Watch Bald Eagle Chicks Grow in Bartlesville Nest Via Livestream

KTUL - April 8, 2024 6:09 am

Oklahoma Bald Eagle hatch cam(Sutton Center photo)

For the next 11 to 12 weeks, Oklahomans have the chance to get a birds-eye view of one of Oklahoma’s bald eagle nests.

Viewers can watch eaglets grow into fledglings before taking flight.

A livestream camera in a nest in Bartlesville can be viewed online here and is part of the Sutton Center’s education program and outreach efforts to promote wildlife conservation.

The George Miksch Sutton Avian Research Center is an internationally recognized, nonprofit organization that is known for its bald eagle recovery project, which is said to have played a significant role in successfully removing the United States’ national symbol from the Endangered Species List in 2007 by raising and releasing 275 bald eagles in five southern states.

This nest has been monitored since 2020, and last week, three eaglets hatched.

For more information on the Sutton Center’s current conservation projects, visit here.

 

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