.org:
This camera is about 20m from the Fraser Point Bald Eagle nest that was discovered in 2017 after their previous nest fell out of the tree. The female (A-46) hatched at the Pelican Harbor nest on Santa Cruz Island in 2006. She was the first known bald eagle to hatch on the Channel Islands since 1950. The male, A-64, is her brother and hatched at the Pelican Harbor nest in 2008. He was knocked out of the nest by a subadult eagle and had a puncture in his beak.
After being treated at a veterinarians, he was released back on Santa Cruz from a hacking tower. This pair has been breeding since 2012 and successfully raised 3 chicks at this nest in 2017 EXPLORE is the largest live nature cam network on the planet. We bring nature to you, raw, unscripted, and unedited.
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