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WildWatchcams
c/o WDFW
600 N Capitol Way
Olympia, WA 98501-1091

 

Live Eaglecams
Lake Washington
Streaming Video (BROADBAND)
10 Second Image Update (DIAL-UP)
Video
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Lake Washington EagleCam

Lake Washington Eaglecam
Located in a 100 foot tall Douglas fir tree a new day/night camera installed in 2009 is providing streaming video. We extend our appreciation to the landowner’s invitation and cooperation to share the unique views and interactions of a dramatically situated bald eagle nest.

 

 

Update Mid-July 2013
Eaglecam temporarily off-line
Adult eagles have been observed together in and around the nest tree indicating  perhaps we have a non-breeding pair for 2013  The new overhead camera looks directly into the bowl of the nest  

Public contributions help make improvements to the WildWatchcams for public wildlife viewing and scientific observations. Please send out the WildWatchCam link to all of your friends and relatives - http://wdfw.wa.gov/wildwatch/

We appreciate your support expressed by your frequent cam viewing. You may also help by sending a tax-deductible donation to:

WildWatchCam
c/o WDFW
600 N. Capitol Way
Olympia WA 98501-1091



Related Links
American Eagle Foundation
Skagit Bald Eagle Festival
Bald Eagle Information
To explore places to find birds in Washington - Great Washington Birding Trail