View the live stream Eagle Cam located on YouTube. The Trio Bald Eagle Nest that is located in the backwaters of the Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge near Lock and Dam 13, Fulton IL on the Mississippi River. This Trio consists of two males and one female (Valor 1, Valor II and Starr).
History, Frequently Asked Questions and Updated information can be found by visiting https://stewardsumrr.org/webcams/bald-eagle-nest-cam-live-1/ and be sure to follow us on Facebook if you haven’t done so yet.
This project is in partnership with US Corps of Engineers, US Fish and Wildlife Service and JCWifi. However we need your help. If you want to help keep our camera’s rolling please go to our webcam page and click on Donate with Paypal.
Please go to the Stewards Facebook page for photo updates. You need not be a Facebook user to view.
FAQ – What is the bright light at night? This is an infrared camera that allows us to see them. They don’t know its there.
FAQ – Why don’t I see all three adults? At different times of nesting season, there will be limited times that all adults will be at the nest. Be assured that if you don’t see them on the nest they are in the trees near by.
FAQ – Why are they shaking their heads? Generally in May, Gnats are in full “bloom” and we are all shaking our heads.
Door County is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. The United States of America state of Wisconsin.
The county was created in 1851 but the Native Indians had the county organized for 1,000s of years before the “invaders” took over with brute force and superior weaponry. During the 19th century, various groups of Native Americans occupied the area that would become Door County and its islands. Beginning in mid-century, these Indians, mostly Potawatomi, were removed from the peninsula by the federal government under the Indian Removal Act of 1830. Later in the 19th century there was a fairly large-scale immigration of Belgian Walloons, who populated a small region in the county.
Door County is named after the strait between the Door Peninsula and Washington Island. The dangerous passage, which is now scattered with shipwrecks, was known to early French explorers and local Native Americans. Because of the natural hazards of the strait, where the waters of Green Bay meet the open body of Lake Michigan, they gave it the French appellation Porte des Morts, which in English means “Death’s Door.”
The fishing is tremendous with bountiful catches of small mouth bass, yellow perch, walleyes, northerns and muskellunge on the bay side. On the Lake Michigan you can catch salmon, trout and many fishing charters are available in downtown Sturgeon Bay.
We enjoy Door County year-round with family & friends and invite you to do the same. Check out our video with friends Jackie & Todd on the canoe.
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